Jack (John) Cosgrove,
Cornamona, Co Galway and Castletown, Cross, Co. Mayo.
Died on January 3rd, 2024.
Jack’s Month’s Mind Mass will be celebrated on Sunday February 4th 2024 at 10.00 am in the Church of the Sacred Heart, Cornamona, Co Galway.
Jack’s son Sean and daughter Mary T, along with our spouses and families wish to sincerely thank all who supported and sympathised with us and the extended Cosgrove family, especially his five living siblings, in our recent loss. We will always be grateful for your kind messages of support through the RIP.IE, Mid-west Radio, in mass cards, by phone and in person.
Our thanks to all of you who called to the house, attended Jack’s removal in Burkes Funeral Home, Clonbur, the funeral mass in Cornamona, and the cemetery in Cross, Co. Mayo.
A special thanks to Fr Gerry Burns who celebrated mass, as well as Fr Padraig Kelly who assisted. Thank you to Martin and Kelly for the wonderful music and song, and to all family members and friends who contributed in making the mass a very special celebration of Jack’s long and active life. Thank you to Fr Declan who presided over and said the prayers at Jack’s burial in Cross East Cemetery.
Thank you to the Grave Diggers who prepared the grave with such care and attention.
Thanks to Funeral Director Tomás Burke for his kindness, professionalism, guidance, sensitivity, care and time spent with us in preparation for Jack’s funeral.
Our gratitude also to members of Clonbur C.L.G. for a guard of honour after the funeral removal from the Funeral Home.
To each and every person who supported and visited Jack particularly in his later years we are eternally grateful.
Thank you to Dr Michael Regan and Team who provided care to him over many years, and every health professional who attended to Jack’s needs in University Hospital Galway and Mayo University Hospital. We are also grateful to the care staff who cared for and befriended Jack while he was cared for at home.
We wish to express our sincere gratitude to the staff and community in Friars Lodge Nursing Home, Ballinrobe, for the excellent care and attention to Jack, and particularly his friends in the Home whom we know miss him too.
We will never be able to fully express our thanks to our neighbours and friends in Cornamona for all the help and support since Jack passed away, and over recent years.
Please accept this acknowledgement as a gesture of our sincere appreciation and gratitude.
The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass will be offered as a token of our appreciation.