This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Olivia O'Kane 67 years old , born on October 28, 1948 and passed away on March 19, 2016. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Donna Sherrard on July 8, 2016
Mum, I am lying here trying to get my head around the fact that I am writing on your memorial page. Times like this I realise that it hasn't truly sunk in. I miss you beyond words and the pain is like nothing I have felt before. You really were the strongest, funniest most giving and beautiful woman I know and would be happy to be a fraction of the person you were. The most important thing is when people think of Olive, they smile, and through the tears I do too. Love you mum. Keep sending those little signs
Posted by Corrina McAteer on July 7, 2016
Love and miss you more every day, the emptiness will never be filled, you could never be replaced xxxx
Posted by Charlene Keenan on July 7, 2016
olivia was such a beautiful lady wuldnt have passed ya in alliance def a character that lived for her children n grandchildren r.i.p olivia and look over ut babies n give them the strenght to carry on there a credit till ya xx

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Posted by Donna Sherrard on July 8, 2016
Mum, I am lying here trying to get my head around the fact that I am writing on your memorial page. Times like this I realise that it hasn't truly sunk in. I miss you beyond words and the pain is like nothing I have felt before. You really were the strongest, funniest most giving and beautiful woman I know and would be happy to be a fraction of the person you were. The most important thing is when people think of Olive, they smile, and through the tears I do too. Love you mum. Keep sending those little signs
Posted by Corrina McAteer on July 7, 2016
Love and miss you more every day, the emptiness will never be filled, you could never be replaced xxxx
Posted by Charlene Keenan on July 7, 2016
olivia was such a beautiful lady wuldnt have passed ya in alliance def a character that lived for her children n grandchildren r.i.p olivia and look over ut babies n give them the strenght to carry on there a credit till ya xx
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Shared by Corrina McAteer on July 7, 2016

My best friend and right arm, I don't know how I am getting thru the rest of my life without you, horrendously took from us far too soon and so unexpectedly, you have defo took a large piece of me with you, miss being able to turn to you for absolutely everything, didn't realise just how much I confided in you until I wasn't able to do it, so many happy memory's xxxxx