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Patrick (Pat) Good

Dublin, Clonsilla

Patrick (Pat) Good

GOOD, Patrick (Pat) (Clonsilla, Dublin 15 and formerly of Stoneybatter, Dublin 7) June 20th 2022, peacefully, surrounded by his family and in the wonderful care of the staff at St. Francis Hospice, Blanchardstown. Loving husband of Angie and dearest dad of Sarah, Oonagh and Emily.

Sadly missed by his loving wife, daughters, grandchildren Finn, Cillian, Lily, Johnny and Polly, sons-in-law Tom, Owen and Graham, Good brothers, brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, nieces, nephews, relatives and his wide circle of friends.

Reposing at Cunninghams Funeral Home, Clonsilla on Thursday (23rd June) from 6pm to 8pm.

Removal to Dardistown Crematorium on Friday morning arriving for a celebration of Pat’s life at 10.40am.  

Pat’s funeral service may be viewed (live only) by following this link - https://www.dctrust.ie/location/dardistown/dardistown-chapel-webstreaming.html

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

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

“Music is a tonic to the soul”

Funeral Information

24th June 2022

10.40am

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

Ken MurphyFriend

Hello, to Angie and all the family.

I knew Pat through the Lane family, and played music with him many times. We used to talk about the songs we’d just sung together, and often had a strong connection. The craic with Pat was super; one never knew what he’d come out with next, and there was no point in trying to predict anything with him! He taught me a lot, and I will miss him deeply.
When I heard today that he had died, I mourned him by playing some music, and I will continue to do so. I sang “John O’Dreams” and “Little Musgrave”, two songs Pat used to ask me to sing when I played with him. He had a deep grá for music which was infectious. I will always think of Pat when I sing Musgrave in the future, and also of you, Angie, as I know you love that song.
I am terribly sorry I can’t make it to the services. I am based in Galway with the Franciscans, and I can’t get back. I will watch online and shed a tear, and yes, no doubt some memories will be shared which will also make me laugh.
I will pray for Pat and ask the Friars to say some masses for him.

With deep love, prayers, and sympathy,
Ken.

“It fell upon a holy day, as many’s in the year. Musgrave to the church did go to see fine ladies there.”

Wolfgang BoenischFriend

Dear Angie, dear Oonagh, dear Sarah, dear Emily! My wife Andrea and I are with you in thoughts and prayers. We are so sorry that Pat had to leave this earth so soon. We will never forget him. With his music he touched people’s hearts. We learned so much from him.
I wish you strength and comfort in this difficult time and many dear people around you.
Wolfgang

Maeve Byrne Mulvany1 ST COUSION

So sad to hear of the Death of Pat to young to have gone thinking of you all at this sad time

Evelyn and OisínFriend of Oonagh

Oonagh and family, our condolences to you at this sad time. Thinking of you.

Jennie LaneFriend

Dear Angie, Pat was such a gentleman. I have so many fond memories of his singing especially on our wedding day. He brought so much joy to every room and it was an absolute pleasure to be in his company. I am sending all the love to you and your family at this very difficult time. Heaven has gained a true gentleman . Lots of Love Jen xxx

Wally & Judy BurmasFriends in Australia

Dearest Angie our deepest sympathy to you & all your family on the sad loss of Pat. We have many wonderful memories of Pat. We will never forget the great Sessions, in Dunsany & surrounding areas in the eighties & nineties when we were home on holidays.Pat those memories will never fade…..you were one of a kind!!! Angie, we send our love at this very sad time. Thinking of you!! Judy & Wally Burmas. Melbourne. Australia. XXX

Ken MurphyFriend

Hello, to Angie and all the family.

I knew Pat through the Lane family, and played music with him many times. We used to talk about the songs we’d just sung together, and often had a strong connection. The craic with Pat was super; one never knew what he’d come out with next, and there was no point in trying to predict anything with him! He taught me a lot, and I will miss him deeply.
When I heard today that he had died, I mourned him by playing some music, and I will continue to do so. I sang “John O’Dreams” and “Little Musgrave”, two songs Pat used to ask me to sing when I played with him. He had a deep grá for music which was infectious. I will always think of Pat when I sing Musgrave in the future, and also of you, Angie, as I know you love that song.
I am terribly sorry I can’t make it to the services. I am based in Galway with the Franciscans, and I can’t get back. I will watch online and shed a tear, and yes, no doubt some memories will be shared which will also make me laugh.
I will pray for Pat and ask the Friars to say some masses for him.

With deep love, prayers, and sympathy,
Ken.

“It fell upon a holy day, as many’s in the year. Musgrave to the church did go to see fine ladies there.”

Catherine PurcellFriend

Angela an girl’s I am so sorry to have heard of Pat’s passing he was indeed a true gentleman an always a smile for everyone ❤ his true passion for music and song will live on true Angela an the girls an all his music acquaintances.
He will be sadly missed as a husband dad an grandad