The death has occurred of Peter Flannery, Grove House, Bellspark, Boyle, Co. Roscommon.
Peacefully, at Sligo University Hospital on the 10th January 2022. Pre-deceased by his parents Bernard and Margaret Flannery. Sadly missed by his brothers, sister in law, nephews, nieces, cousins, neighbours and friends.
May He Rest In Eternal Peace
Peters Funeral cortège will leave the family home on the 11th January to arrive at Saint Joseph’s Parish Church, Boyle, at 7:00pm. Mass of the Resurrection will be celebrated on Wednesday, 12th January, at 11.00 am. Interment afterwards in Assylinn Cemetery.
House private at all times, please.
In keeping with the current restrictions and guidelines, mask wearing and social distancing to be observed at all times please.
Those who wish to express their condolences, may do so via the condolence link below. Mass cards or condolence by traditional manner can be forwarded to Sweeney Funeral Directors, Boyle. Private messages of condolence & shared memories can be forwarded to [email protected]
Peter’s family wish to thank you for your understanding at this very difficult time.
The Funeral Mass will be available to view on the parish web cam at www.boyleparish.ie
Meanwhile, Boyle native, local TD and Minister of State, Frank Feighan has paid a personal tribute to the former
Boyle Town Councillor and commissioner, Peter Flannery.
“Peter served with distinction the people of Boyle for 10 years up and until the abolition of the
Commissioners in 2014.
“Although we represented different parties, we had strong friendship and sought to bring as much
funding and infrastructure to the town of Boyle as we could.
“Peter worked in his community through the GAA Club and other important voluntary committees
across the town that served the needs of the local people.
“I would like to extend my sincere sympathies to his family firstly but also to his wide circle of friends
and neighbours who will miss him dearly” concluded Minister Feighan.