We Will Remember Them

The late Tommy Meehan

With regret, we wish to inform our members and friends of the passing of Thomas (Tommy) Meehan on Monday 16th November RIP. Tommy was a veteran of WW2 serving with the Royal Ulster Rifles (Glider- Airborne)
Tommy passed away peacefully in the loving care of his family in St. Josephs Nursing Home, Raheny.

                               
To his family we extend our sincere condolence. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all

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ron flynn | Reply 26.04.2016 21.23

RIP

Sean | Reply 24.11.2015 12.06

Rest in peace Tommy.

Tony Martin | Reply 20.11.2015 11.22

Very fond memories of Tommy on D Day commemorative visit to Normandy in
2004. He frightened us one day when he went missing, that's a story for another day RIP

Bobby Byrne | Reply 18.11.2015 00.28

R.I.P Tommy your watch is over. Sleep in peace in Gods loving arms

John Verlin | Reply 17.11.2015 19.05

R.I.P.

Peter Carey | Reply 17.11.2015 16.47

Like the lane great spike milligan who wrote s book titled. My part in Hitler down fall. So to did Tommy directly or indirectly. Lord have mercy on him

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