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The obituary notice of Brendan Joseph O'ROURKE

Uxbridge, Published in: Uxbridge & West Drayton Gazette. Notable areas: Hillingdon

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Brendan JosephO'ROURKEO'ROURKE BRENDAN JOSEPH 1928 - 2021 Bren sadly passed away on 23 January 2021 after a short illness. He was 92 years of age. He was deeply loved by his daughters Colleen, Sharon and Helen, as well as his Granddaughters Freya and Anjuli. As a past President of Elthorne - Hillingdon Rotary Club (1994-1995) and founding member of the Breakspear Probus club, he spent many years supporting the community in Ickenham. He will be greatly missed. If you would like to donate in Bren's memory, please do so to the Alzheimer's Society.
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William G Tully: We were honored to be able to share in our cousin Brendan&r...15/02/2021
Brendan O'Rourke:It was very special to be apart of such a loving goodbye to Bren, a...15/02/2021
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We were honored to be able to share in our cousin Brendan’s funeral service today. “May the road rise to meet you and the wind be at your back…..”, words that were read today from the Irish poem were so fitting to his love of travel and hiking. He would especially appreciate those words as he has completed his long journey home to his loving wife Wendy and all his cherished family. Brendan’s love for Wendy and his girls was always evident in his actions and emails. As he enjoys his heavenly reward we hold dear his memory that is indelible. May God console his family as they grieve his loss from their physical presence but celebrate his spirit and memory in all that they do.
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It was very special to be apart of such a loving goodbye to Bren, albeit watched on a webcast we still felt the love and warmth from Sharon, Helen & Colleen and all the family. He was a very special brother and Uncle to us and he had such an amazing life. RIP beautiful man, Love from Jean & Gerald (Brother) and Nephews, Brendan, Shaun & Jason xx
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