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Jennings Funeral Directors | Serving the people of Dublin for over 70 years

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Professional Services with Personal Care

Jennings Funeral Directors has been helping families and friends honor their loved ones with integrity for over 70 years. There is a strong enduring tradition of trust built up between Jennings and local communities in Dublin city. With a long history as Funeral Directors – Jennings are dedicated to help the bereaved relatives in Dublin City – and the friends of the deceased – marking the passing of a life in as beautiful a way as possible as well as honouring the person who has passed on.

Professional Services with Personal Care

Jennings Funeral Directors has been helping families and friends honor their loved ones with integrity for over 70 years. There is a strong enduring tradition of trust built up between Jennings and local communities in Dublin city. With a long history as Funeral Directors – Jennings are dedicated to help the bereaved relatives in Dublin City – and the friends of the deceased – marking the passing of a life in as beautiful a way as possible as well as honouring the person who has passed on.

Jennings Undertakers, Head Office

81 Amiens St., Dublin 1
(01) 855 5511

Jennings Funeral Directors

Oscar Traynor Road, Coolock.
(01) 848 6547

Jennings of Raheny

Springdale Road, Raheny, Dublin 5,
(01) 848 4933

We’re here to help.

Whether the death of a loved one was expected or sudden, the passing of a life is always more of a shock than people realise until it happens. There are so many elements to organise for any type of funeral that people often tell us they feel quite overwhelmed.

Please feel free to call us with your questions at any hour of the day or night. We have experts on call at all times to provide answers for you. We can answer all of your questions, help you with every aspect of a funeral, and be a professional support for you when you need us most.

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The Original Jennings, still at the Five Lamps

The Original Jennings, still at the Five Lamps

Dublin Funerals:  The places we live. The locations we die. The people we honour. The Original Jennings, still at the Five Lamps - casting light in times of loss.   The original Jennings Funeral Directors at Dublin’s historical Five Lamps was large enough in...

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Glasnevin Cemetery. 1916 Wall defaced in act of vandalism.

Glasnevin Cemetery. 1916 Wall defaced in act of vandalism.

Paint thrown at the new Necrology Wall at Glasnevin Cemetery commemorating all who died in 1916. Here at Jennings Funeral Directors, we work in deep sensitivity around the wishes of the bereaved family in how their relative’s actual names are commemorated, and so this...

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Death Notices

Kathleen Mc Donnell, Artane, Dublin 5

McDonnell, (née Lee) Kathleen, Artane, Dublin passed away 17th October 2021 (peacefully) at St. Francis Hospice, Raheny with her son and friends by her side. Devoted wife of the late John, beloved mother of the late Jenny and cherished mother to Raymond; very sadly missed by her loving family nieces, nephews, relatives and friends.

“May She Rest In peace”

Reposing in Jennings Funeral Home, Oscar Traynor Road, Coolock, Wednesday 20th October 2021 for family and close friends only. Removal Thursday 21st October 2021 to Glasnevin Crematorium for a service at 1pm. Those who would have liked to attend but cannot due to current restrictions, please feel free to leave a message in the Condolence Book at the bottom of the page or send in condolences in the traditional manner.

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Patrick Soden, Beaumont, County Dublin

Soden, Patrick (Pat) (Beaumont, Dublin and formerly of Chicago, USA and Lavey, Cavan), (peacefully) in the tender care of the staff in Swords Nursing Home, beloved husband of the late Marion, deeply regretted by his sisters-in-law Mary and Ann, nieces, nephews, extended family, good friends and neighbours.

Reposing at Jennings Funeral Home, Oscar Traynor Road, Coolock, on Thursday October 21st 2021, between 3pm and 4pm for close friends and family.

Removal to the Church of The Holy Child Whitehall, on Friday October 22nd, for Funeral Mass at 12noon, followed by a burial afterwards at Dardistown Cemetery.

The capacity of the church is limited to 50%. Those who would like to view the service online can do so at via the following weblink:

http://www.whitehall.dublindiocese.ie/live-services/

Family Flowers Only, please.

Donations, if desired, can be made to the Capuchin Day Centre, Dublin 7.

Capuchin Day Centre

Those who would have liked to attend but cannot due to current restrictions, please feel free to leave a message in the Condolence Book at the bottom of the page or send in condolences in the traditional manner.

The above links are provided and managed by an independent streaming company. The Funeral Home accepts no responsibility for its functionality or any interruption to a live transmission.

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Marie McVeigh, Glasnevin, Dublin 11

McVeigh, (née Carruthers) Mary Teresa (Marie), Glasnevin, Dublin passed away 18th October 2021 (peacefully) at the Mater Hospital surrounded by her loving family. Beloved wife of 60 years to Larry and cherished Mam to Treasa, Paula, Sheila, Brian, Laura and Fiona; very sadly missed by her loving family, Brian’s partner Paula, sons-in-law Gianni and Kevin, adored grandchildren Kirsty, Hazel, Rachel, Rían and Sibéal, nieces, nephews, relatives and friends.

The family would like thank all the health and social care professionals who cared for Marie, including but not limited to the Staff at Clontarf Orthopaedic Hospital, Kincora Ward; the Staff of St. Raphael’s Ward in the Mater Hospital, with a special mention for Nurse Rebecca Moran aka Miss Merryweather; all the Respiratory Team at the Mater Hospital and her carer at home Nikita Kelly, all of whom looked after her with dignity and kindness.

“May She Rest In Peace”

Removal to the Church of Our Lady of Victories, Ballymun Road, Glasnevin, Thursday 21st October 2021 for 10am Funeral Mass followed by Cremation in Glasnevin Crematorium. Family flowers only. Donations, if so desired, to The Mater Foundation to fundraise for the “end of life care and family room refurbishment fund”. The capacity of the Church is limited to maximum 900 and the mass may be viewed via the following link: https://olv.ie/webcam/

The Cremation Service may also be viewed Thursday 21st October at approx. 11.40 am via the following link: https://www.dctrust.ie/location/glasnevin/chapel-webstream.html

Please Note: The above links are provided and managed by independent streaming companies. The Funeral Home accepts no responsibility for its functionality or any interruption to a live transmission.

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Sr. Brendan Thornberry, Malahide Road, County Dublin

THORNBERRY, Sr. Brendan – October 17th 2021 (peacefully) in Nazareth House, Dublin. She will be sadly missed by her nieces, nephews, sisters of Saint Joseph of Lyon, relatives, neighbours and friends.
“May she Rest in Peace”
Reposing in Nazareth House, Malahide Road on Tuesday 19th October from 5pm onwards. Removal on Wednesday morning 20th October to the Church of the Resurrection, Bayside arriving for 10am Funeral Mass with a maximum capacity of 50% in attendance. Burial afterwards in Dardistown Cemetery.

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Thomas (Tommy) Cummins, Ayrfield, Dublin 13

Cummins, Imelda (Nee Power) and Tommy (Thomas) (Ayrfield and formerly of East Wall and Store Street, Dublin)

The deaths have occurred of Imelda and Tommy on October 15th and 16th October 2021, respectively. In their 51st year of marriage, both passed away peacefully, in Beaumont Hospital, surrounded by their loving family.

Tommy and Imelda are loved and missed by their children John, Amanda and Kate, sons-in-law Colm and Dean, daughter-in-law Tracy, their beloved grandchildren Charlie, Luke, Jack, Chloe, Erin, Ollie and Bowie. Deeply regretted by their sisters and brothers, sisters-in-law and brothers-in-law, nieces, nephews, relatives, friends and neighbours.

May they Rest in Peace, together as always.

Reposing at their residence on Tuesday October 19th 2021, between 5.30pm and 7.30pm for close friends and family.

Removal to St Brendan’s Parish Church, Coolock on Wednesday morning, October 20th, for Funeral Mass at 11am.

The capacity of the church is limited to 50%. Those who would like to view the service online can do so at 11am on Wednesday October 20th via the following weblink:

https://www.churchservices.tv/coolock

Following the funeral mass, the cortege will proceed to Dardistown Crematorium Chapel for a service at approximately 1pm, the capacity of the crematorium chapel is limited to 60 people, the service may be viewed by following this link:

https://www.dctrust.ie/location/dardistown/dardistown-chapel-webstreaming.html

Those who would have liked to attend but cannot due to current restrictions, please feel free to leave a message in the Condolence Book at the bottom of the page or send in condolences in the traditional manner.

The above links are provided and managed by an independent streaming company. The Funeral Home accepts no responsibility for its functionality or any interruption to a live transmission.

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Imelda Cummins, Ayrfield, Dublin 13

Cummins, Imelda (Nee Power) and Tommy (Thomas) (Ayrfield and formerly of East Wall and Store Street, Dublin)

The deaths have occurred of Imelda and Tommy on October 15th and 16th October 2021, respectively. In their 51st year of marriage, both passed away peacefully, in Beaumont Hospital, surrounded by their loving family.

Tommy and Imelda are loved and missed by their children John, Amanda and Kate, sons-in-law Colm and Dean, daughter-in-law Tracy, their beloved grandchildren Charlie, Luke, Jack, Chloe, Erin, Ollie and Bowie. Deeply regretted by their sisters and brothers, sisters-in-law and brothers-in-law, nieces, nephews, relatives, friends and neighbours.

May they Rest in Peace, together as always.

Reposing at their residence on Tuesday October 19th 2021, between 5.30pm and 7.30pm for close friends and family.

Removal to St Brendan’s Parish Church, Coolock on Wednesday morning, October 20th, for Funeral Mass at 11am.

The capacity of the church is limited to 50%. Those who would like to view the service online can do so at 11am on Wednesday October 20th via the following weblink:

https://www.churchservices.tv/coolock

Following the funeral mass, the cortege will proceed to Dardistown Crematorium Chapel for a service at approximately 1pm, the capacity of the crematorium chapel is limited to 60 people, the service may be viewed by following this link:

https://www.dctrust.ie/location/dardistown/dardistown-chapel-webstreaming.html

Those who would have liked to attend but cannot due to current restrictions, please feel free to leave a message in the Condolence Book at the bottom of the page or send in condolences in the traditional manner.

The above links are provided and managed by an independent streaming company. The Funeral Home accepts no responsibility for its functionality or any interruption to a live transmission.

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