Maureen McCann Obituary, Death And Funeral Notice Of Maureen McCann

Maureen McCann Obituary – With deep sorrow, the McCann family of Warrenpoint announces the peaceful passing of Maureen McCann on the 22nd of December 2023. Maureen, the beloved wife of the late Daniel, was a loving mother to David and Terry, a caring mother-in-law to Siobhan, and a cherished grandmother to Erin, Eva, and Daniel. She resided at 60 Charlotte Street, Warrenpoint, and was a much-loved sister to Meave, Denis, Rosaleen, Pat, Bill, and Angela.

The news of Maureen’s passing is met with a heavy heart, as she was not only a beloved family member but also a friend to many. Her departure leaves a void that will be deeply felt by her family, extended family circle, and friends. May her soul find eternal peace, and may her memory be a source of comfort to those who mourn her loss.

To honor Maureen’s life and provide an opportunity for loved ones to pay their respects, her remains will be at her home on Saturday and Sunday from 1 pm to 9 pm on both days. The family kindly requests privacy on Christmas Day, as the house will be strictly private. Maureen’s funeral procession will commence on Tuesday at 10:10 am, arriving at St. Peter’s Church, Warrenpoint, for a Requiem Mass at 10:30 am. The Requiem Mass will be available for viewing on Following the service, Maureen will be laid to rest in Warrenpoint Municipal Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, the family kindly asks for donations to be made to Dogs Trust. Contributions can be sent directly to the family through McAnulty Funeral Directors at 35 Church Street, Warrenpoint, BT34 3HN, or through the Dogs Trust website at

During this difficult time, the McCann family finds solace in the memories they shared with Maureen and in the support of friends and well-wishers. The outpouring of love and condolences is a testament to the impact Maureen had on the lives of those who knew her. May she be remembered with fondness and her legacy endure through the love she gave and the lives she touched.

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