The death has been announced of Bridget McElroy (née Mohan, Clintybunnia, Scotstown), Annacramph, Tyholland, on Monday 12th August 2019, peacefully at St. Christopher’s Nursing Home, Cavan. Predeceased by her husband Charlie in July 2006 , and by her sister Ann Catherine (Shropshire, England) in February 2019 . Sadly missed by her loving children Mary, Patrick, Charlie, Valerie, Martin, Stephen, her sister Margaret (Colton), daughters-in-law, sons-in-law, grandchildren, relatives and friends.

Reposing at her home on Tuesday, 13th August, and on Wednesday, 14th August, from 12:00pm to 9:00pm. House private please on Tuesday and Thursday for family time. Bridget’s Requiem Mass will be celebrated on Thursday, 15th August, at 3:00pm in St. Patrick’s Church, Tyholland with burial afterwards in the adjoining cemetery. Family flowers only please. Donations in lieu, if desired, to Kevin Bell Repatriation Trust – www.kevinbellrepatriationtrust.com c/o any family member or Peter McMahon, McMahons Funeral Home, Emyvale. May she rest in peace.

Bridget was the oldest of the Mohan family of Clintybunnia, Scotstown, and her late husband was Charlie McElroy, formerly from Clarnagh, Tydavnet who passed away in 2006, aged 85. An industrious and community spirited neighbour, he, along with the late Jim Woods, was instrumental in setting up the popular dancing deck at Killylough, Tydavnet. After selling his farm at Clarna in 1955 to the Sherlock family, he went off to England where he laboured a number of years. On his return in the mid 70s, he and Bridget purchased the farm at Tyholland where they lived with their family. (Thanks to Patsy Brady for additional information)