In memory
posted by maireniuirthile
22 March 2020

Silent Heroes - the Night Nurses

Last reply: 2 years ago

its Mother Day and Mam Passed away on the 15th of February this year. I wanted to write a word of immense
gratitude to 2 amazing nurses, Catherine and Mel, who helped us through the most difficult time in my family's life. I can't put into words how much
this helped us to have 2 such caring, professional people on hand to ensure that Mam was as comfortable as possible at this most difficult time.
Apart from telling them both individually how grateful we were to have them, which seemed to so inadequately describe how we truly felt,
I have no other way of letting them know how much of an impact they had on our lifes.
So today, on Mothers Day I pay tribute to the invaluable work of the silent heroes, the night nurses, by donating to this amazing service in the
hope that I may help in what small way I can.
Know that you are forever in out thoughts and prayers and may God continue to grant you his grace and blessings for you to continue
your vital work,
the kindest of regards,
Ann(Hannah) Hurley's Family.

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commented by Cancer Nurse
24 March 2020

2 years ago

To all the Hurley family

We would like to sympathise with you on your recent bereavement.This must be such a sad time for you all.

How kind of you to post such a lovely message and we will pass on your appreciation to our night nurses.

Thank you also for making a donation to our service at this very vulnerable time for you.If at anytime you would find it comforting to speak to one of our cancer nurses on our Nurseline do not hesitate to phone 1800 200 700

Kind wishes

Irish Cancer Society Cancer Nurse

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