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Death of solicitor Michael A O’Donohoe

12 Mar 2021 / people Print

Death of Dublin solicitor Michael A O’Donohoe

Solicitor Michael A O’Donohoe, who practised on Fairview Strand in Dublin 3, has died at St Francis Hospice, in Raheny.

The deceased is the older brother of Mr Justice James O'Donohue of the Circuit Court.


He is mourned by his wife Trish, brothers Matthew and James, sister Tessa, and a wide circle of family and friends.

Due to Government advice regarding public gatherings, a private family funeral will take place on Saturday, 13 March, at the Church of the Assumption, Howth, Co Dublin.

A personal message may be left in the condolences section of the online death notice.

Donations, if desired, to St Francis Hospice, Raheny, and family flowers only have been requested.

The 11 am funeral will be live-streamed for those unable to attend, due to public-health restrictions

Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam uasal.

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