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Jason Denny

Corduff, Blanchardstown

Jason Denny

Jason Denny (Corduff, Blanchardstown, Dublin 15) June 18th, 2022 peacefully, at his home surrounded by his loving family.

Beloved partner of Debbie, adored son of Marie and cherished brother of Elaine, Janice, Marie and Martin. Father of Shelby and Jade.

He will be sadly missed and always remembered by his loving family, Debbie’s daughter Leah, niece Mia, nephews Pearse, Jack, Jayden, Liam and Sonny, brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, relatives and his close circle of friends. R.I.P. 

Reposing at his home on Monday (20th June) from 7pm to 9pm.

Removal to St. Patrick’s Church, Corduff on Tuesday morning arriving for Requiem Mass at 11am followed by cremation in Glasnevin Crematorium.

Jason’s Funeral Mass may be viewed (live only) by following this link - followed by his cremation service by clicking this link - 

Messages of sympathy and condolences for the family may be left by selecting “Book of Condolences” here.

Family flowers only please. Donations, if desired, to St. Francis Hospice, Blanchardstown - 

“May his gentle soul rest in peace”

Funeral Information

Tuesday 21st. June 2022


The Family would appreciate if you could leave a message to be put into a book of condolences for the family.

Jennifer MarkovicDebbie Farrells Aunt

So sorry for your loss, much to young to leave you all. He was such a great Person and so good to Debbie, a better partner she will never find. He had a heart of gold and he fought to the end. May he rest in peace now without anymore pain. God bless you all in this very hard time

Karl farrellDebbie’s brother

Rest In Peace jay you were one in a million. I’ll never forgot you and the crack we use to have. you were the kindest person with the biggest heart and you always had a smile on your face no matter what life threw at you. You can finally rest easy and I know you will get the best bed in heaven. Deepest sympathy

Jason McDonaghOld work freind

Rest In Peace jay. You were an absolute gent and you will be missed by many of Dublins crane crews. It was a pleasure to have worked with you over the years. Now sleep tight brother and we will catch you on the other side