Helen Flynn, Rest in Peace

Clonliffe Harriers extends our deepest sympathies to our club member and friend David Flynn and his family on the death of his mother Helen. Helen Flynn as the CEO of Hireco has been a long term supporter of Clonliffe Harriers. In 2007 Hireco became Clonliffe Harriers’ club sponsors and both Helen and Hireco have been our loyal sponsors ever since.

Helen has been a great friend of the club attending many many club events these past 15 years. She was such a nice lady, an engaging and friendly person, always in great form and had a great interest in the club’s athletes, in particular the club’s juvenile section. Her and Hireco’s partnership with Clonliffe has been instrumental in producing a period of brilliant success for Clonliffe Harriers. Helen will be sadly missed by us all.

RIP Notice:

Helen Flynn (née Ryan); Coolmine, Dublin 15 and formerly St. Mullins, Co. Carlow, on Tuesday 8 February 2022. Helen, reunited with her beloved parents and sister Madeleine. Peacefully, at her home in the loving company of her family and close friends. Helen was so deeply loved and will be forever missed by her cherished sons Kevin and David, her beloved daughter-in-law Jennifer, adored grandchild Robyn, her sisters: Anna, Geraldine, Clare, Rosario, Siobhan and Majella, her brothers: Moling, Kevin, Gerard, Brendan and Maurice, nephews and nieces, dear friends Lorna and Linda, extended family and friends, and her team at Hireco. She touched many lives with her generosity, kindness, support and guidance. She was the light of our lives.

Reposing at Cunningham’s Funeral Home, Church Avenue, Blanchardstown on Friday evening (11th February) from 6pm until 8pm. A Civil Funeral Service will be held on Saturday, 12th February 2022, at 2.00pm in Glasnevin Crematorium. Please continue to wear face masks and use hand sanitisers at all times. You may follow the Service in Glasnevin Crematorium by following the link below;

Chapel Webstream – Dublin Cemeteries Trust (dctrust.ie)

Family Flowers only. Helen had the gift and privilege of remaining in her own home due to the wonderful care provided by St. Francis Hospice. We would ask that in lieu of flowers that a donation be made to St. Francis Hospice to allow them to continue their ministry of care. Those who would have liked to attend the funeral but are unable to, are welcome to leave a personal message by selecting “Condolences” below or alternatively leave a message at www.cunninghamsfunerals.com.