Let the memory of Philomena be with us forever.
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Philomena Taig . We will remember her forever.
Posted by David Hernandez on March 22, 2019
My memories of Philo go back to our time working together at AOL, Dublin. Philo and I both worked at opposite ends of Floor 9 in the Heuston building. We were both early risers and so would get into the office before 8am most mornings. Often we were the only two people in the office at that time of the day and we would have loud conversations sitting at our desks across the floor with the automatic ceiling lights solely illuminated over our respective desks. I remember it fondly as our nice little shared moment when we felt like slightly naughty school children left alone in the class without a teacher :-) Philo was generous of her time and like many people I often went to her when I needed help with my Mac, hoping to repay her in some way with Jamon Serrano on visits back from Spain. If the most important things we can do as people are positively impact those we leave behind and leave fond memories, then I can say without a doubt that Philo Taig had a truly awesome life.
Posted by Cocean Mihaela on March 12, 2019
Philo was such a nice and warm person, it was a pleasure to work with her. Always eager to help you and very hard working, she was a true fighter! I will miss you, Philo!
Posted by Paula McCann on March 11, 2019
Philo, your smile brightened the place.
Rest well.
Posted by Kelley Keogh on March 11, 2019
Philo, you always had a smile on your face whenever we met and that's the memory of you that I will keep. Always friendly, happy and just a beautiful soul. May you rest in peace xxx
Posted by Fernando Baigorri on March 11, 2019
Your body might have left us already but your beautiful soul and all the great memories will live in our hearts forever. Goodbye my dear friend
Posted by Corina O' Doherty on March 8, 2019
I had the honor of sitting beside Philo in Brunel for a few years and working with her on different projects. She was utterly dedicated to her work and colleagues - selflessly giving her time to help others - always. She was such a genuine person - no falseness and no BS. Philo was also a creative soul. Her chilli beef was out of this world - absolutely melt in your mouth with a nice kick at the end - delicious. She taught me how to make home made Xmas garlands for my desk through the art of paper cutting when I was trying to win the ‘Dec Your Desk’ competition. I don’t have the patience that Philo had and ended up buying cheap tat in the Dealz store instead! In an office environment where a pen and paper are considered retro - Philo’s desk was a rare treat. It had all sorts of quirky little memorabilia and was a stationery treasure chest lol. Fancy paper clips and glittery gold pens galore. I am glad I have these memories of quirky, warm, smart, patient, genuine, kind Philo. I will miss her.
Posted by Morgan Bardon on March 8, 2019
I first met Philo back in the late 1990's when we worked together in Berlitz in Blackrock. She was a joyful can caring person who loved life and loved to laugh. She was such a great friend and even after we left that role we continued to be friends and catch up each year at Christmas when we could. She will be missed. RIP Philo from Morgan, Kim and Andrew.
Posted by Tahir Hussain on March 8, 2019
Philo you was a really such a nice person, college, friend. I had honor to work with you. We will all miss you.
But you left the very important message for everyone, that where we live is not the place for ever. We just need to keep in mind.
Posted by Idan Lupinsky on March 7, 2019
Such a sweet and funny person who was tremendously dedicated to her work and colleagues. Thank you Philo for your kindness, generosity and good nature. You’ve made our team so much better and you will be missed.
Posted by Dumitru-Radu Barbos on March 7, 2019
We spent so many years together on different projects, always so dedicated to her work. She always added few jokes to the scrum meetings every now and then which we found great. We'll miss you a lot.
Posted by Gabriel Toma-Tumbar on March 7, 2019
Philo ... I'll always remember you, always smiling, always joking. Dublin was always sunny when you were there. I'm going to miss you, my friend.
Posted by Chris Donaghey on March 7, 2019
I will remember Philo as someone with great warmth and kindness who always offered help and advice without hesitation or request. She will be fondly remembered and, at the same time, greatly missed.
Posted by Arkaitz Jimenez on March 7, 2019
I don't think I have a memory of Philo where she was not smiling. She was truthfully one of those people that always lightened the days of those she would cross paths with.
She will be missed.
Posted by Lorna Sherry on March 7, 2019
Philo was a lovely person who always had a smile to share whenever I would meet her in work. She is a great loss to us all. RIP Philo xx

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