Kevin Neill Obituary, Death – Everyone in the Baltinglass GAA Club is in an extreme state of sadness after hearing the tragic news of the demise of Kevin O’Neill. Our sincerest condolences go out to his wife Julia, sons John and Kevin, daughters-in-law Ann Louise and Lorraine, granddaughters Danielle and Osin, the extended family, and
other relatives, as well as friends and neighbors in the immediate community who were impacted by his departure. We will miss you, John. Kevin played for the Baltinglass GAA Club team that ended up winning the 1953 Minor Championship. Kevin was a member of the Baltinglass GAA Club side that triumphed in the 1953 Minor Championship. In addition, Kevin took part in the junior program of the Baltinglass GAA Club. In addition to that,
Kevin served on a number of other committees, which required him to devote a sizeable portion of his time to the work of those committees. Kevin was a true Gael who devoted his entire life to being a devoted supporter of our club. Throughout his entire life, Kevin was committed to our organization. Kevin’s dedication to our organization
spanned his entire life and continues to this day. Kevin has shown unwavering commitment to our organization over his whole life, and that service remains active to this day. Over the course of several years, both he and Julia did everything that was in their power to contribute to the success of the club in each and every manner that they were able. They did this in any and every way that they were able. Kevin embodied and epitomized all that it means
to be Gaelic in every way. Kev, I have faith that you will eventually be able to find the serenity that you have been looking for. Ar dheis Dé go raibh an anam. In honor of Kevin, the funeral liturgy will be held on Monday morning at eleven o’clock at St. Joseph’s Church, which is located in Baltinglass. The service will begin at the church.