Hundreds of tributes have been paid to a young south Armagh woman following her untimely passing this week.
Patricia ‘Trisha’ Luckie, from Kiltybane – who battled bravely against illness – passed away peacefully at her home on Tuesday, January 31, surrounded by her loving family.
Trisha, who was in her 30s, was the beloved daughter of Mary and the late Gene RIP. She was the devoted sister of James and Marie, as well as a sister-in-law of Kieran and Aoife and a dear aunt of Ryan.
Hundreds of tributes were paid online to a young woman as one of the kindest souls; a woman highly thought-of by the many that knew her – adored and loved by her close friends and family.
One woman wrote: “She was an absolute pleasure to have known and an extremely helpful, obliging young lady in her former place of work. May she now rest easy in her eternal home.”
Another commented: “You were always so helpful and so kind. An angel in heaven now and no more pain.”
Many expressed their heartbreak at such a young life, filled with so much potential, taken so soon.
Crossmaglen Rangers said the club is “deeply saddened to learn of the untimely passing of Trisha, sister of player and mentor, Marie and aunt of player, Ryan.
“We send our heartfelt condolences to Trisha’s, mother, Mary, sister, Marie (Kieran), brother, Jim (Aoife) and the extended Luckie and McMahon families at this difficult time. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a hanam.”
Trisha’s funeral will be on Thursday, February 2, leaving her home at 10.20am to St Patrick’s Church in Crossmaglen, arriving for Requiem Mass at 11am. Livestream of Mass available via the parish webcam www.uppercreggan.co.uk
Burial afterwards in the adjoining cemetery.
Deeply regretted by her heartbroken mother, sister, brother, brother in law, sister in law, nephew, extended Luckie family, neighbours & many friends. Family Flowers Only – donations in lieu if so desired to St John’s House Newry, Southern Area Hospice. Enquiries to Mc Conville Funeral Directors Crossmaglen.