Aug 03, 2021 · DEATH NOTICE. The death has occurred of Deirdre Whelan (née Whelan) Delgany, Wicklow / Rathfarnham, Dublin. Deirdre Whelan (née Whelan) of Delgany and formerly of Nutgrove Avenue, Rathfarnham who passed away peacefully on Tuesday 3rd August 2021 at St Vincent’s University Hospital. Predeceased by her daughter Amanda, parents William and ...
Mar 09, 2021 · Whelan (Née Lynch) (Douglas, Cork and Late of Roscommon). It is with deep sadness the Whelan family announce the sudden passing of Deirdre, on 8th March 2021, surrounded by her heartbroken family in Cork University Hospital. Cherished wife of James, adoring and much loved mother of Thomas, Ian and Ellen.
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Dec 06, 2020 · Deirdre Whelan (Scully) Birthdate: June 14, 1934: Death: 2007 (72-73) Immediate Family: Daughter of Patrick Joseph Scully and Honoria Ann Scully Wife of Private Mother of Sara Jane Whelan Sister of Eamon Joseph Scully;
- June 14, 1934
- December 6, 2020
- 2007 (72-73)
- Private User
Feb 29, 2020 · Deirdre married Paul 26 years ago. "He slammed the door in my face," she says with a laugh recalling the first time they met. That was the summer of ’87, when she and the architect-in-making ...
Deirdre Lovejoy (born June 30, 1962) is an American actress.. She is best known for her role as Assistant State's Attorney Rhonda Pearlman on HBO’s The Wire. She also known for her roles as serial killer Heather Taffet (aka The Gravedigger) on the Fox series Bones, and White House Counsel Cynthia Panabaker on NBC series The Blacklist.
Deirdre Whelan is the co-lead of our Interior Design Studio. She has practised in Ireland for the last twenty years with experience in commercial offices, retail premises, hotels and one-off luxury houses and apartments. Deirdre presented the television programme Beyond the Hall Door and currently co-presents Home of the Year on Irish television.