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Michael (Mikie) Stephenson

Dublin, Lucan

STEPHENSON, Michael (Mikie) (Lucan, Co. Dublin and formerly of Gortmore, Aughrim, Co. Galway) January 3rd., 2022 (peacefully) in the loving care of the staff at Ryevale Nursing Home. Beloved husband of the late Mary and much loved father of Mary and Michael; sadly missed by his loving son, daughter, grandchildren Georgina and Martha, daughter-in-law Miriam, sister Teresa, brother-in-law, nieces, nephews, relatives and a wide circle friends.

May he rest in peace.

Reposing at Cunninghams Funeral Home, Lucan on Friday evening (January 7th) between 6 pm and 8 pm.  Removal on Saturday morning (January 8th) to St. Patrick’s Church, Esker Lucan arriving for Funeral Mass at 10 am followed by burial in Esker Cemetery, Lucan. Michael’s mass may be viewed online by following this LINK.

Those who would have liked to attend the funeral; but due to current restrictions cannot, please leave your personal message by selecting “Condolences” below or alternatively leave a message at

Funeral Information

Saturday 8thJan 2022

10 am

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

Katie SingletonGreat niece

Terribly sorry to hear the news of Mickie. We loved him so much and he was often spoken of highly in Coventry for many years. A cheerful man with a kind heart who will be missed by so many. Sending all the family love and strength to get through this difficult time. I know my Grandad PJ will be happy to reunited his brother once again. All our love from Dubai, Katie & Elliott. Xx

Michael StephensonNephew

Really upsetting to hear the very sad news about the passing of uncle Mikie. He was a true gentleman and loved his sport. Many times PJ Mikie and auntie Theresa would be discussing hurling and football at 98 Southbank. A very caring man he was a truly dedicated husband and father and a very religious man. You will be missed by many uncle Mikie. All of our love to Mary and Mikie junior from Michael, Zoe, Aleigha and Harry xx.

Patricia CurtisUncle in law

Sincere sympathy to Michael and Mary, and sister Teresa. A true gentleman throughout. Many fond memories. From Patricia Curtis and family. May he rest in peace.

Doreen DoyleFriend

To Mary and Michael and extended family I was so very sad to hear of the passing of your lovely Dad.
Michael was an exceptional man, quite gentle, deeply religious and above all else a true gentleman.
I have such fond memories of saying the rosary with your Dad and also going to knock on serveral occasions.
I will remember Micheal and your late mum in my prayers and offer you my deep condolences.

Richard CurtisNephew

Sincere condolences and heartfelt sympathy to Mary, Michael, Miriam ,Georgina, Martha and sister Teresa on the death and sad loss of Mikie. He was a wonderful family man, one of nature’s gentlemen. Growing up in Drimnagh Mikie lived with us for a couple of years and was the perfect uncle, kind generous and great company. And of course he made sure we said our prayers, he had an abounding and profound faith all his life which was manifest in the wonderful work and devotion to St. Patrick’s in Lucan as a Eucharistic minister. He will be surely missed for his strong work ethic in the Community at large.
I have very great and special memories of my early teenage years spending Summer holidays with the Stephenson familiy in Gortmore., Mikie and I would head off to
Salthhill in Galway for the day and return to Gortmore in the late evening in his Morris Minor with the Sun going down in Galway Bay creating a Heavenly ambience..
The loss of a father is a very profound milestone in the life of a family.
My wife Noreen and I were saddened to learn of Michael’s passing and regret we were unable to attend his funeral, Please God, the cherished memories of Michael will sustain you all in the years ahead.We are thinking of you as you grieve at this sad and painful time.
May he sleep well and Rest in Peace