||Gareth Farry, Belfast|
29th August 2013
|Farry, Gareth, died 29th August 2013, peacefully at Marie Curie Hospice
(Late of 15 Knockbreda Gardens).
Beloved husband of Sinead and devoted father of John, James, Una and Henry. Much loved son of Eileen and the late John and loving brother of Aiden.
Gareth’s remains will leave his late residence on Monday at 10.15 am to arrive at St. Bernadette’s Church, Rosetta Road for 11.00 am Requiem Mass. Funeral afterwards to Roselawn Cemetery.
Sadly missed by his loving wife, children, mother, brother and family circle.
House private on Friday from 5.00 pm and on Sunday from 5.00 pm.
Family flowers only, donations in lieu if desired to Marie Curie Hospice, c/o O’Kanes Funeral Directors (tel: 028 90 243129), 116-118 Donegall Street, Belfast BT1 2GX.
|Messages of Condolence from Friends & Family|
|Name: James McGreevy|
Message: I haven't seen Gareth in many years since we worked together while he was a student; even then he had a calm and respectable nature whilst fun and engaging. The memories will always be there and he wont be forgotten by myself nor the people whose lives he touched no matter how briefly. RIP Gareth
|Name: Steve Goodwin|
Message: Dear Sinead and family,
I was very saddened to learn of Gareth's passing from Ana. I know that this must be a hugely difficult time for you all but I hope with time your pain will heal and you will by able to use all your happy memories with Gareth to look back on. He was a bloody good bloke and Ana and I have fond memories of our times with your both in London. If you ever need anything, we are only at the end of the phone.
God bless you all.
|Name: Jonathan Bloch|
Message: Gareth worked at Exchange Data over 10 years ago and I had not seen him since he left. I remember him well - his sense of humour, fair play and all in all he was a very decent man. It must be so sad to lose a member of a family at such a young age. I hope that you get strength knowing that he will be missed by all of us who knew him. RIP Gareth
|Name: Ivan Grimer|
Message: It seems like yesterday when Steve Gooder and myself interviewed Gareth for a data sourcing job at EDI. I'm shocked to hear that he's no longer with us. He had a peculiar ability to cheer everyone up in the office and was the life and soul of the party if he came out for a drink. On the other hand he was also quite an intellectual. I still have a book of Tolstoy short stories that he lent me.
Gareth Farry RIP.
|Name: Carla lebre|
Message: I have fond memories of working in the same team as Gareth at EDI in London. He was always a fair, hard working and supporting coleague. I never met Sinead, but Gareh always spoke highly of her and I remember particularly when he was saving his wages to buy her a lovely engagement ring. God help his family in this difficult time and may Gareth's memory live forever with all of us.
|Name: Raksha Patel|
Message: I'm very sad to hear of Gareth's passing. He was a lovey person, calm and friendly. I have fond memories of sharing a house with Sinead and with Gareth being around too. I'm thinking of you Sinead, and sending you good wishes of peace and comfort. Lots of love, Raksha, please get in touch if you would like to. Me and Thomas Hawes would love to hear from you. firstname.lastname@example.org
|Name: James Kavanagh|
Message: When I worked behind the bar in the errigal in the early 2000`s "ferr`s" was one of the waiting staff and a nicer guy you wouldn't have met. Im shocked to learn of his passing.
|Name: David A. Rossi|
Message: Dear Sinead,
I wanted to offer my condolences for your loss. At Brighton University being in his company was the highlight of my time there.I was very fond of Gareth and saw him as a man of exceptional wealth in his personality whether it was his humour, grace or intelligence.
It was an honour to have known Gareth, and even more so to have considered him a friend.
My thoughts and prayers are with you Sinead and your family. David
|Name: Phil Ward|
Message: Deeply shocked to learn of Gareth's passing and would like to offer my sincerest condolences to his wife and children on a life so tragically cut short. When i worked with Gareth in the parador almost 20 ago years he was devoted to Sinead who brought the best out of him. Such a decent young man with a razor sharp wit and sense of humour who always seen the good in people and situations. A sad loss for all who were lucky to spend time with him. Rest in peace furs
|Name: Karen Kumalo|
Message: I was looking to catch up with Gareth on Linkedin for a while and have just stumbled accross this sad page. I am really saddened to hear that he has passed away. I first met Gareth at EDI where I worked with him in 1999. He was a great guy learnt a lot for him and had a lot of respect for him. My deapest condolences to his family and children.
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