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Lisa Cash and her siblings montages read: Back with our daddies.

The events leading to the funeral and burial of Lisa Cash and her siblings are still that of grief and sorrow.

Earlier,the remains of the three were taken to the church ahead of their funeral.

The article looks at the events at the funeral home.

The bodies of the three Tallaght siblings were reposed for three hours as many in their hundreds went to the Brian McElroy funeral home  in Tallaght  to pay their last respect.

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There were as many as 16 floral tributes that displayed pictures of the three siblings outside of the funeral home.

There were equally 4 floral tributes inside the home.

The striking thing that many noticed was the montages. The montage for Lisa Cash the 18 year old read “Back with my daddy.”

That of her twin siblings: Christy and Chelsea also read “Back with our daddy.”

Margaret Cash McDonagh lost two of her husbands. The first being Andy Cash and the second being Bill Cawley, the father of the twins.

Reports had it that some mourners were visibly upset. Loyal friends and relatives of the family were said to have stayed  for the whole of the wake.

The grieved and traumatized Margaret Cash McDonaugh was comforted  by her close friends inside the funeral home.

Her 14 year old boy who survived the attack and is said to be called Mikey was being hugged outside of the home.

The funeral mass will be done by Fr O’Driscoll and local parish priest Fr Bill O’Shaughnessy.

This will be followed sharply by the burial at the  Bohernabreena Cemetery. It is at this place that the trio will be laid to rest together.

There are arrangements for those who cannot make to the church to watch the service on line. through

Andy Cash will be appearing in court for the second time at the time the funeral service will taking place.

He will be appearing through a video link.

Fr O’Driscoll  has asked people to pray for the children’s mum and family ahead of the funeral mass.


By Robert

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