Book of condolence opened in Balbriggan in memory of Frank Carson

February 24, 2012 0

Balbriggan Town Council have opened a book of condolence in Balbriggan Town Hall today at 5.00 p.m. to allow members of the public express their sympathies following the death of Frank Carson who died on Tuesday 22nd February 2011.

Cllr Monica Harford, Cllr Frank Snowe. Cathaoireach Grainne Maguire and Cllr May mcKeon signing the book of Condolences

Cllr Monica Harford, Cllr Frank Snowe. Cathaoireach Grainne Maguire and Cllr May mcKeon signing the book of Condolences

An Cathaoirleach of the Town Council, Grainne Maguire said she wanted to open the book at the Town Hall after being approached by members of the public wishing to express their condolences with the Carson family following Frank’s death.

Cathaoireach Maguire stated. “I invite the people of Balbriggan over the coming days to show their appreciation for Frank Carson who was a great friend of Balbriggan and a great ambassador for our town. I know the people of Balbriggan will have fond memories of Frank who was a valued member of our community and he will be missed but always remembered”

Members of the public wishing to pay their respects can sign the book of condolence at Balbriggan Town Hall, Georges Square.

Further details available from Balbriggan Town Council at 01-8412178 or townhall@balbriggan.ie

Anthony Murphy

Anthony Murphy

Dominic Rafter and Joe Woods.

Dominic Rafter and Joe Woods.