Born in Dublin on 21 June 1930.

Passed away peacefully on 13 May 2022.

 

Sadly missed by his wife Monica,

and children Mary, John, Stephen and Linda.

Adored by his grandchildren and great grandchildren.

 

Rest in Peace Jack

 

CELEBRATION of the LIFE of JACK McGRATH

will be held entirely in the Folland Chapel, Enfield Memorial Park,

Browning Street, Clearview on

FRIDAY, May 20, 2022 commencing at 10:45 a.m.

 

Please wear bright colours, and 

“leave your long face at home”

 

No flowers, by request.

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Ann and Brian Lambert -

We have so many happy memories of Jack. So happy to have known him. I'm sure he'll be singing She Wears Red Feathers in Heaven! Lots of LOVE Jackxxx Ann and Brian


Jim & Margaret Curtis -

RIP Jack Friends from England for over 50 years gone but not forgotten. Jim & Margaret Curtis & Family Gerry & Frances Dillon & Family


Margaret -

Farewell to a great friend, Irishman and true Dubliner. You will be missed but well remembered. Thank you for the great nights in the shed. Monica, love to you and your family. ☘️☘️☘️


Audrey Clarke -

So sad to hear of uncle Jack's passing. I remember uncle Jack playing drums on the waste bin & everyone singing and having a great time x needless to say the party went on until the early hours. Wherever you are, I hope you are drumming away. God bless xx


Patricia Mcgrath -

R.I.P Uncle Jack fond memories of when you came home to Dublin when I was young and lovely stories my Dad would tell me about when yous were boys. Your niece Tricia x


Malachy & Geraldine O’Reilly -

What a joy it was to know and love Jack. His passion for Monica, family and friends was inspirational. His love of life contagious. A superb Dub with a cheeky sense of humour. A truly lovely gentleman. Jack’s filled life & life filled him to the end. Lovingly remembered, Malachy & Geraldine.


Audrey Clarke -

So sorry to hear about the passing of uncle Jack. I have a happy memory of when auntie Mona & uncle Jack came to Coventry for a visit, uncle Jack was playing drums on the bin and everyone was singing and having a great time. I hope uncle Jack is playing the drums wherever he is x god bless x


Tess & Chris -

Jack will always be in our memory,you felt better after being in his company and distance denied us that pleasure over the years.God bless you Jack.


Irene John Andrew Patrick Harte -

To Monica And Family. So sorry to hear the sad passing of Jack. He was a wonderful man. He will be sadly missed . Our Thoughts and Prayers are with you all. Love The Hartes.


Paula -

Our hearts go out to you and the family. We are so deeply sorry for your loss. Sending healing prayers and comforting hugs your way. We hope the happy memories of your beloved husband, father, grandfather & great grandfather give you peace and comfort as you celebrate his life. God bless you Uncle Jack, rest in peace. Paula & Steve xx


Shelley -

I am so sorry to hear of uncle Jack's passing. I know how much he was loved by everyone who knew him and I'll always remember him as such a cheerful and welcoming person when I visited you all. Sending lots of love to you all. Shelley xxx


Maxine Gibbs -

So many wonderful memories of Jack, always smiling and jolly. RIP Love Maureen, Wendy, Jackie and Maxine XXXX


Kevin Fagan -

Sending you all my love and best wishes at such a sad time. I often think back to my visit to you all over 30 years ago and the hottest golf that I played in my life in the company of Jack. Hot being the weather and not my form obviously. God bless you all and RIP Uncle Jack


Jackie Cooper -

To dear Monica and family, Our deepest condolences on the passing of Jack. We will always remember fondly our friendship and many happy times spent with you as we all started our new life in Australia. We wish you all peace and comfort as you will now know that Jack is resting in peace. love and hugs Maureen Jackie and Mark XXX