The death has occurred of John Monaghan Fintona

Monaghan John, Fintona, died peacefully in Our Mother of Mercy Care Home Newry, formerly of Duncan Park Fintona on Tuesday 5th May 2020. Beloved brother of Bronagh Grogan and Fran. Devoted uncle of Niall, Anne, John, Sharon, Frances, Marian, Una, Bronagh, Susan and Joseph. John’s interment will take place in St Lawrence’s Cemetery Fintona on Thursday 7th May at 2pm. For those who wish to show a presence along the funeral route, John will leave Duncan park at 1.45pm and travel along the Dromore Road, Tattymoyle road and then the Lisdergan road for interment in St Lawrence’s Cemetery Fintona. In light of the Coronavirus virus and in the interests of health and safety within the community, the burial will be strictly private. A memorial mass to celebrate John’s life will be celebrated at a later date. Deeply regretted by his loving sister, brother, nephews, nieces and entire family circle. Our Lady of Knock pray for him.

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  1. Very sad to hear of John’s passing. Wonderful childhood memories of visiting John in Fintona with his parents. A wonderful cousin to my dad Liam and a true gentle man. Our thoughts are with Fran and Bronagh and John’s extended family. We are so sorry not to be with you at this sad time but look forward to meeting up to reminisce and talk about old times.

  2. Bronagh Hannah Fran and all extended Grugan and Monaghan families,
    Sorry to hear about about the passing of your big brother and uncle John Monaghan may he rest in Peace.
    Thinking of you,
    Gerald and family.

  3. We have wonderful memories of John in Fintona in the old days.
    He always had great stories to tell.
    He was a great friend to my father Liam, my mother Ann and also to Pam.
    Our thoughts are with Fran, Bronagh and the rest of the family at this difficult time.
    We look forward to getting together at a later point.

  4. John was a very special and munched loved part of our family. A dear cousin to my dad Liam. We all thought the world of him and we are so sorry that we can’t be with you all at this time, but we look forward to being together to celebrate John’s life when restrictions are lifted, and we will share many many stories of very happy times spent with John. He was a true gentleman, and we have great memories shared with him. Thinking of Bronagh, Fran and extended family and friends and looking forward to getting together very soon. Rest in peace John. Celine and family x

  5. Farewell to my dear Brother John,you are at you are now at Peace and rest with the Angels who will look after you.l will miss you always.We will be watching today from afar as you go on your next journey. R.I.P.Love from Fran, Sister-in-Law Hannah ,nieces Bronagh -Susan-Nephew Joseph-Daughter-Law Caroline-Grandaughters Paige -Ella -Marley.Deepest Sympathies also to Sister Bronagh and her Family xxxxxxx

  6. sad to here of johns passing one great man may he rest in peace

  7. So sorry to hear about John a great friend and a true gentleman sadly missed Kevin

  8. Johnny used to lift us in the Enterprise Ulster van every morning in the car park. Lovely man and loved the chat about the football. RIP John.

  9. Johnny was a great friend of Dermot, Kieran and Brendan Colgan. He was a lovely man . May he rest in peace.