Bridget Moore Obituary, Bridget Moore Has Died

Bridget Moore Obituary, Death – Since Jimmy and Biddy Byrne, who were supposed to be her parents but had already passed away by the time she was conceived, she was going to be raised by her grandparents instead of her biological parents. It was decided that Jimmy and Biddy Byrne would raise her as their own child. Her husband Willie, their children Keith, Sandra, and Sinead, their grandchildren Shannon, Abbie.

Hollie, Ellie, and Grace, her brother Johnny, Shamie, Noelie, Jackie, and Ludy, her sister Ann and Susan, her daughter-in-law Fiona, her sons-in-law David and Stephen, her brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law, nieces, nephews, extended family members, relatives, and friends will all miss Biddy forever. There is a chance that the kind and loving spirit that she left behind would, at some point in the far future, arrive at a place of contentment. Prayers for the vigil and the recital of the rosary will begin at the Thompsons Funeral Home in Waterford, which is located on Barrack Street, at eight o’clock in the evening on Tuesday (the 25th of April).

The deceased individual’s body will be available for sight by the general public beginning at seven o’clock in the evening and continuing until eight-thirty in the evening, after which it will be shown in a public place as a matter of state. Guests won’t have any issues viewing it during that window of time, so don’t worry about missing out. A funeral liturgy will be held in honor of the deceased individual at St. Paul’s Church in Lisduggan on Wednesday morning at ten o’clock in the morning. The service will be held in memory of the deceased person. The funeral service will eventually come to an end, and shortly after that, the deceased person will be laid to rest in the Kilbarry Cemetery.