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Niamh Lynch-Livsey

Dublin, Navan Road

Niamh Lynch-Livsey

Lynch-Livsey, (Navan Road, Dublin 7 and formerly of Roselawn, Blanchardstown) August 11th, 2022 (suddenly) in the loving care of the staff at St. James’ Hospital, Niamh, beloved wife of Steve and forever adored by Basil. Dear daughter of Fergus and the late Mary. Sadly missed by her loving husband, father, step-mother Mary, brothers Aidan and Briain, aunts, uncles, cousins, in-laws, niece, relatives and many, many friends.

May she rest in peace.

Reposing at Cunningham’s Funeral Home, Blanchardstown on Monday evening (August 15th) between 6 pm and 8 pm. Removal on Tuesday morning (August 16th) to the Church of Our Lady Help of Christians, Navan Road arriving for Funeral Mass at 10 am followed by cremation in Glasnevin Crematorium.

Niamh’s funeral Mass may be viewed online (live only) by following this LINK. Also the Cremation Service may be viewed (live only) by following this LINK.

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Funeral Information

Tuesday 16th August 2022


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

Gemma BartlettFriend

Dearest Niamh Rest in Peace you beautiful soul. Steve was a really wonderful travelling companion all those years ago, when he met you I could tell it was something very special indeed, he was so happy. I can’t imagine the pain and loss he must be feeling and we send you Steve our thoughts and deepest sympathies. Niamh, you really were one of life’s special, sparkling, bright people. All our love to Steve and Basil xxx

Deirdre and Jim HowardCousin

Our hearts are heavy at the loss of Niamh. She was truly a lovely person and we will miss her on our visits to Ireland.
Steve and family, please know that we love you and pray for you today and in the days ahead. Love, Deirdre and Jim.

Helen WalshNeighbour

Niamh, we’re so so lucky to have known you, and we didn’t get to know you as well as we’d have loved to with daily routine making time fly by .. we’re so lucky to have met you Steve and your brother and Basil at our first neighbourhood party 5 years ago and your warmth kindness thoughtfulness came through and your sense of humour and fun too. My daughter got to meet you on so many occasions too with your dog basil and dogs and you’d always stop for her to nearly harass them at times, but you knew her young growing love of pets too . We will so miss you your sweet presence in the neighbourhood. Loved by so many we’re sure. To Steve , and Basil, especially , we hope you find comfort and you’re in our thoughts and prayers and Niamh’s brothers , Father , mother in law we also send our deepest sympathies. May she rest in peace .

Donal and Ciara O'SullivanFamily friend

Deepest sympathies to the Lynch-Livsey family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you – RIP Niamh