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Death Of Joe O’Regan, Thurles, Co. Tipperary

It is with the greatest personal sadness and deepest regret, that I learned of the death today, Wednesday 3rd February 2021, of Mr Joe O’Regan, Monakeeba and formerly Bohernanave, Thurles, Co. Tipperary.

A man of the highest integrity and envied organisational ability with regard to his work within the Thurles community; Mr O’Regan sadly passed away, following a long term illness, most bravely borne.

Predeceased by his parents Paddy and Nancy, brother Tim, sister Mary and grand-daughter Amy; Mr O’Regan passed away peacefully, while under the care of staff of the Renal and Cardiac Units in University Hospital Waterford, University Hospital Limerick and the Dialysis Unit Kilkenny.

His passing is most deeply regretted by his totally devoted wife Julie, loving sons Jim, Joe and Paul, loving daughters Angela, Anne-Marie and Catherine, grandchildren Mark, Alexa, Jaidon, Jamie, Emily, Ava, Clara, Katie and Sophie, daughters in law Stephanie, sons in law Pakie and Declan, brothers Paddy, Paul, Gerard and John, sister Catherine, mother-in-law Winnie, nephews, nieces, sisters-in-law, brothers-in-law, cousins, extended relatives, neighbours, the entire Thurles town community and his many close friends.

Requiescat in Pace.

Funeral Arrangements.

The funeral cortège bearing the earthly remains of Mr O’Regan will leave his place of residence on Saturday morning next, February 6th, at 10.15am, to be received into the Cathedral of the Assumption, Cathedral Street, Thurles, at 10:30am, to repose for Requiem Mass at 11:00am.
Interment will take place immediately afterwards in St. Patrick’s Cemetery, Moyne Road, Thurles, Co. Tipperary.

For the many persons who would have liked to have attended Requiem Mass for Mr O’Regan, but are unable to do so, due to the current coronavirus pandemic, same funeral service can be viewed online HERE.

Suaimhneas síoraí dá anam dílis.

[NB: Due to National Public Health Guidelines, regarding Covid-19 virus restrictions; those attending (limited to 10 family members), will continue to observe strict adherence to social distancing and face covering.]

The extended O’Regan family wish to express their appreciation for your understanding at this difficult time and have made arrangements for those wishing to send messages of condolence, to use the link shown HERE.

Note Please: Family flowers only. Donations in lieu, if desired, to the Irish Kidney Association.

Farewell old friend.


House Strictly Private.

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4 comments to Death Of Joe O’Regan, Thurles, Co. Tipperary

  • K. Spain and family.

    Our thoughts and prayers are with the O’Regan family at this sad time.

  • John Ryan Hackney Littleton

    Condolences to Julie and THE OREGANO family on the death of Joe.
    R.I.P JOE.
    JOHN & JOAN RYAN LITTLETON.

  • PJ Gleeson and Family

    If you are real lucky, you will meet one, maybe two people in your lifetime you consider a true friend. I’m not talking about people you knew from school or work or neighborhood. I’m talking about that one person in your life who knows all your faults and still has your back. That one person no matter how many miles and years separate you in adulthood still remains dear and near to your heart. I was blessed to have Joe as my great friend and I’v treasured that friendship for nearly 60 years. Funny, when I think back on our friendship I can’t pinpoint exactly what brought us together. On the surface we were very different. I was rough around the edges while Joe I considered more balanced. More rounded. To me, Joe was a genius who could do anything he set his mind to. We sat together in school for several years and then lived together in a flat in Dublin for more. We had our tiffs, as most friends do, but they never touched our friendship. We both had a deep love for Simon & Garfunkel as well as Leonard Cohen and listened to them incessantly in our Rathmines flat. Joe eventually moved back to Thurles and I met Marguerite and moved to the US. The excitement in Joe’s tone when he first told me about Julie let me know that he had found his life partner. I say this to anyone who will listen….how lucky and blessed was Joe to have had Julie in his life… . As is often the case, with the miles and growing families we did not communicate as much as we should over the years, but when we did, it was like we never missed a beat. Thank God for Facebook and Messenger….it kept me abreast of Joe’s love of conspiracy theories, but most important it showed the deep love Joe had for his family. I know them, though him. Friends like Joe come along once in a lifetime if you are lucky….how lucky am I to have had Joseph O’Regan as a friend of mine. My deepest condolences to Julie and her beautiful family.

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