Council To Open Book Of Condolences For The Late Brendan Grace

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Brendan Grace coming over Blennerville bridge back in July 2016 on the occasion of unveiling a plaque in memory of Nedeen Kelliher. Photo by Gavin O’Connor

KERRY County Council will open a Book of Condolences for the late Brendan Grace at the Killarney Municipal District Office, Main Street, Killarney from 9am on Friday.

Brendan Grace was a frequent visitor to Kerry over a number of decades and performed his shows many times in Tralee.

He was also in Blennerville back in July 2016 to unveil a plaque dedicated to the memory of Tralee character, Nedeen Kelliher.

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The Cathaoirleach of Killarney Municipal District, Cllr Michael Gleeson expressed his condolences to the Grace family, saying that Brendan Grace had a long and much-valued association with Killarney.

“Brendan Grace was a larger than life figure who brought so much happiness and enjoyment to so many people, not least during his many performances in Killarney and County Kerry over the years. We are happy to afford this opportunity to people who wish to record their condolences to do so through our Killarney office at the Town Hall. We extend our deepest sympathies to Brendan’s family and friends at this sad time,” said Cllr Gleeson.

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  1. Harry Hynes says:

    Since I moved to Kerry a Garda was killed on duty for his country and no book of condolences was offered in any part of the county. Priorities please people.