The death has occurred of Nan Mullan, Tattyreagh, Omagh

Mullan Nan, (Tattyreagh, Omagh) nee Starrs died peacefully in the South West Acute Hospital on Saturday 12th December 2020. Beloved wife of the late Charlie. Cherished mother to Martin (Sheila), Kieran (Ita), Paddy, Paulette Kilkenny (Kevin), Sinead (Peter White), Malachy (Anne) and the late baby Cathal. Loving sister to Bridie Mc Laughlin, Jean Mc Guigan, Brian and the late Eamon, Rosaleen Mc Canny, Pat and Seamus. Loving grandmother to her 16 grandchildren and 5 Great grandchildren. The funeral cortege will leave from outside her late residence 19 Letfern Road, Tattyreagh, Omagh at 11am on Monday 14th December for 12midday requiem mass in Sacred Heart Church Omagh followed by burial in Drumragh Cemetery. In light of the Coronavirus disease and in the interests of health and safety within the community, the wake will be strictly private. For those who wish to show a presence along the funeral route, Nan will travel along the Letfern road, Tattyreagh Road, Kelvin Road, James Street to arrive at the Sacred Heart Church for 11.50am. Alternatively, the funeral mass can be viewed on the Drumragh Parish webcam. Deeply regretted by her loving sons, daughters, sons in-law, daughters in-law, grandchildren, great grandchildren, sisters, brother, in-laws, nephews and nieces. St Padre Pio pray for her.

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  1. Our deepest condolences to Kieran, Ita and all the Mullan’s on the passing of Nan. Thinking of you all in this difficult time-

  2. Kieran Ita and All the Mullan family. We are so sorry to hear of Nans passing . A lovely lady

  3. Sincere condolences to Kieran, Ita and the Mullan family on the sad passing of Nan. May she rest in peace.
    Martin, Noreen and the Burke family, Killea.

  4. To Kieran, Ita and the Mullan family, sorry to hear of your sudden loss. Deepest condolences from all the O’Regan family.

  5. So sad to hear of Nan’s passing. She was a great lady, always the life & soul of any gathering.She was warm and loving and will always hold a special place in our hearts.
    All our sympathy from Gina, Paul, Caolán, Eunan, Aideen & Ronan Quinn.

    1. To Kieran and all the Mullans so sorry for the loss of Nan. May she rest in peace.
      Peter and Liz Burke, Killawardy Killea Templemore Tipperary

  6. We are so sorry to hear of Nan’s passing. Although we only met her once, she made an everlasting impression on us and we loved her right away. She was kind enough to welcome us into her home, the ever famous “homestead” that was once home to my kids’ Irish ancestor, Bill Mullin. We will cherish the few memories we have of this grand lady, and the image of her nursing a newborn lamb next to the stove will stay in our hearts forever! Catherine, Martin, Sheila, Sinead and Peter, please extend our deepest sympathies to the rest of the Mullin family on our behalf. Daniel, Vivianne, Marius, Quentin and Rose-Ange, from Canada

  7. So sad to hear of Nan’s passing. She was a lovely person and a joy to be around. It was one of the constants of coming home that we would take the kids up to see her. I am happy my children got to know Nan and she will be remembered in their lives.
    Deepest sympathies, Brian, Dunja, Connell, Killian and Ronan – Canada

  8. Who wouldn’t be broken hearted to hear that Nan has left us? Miss you so very much , star in name and nature. Bye dear Nan , rest in peace . Nuala and family , London

  9. I was sad to hear that Nan had passed away, she will be greatly missed. Thinking of you all.

  10. We were so sad to learn that one great lady has left us. When we visited Ireland she welcomed us with open arms. Nan and Uncle Charlie made us feel at home immediately. It was so lovely to be able to stay in the home that my mother,Josephine grew up in. In recent years it was so nice to talk with her on the telephone. She always had an infectious laugh. We were so happy that she celebrated her 90th birthday on July 1st, Canada’s national holiday.
    Our prayers and sincere condolences to all the family.
    Norman and Patricia Hannan

  11. Nan was such a beautiful being of light. She certainly left her mark of love on so many of our hearts, far and wide. May she rest in peace. Our deepest sympathies. Love from Teresa, Leo , Naomi and Jake, in New Zealand

  12. We were so sorry to hear of Nan’s passing. She was a wonderful person, so warm, kind and she always made you feel welcome. Brian and I were just saying last week that she was doing great. Even though we are an ocean apart, it was always a good feeling to know that she was still active and enjoying life.. We will all miss her. Our deepest condolences to the Muillan family and all who loved her.
    Sheila Mullin, Montreal- Bill Mullin (Charlie’s brother)‘s daughter and family

  13. Very sorry to hear of Nan’s passing. A wonderful lady who will be sadly missed. Deepest sympathy to all the Mullin family at this sad time. May God rest her gentle soul

  14. Very sorry to hear about Nan, may she RIP. Nan was lovely person and full of joy and laughter, she ‘ll be greatly missed in Tattyreagh. Sympathy to all the Mullan family at this sad time from Paddy and Patricia Gallagher and family.

  15. Deepest sympathies to Paulette, Kevin and the Mullan family on the passing of your mother Nan. Will miss the laughs and the lunches when she came to Dublin. Thinking of you all at this sad time. Love from Pat & Debbi O’Connell, Knocklyon, Dublin.

  16. I am so very sorry to hear of Nans passing. We had great laughs and craic when Nan use to come into Dunnes. May her gentle soul rest in peace. Condolences to Catherine ,Julie their mum and dad and all the family. Circle. God night Nan RIP.

  17. Sincerest sympathy to the Starrs and Mullan families on the death of Nan. From Pat McLaughlin and family, Edergole Road.

  18. Sincere condolences from the Broderick family, Mulmona Road. Very sad news. RIP Nan.

  19. Deepest sympathies to all of Nan’s family and friends. Nan always had a very warm welcome for us on our visits to Tattyreagh as children. We will miss her fun and laughter. God bless. Cathal, Lucia, Diarmuid and Lorcan. (McGuigan).

  20. It is with deep saddnes we hear of Nan Mullan’s death our prayers and thoughts are with you all her family circle at this sad time. Reat in Peace dear Nan may God keep you and you her family in his loving care. Sorry we cannot be with you at this time

  21. Soo sorry for your loss, she was such a great woman. So sad. All our love from Sheffield. Conor, Amanda, Joel & Caitlin. Xxx

  22. With sincere sympathy to Martin Sheila and all the Mullin family on the passing of Nan. RIP

    1. So sad to hear of Nan’s passing. She was a great lady, always the life & soul of any gathering.She was warm and loving and will always hold a special place in our hearts.
      All our sympathy from Gina, Paul, Caolán, Eunan, Aideen & Ronan Quinn.