Much-love Bridie died on her 84th birthday
Published 17/12/2016 | 00:00
MUCH-LOVED Bridie Browne, late of 18 Davitt Road North, Wexford, passed away on her 84th birthday in Wygram House Nursing Home on Monday, December 5.
Bridie was born in Ballymitty, Taghmon, on December 5, 1932 to her late parents Phyllis and James. She loved and was loved by her late brothers Martin, James, Oliver, late sister Alice and surviving sisters Phyllis and Lilly.
She was a beautiful lady who always looked after her appearance and was immaculately dressed everywhere she went. She especially enjoyed going to the dances with her late husband James and their many friends.
Bridie's passion was in the home, she was a proud homemaker and gardener, a wonderful mother, grandmother and great grandmother and she received the love of her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren in return many times over.
Bridie now reunites with her late husband James who passed away on November 15. 2013. She will be sadly missed by her daughters and sons, 12 grandchildren and three great grandchildren as well as her many friends.
In later life Bridie fell ill and was lovingly cared for by her family in her home.
Bridie spent the last year of her life in Wygram House nursing home in Davitt Road North. Her stay in Wygram House was a happy one and the Browne family would sincerely like to thank the residents, carers, nurses and doctors for their wonderful care and devotion.
After her passing Bridie reposed at her loving daughter's home in High Fields Wexford before travelling to Rowe Street church for the funeral mass, she made her final journey to Taghmon cemetery where she was laid to rest.
The Browne family would sincerely like to thank extended family, friends, neighbours and the wider community for their kindness and support at this difficult time.