ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Maureen McInerney, 84 years old, born on September 5, 1931, and passed away on July 2, 2016. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Noirin O'Connor on September 8, 2021
Dearest Maureen, I cannot believe that 5 years have passed since we had a little yarn! I still think of you on so many occasions and more especlialy when I make our Irish bread or your cheesecake recipe. Those days in your kitchen were amazing and it was like we were never apart. Now I think of you so often and speak in our old gaelic way. God Bless Stephen who was so tragically taken but I am hoping he is there by your side. The years are creeping up on David and I and Thank God we are still reasonably healthy and agile.
Like your sons, we also pull out our phots and reminiss about the good times.

Love you Maureen. The O Connors xxxx.
Posted by Brian McInerney on September 5, 2021
Hi Mom. Difficult couple of years we have experienced here and though we feel great comfort knowing you are looking over us each day - we are are even more grateful you were there last July to catch Stephen when he was called away. Said a prayer for you both today. We miss you more than ever on your special day - and are enjoying the wonderful memories as we look through the many happy photos here. 

Love always, Brian and Bobby
Posted by David McInerney on September 5, 2019
Hi Mom, we're thinking of you today and wishing you a very happy 88th birthday.  Fiona and I made some of your famous Irish bread following your loving recipe so another generation can enjoy and cherish your memory.
We had a nice toast with a fresh cup of tea in your honor and Fiona said she can't wait to see the first star out tonight as she's knows it will be you. We're missing you so much and hope you're having a care free and lovely time in heaven.  Happy Birthday Mom!
Love, David Barbara Declan and Fiona
Posted by Noirin O'Connor on August 14, 2016
Maureen you may have lived far away from us but that did not diminish the thoughts and feelings we shared for you and your great family. We cherish the time spent in your home, sharing stories with your boys. The fun in your kitchen when you baked us nice homemade bread, pizza and delicious cheesecake.

We prayed at St Cecelia's Church and will be there with you, in spirit, on Saturday 30th. and at the "Wake" too. May God keep you in the palm of his hand.

Your ever loving sister Noirin, husband David, sons Michael and David Dermott. Daughter-in-law Colleen and grandchildren Christopher and Sarah.

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Posted by Noirin O'Connor on September 8, 2021
Dearest Maureen, I cannot believe that 5 years have passed since we had a little yarn! I still think of you on so many occasions and more especlialy when I make our Irish bread or your cheesecake recipe. Those days in your kitchen were amazing and it was like we were never apart. Now I think of you so often and speak in our old gaelic way. God Bless Stephen who was so tragically taken but I am hoping he is there by your side. The years are creeping up on David and I and Thank God we are still reasonably healthy and agile.
Like your sons, we also pull out our phots and reminiss about the good times.

Love you Maureen. The O Connors xxxx.
Posted by Brian McInerney on September 5, 2021
Hi Mom. Difficult couple of years we have experienced here and though we feel great comfort knowing you are looking over us each day - we are are even more grateful you were there last July to catch Stephen when he was called away. Said a prayer for you both today. We miss you more than ever on your special day - and are enjoying the wonderful memories as we look through the many happy photos here. 

Love always, Brian and Bobby
Posted by David McInerney on September 5, 2019
Hi Mom, we're thinking of you today and wishing you a very happy 88th birthday.  Fiona and I made some of your famous Irish bread following your loving recipe so another generation can enjoy and cherish your memory.
We had a nice toast with a fresh cup of tea in your honor and Fiona said she can't wait to see the first star out tonight as she's knows it will be you. We're missing you so much and hope you're having a care free and lovely time in heaven.  Happy Birthday Mom!
Love, David Barbara Declan and Fiona
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