Rose Cushnan Obituary, Death – Rose Cushnan is a native of County Antrim, having grown up in Carfin, Motherwell, and Toome. She currently divides her time between Ballina, Tamney, and Fanad. Whyte was the original name of Cushnan. She passed away without any discomfort or suffering in the familiar surroundings of her own house, surrounded by the devoted members of her family. Her husband Frankie, along with her brothers Pat and John, had all passed away prior to her passing away. Her departure came as no surprise.
Her sons James and John, daughters Margaret Rose Mc Gonigle, Eleanor Giles, and Mary B Mullen, as well as her 13 grandchildren, 3 great-grandchildren, and 3 great-great-grandchildren, would miss her very much once she has passed away. Her immediate family, which consists of her brother Jimmy and her sisters Margaret, Moira, and Anne (all of whom are from Motherwell), as well as her daughters-in-law Donna and Sheila and her sons-in-law Colm, Anthony, and Brian, as well as her extended family, neighbors, and a large number of friends, will suffer a great deal from her passing. Her extended family is also from Motherwell.
The urn that holds Rose’s cremated ashes will be laid in repose in the house where she formerly resided beginning at noon on Friday, December 16th. You are welcome to pay your respects there. The funeral procession will leave that location at 11.30 am on Sunday, the 18th, and arrive at St. Columba’s Church in Massmount at 12 noon for a Requiem Mass. After the Mass, the body of the deceased will be interred at the cemetery that is located near to the church. The funeral is scheduled to take place on Sunday. The recitation of the Rosary will take place every night at eight o’clock. Between the hours of ten o’clock at night and eleven o’clock in the morning, time spent with family is prioritized over all other activities.