It is with the greatest sadness that we learned of the death at Mullingar Regional Hospital on Thursday 7th April last of Teresa Fallon, Ballagh.
Teresa, for the past few years, had been a resident of the Innis Ree Lodge Nursing Home, Ballyleague.
Originally from Crossmaglen, Co Armagh, she had a great love of culture and tradition.
Teresa loved football, she loved going to games and was always an enthusiastic supporter.
In her youth, she was a fan of football and especially football. When she moved to Ballagh with her husband Frank, she brought with her great drive, decency and kindness to her new community.
She continued her sporting interest with her support of St Faithleach’s, never forgetting her home club of Crossmaglen and the pride she felt with the great winning teams from across Ireland from Crossmaglen and Armagh.
She always had a great interest in travel instilled in her early years with her work in a travel agency in Dundalk and later in East West Travel in Roscommon Town where she was known for her skills and knowledge in all parts of the world. world.
She was considered an excellent neighbor and her help was always available to anyone in need. Teresa was an active member of the Lanesboro badminton club and always brought competitiveness and great fun to the club.
She had a wonderful devotion and great pride for her husband Frank, her five children and fourteen grandchildren whom she cherished above all else.
The presence at rest of her remains at her residence on Sunday April 10 and again at her funeral mass on Monday April 11 and at the burial in Kilgefin Cemetery was ample testimony to the esteem she held.
Predeceased by her parents Hugh and Tessie and by her son Baby Pearse.
She will be sadly missed by her beloved husband Frank, her sons Niall (Cootehall), Frank (Ardagh, Longford), David (Roscommon) and Patrick (Cloverhill), her daughter Aisling McLoughlin (Strokestown), her brothers, sisters, daughters- in- law Elaine, Kirsten, Niamh and Margaret, son-in-law Kevin, grandchildren Ciara, Eoin, Rachel, Seán, Odin, Etain, Pearse, Oisín, Jack, Cillian, Doireann, Emily Louise and Dáithí, brothers-in-law, sisters, nieces, nephews, relatives, neighbors and a wide circle of friends.