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Date: 10/17/2012

A public meeting will be held at the TOWER HOTEL Waterford on Thursday the 25th October at 8pm for the Following Reasons.



To campaign for the establishment of a DNA data base for all missing Persons.

To discuss the present position with regards to Human remains found off our coasts and to support the Families of all the Missing and their rights to have their loved ones returned to them.

That all Human Remains recovered be given dignified burial after all scientific investigations have been carried out.

The establishment of a web page, with particulars of unidentified remains/Bodies that can be accessed by the public.

The Tower Hotel has kindly provided the facilities for this meeting free gratis. Light refreshments will be served afterwards

The following speakers will be in attendance,
Retired Garda Diver Mr Thomas (Tosh Lavery) Chairperson “Searching for the missing”

Mrs Caitlin Ui Aodha, IFO representative.

The audience will also be given an opportunity to ask questions. It is intended to elect a committee from the audience which will hopefully represent, political groups, families, Search and rescue and interested Parties

New Play about Being Missing 
Date: 10/11/2012
'Ginny Joe’s' is a first play by Liberties writer, Elizabeth Martha Tutty, directed by Vincent Smith. It provides a glimpse into the lives of three missing women through six 15 minute monologues. The performances given by the six actors are strong, individual and heartfelt.

The first act consists of the stories of three different women; the second, set fifteen years later, is made up of the stories of their loved ones that were left to wait and hope. The play is dedicated to a Dublin woman who disappeared twenty three years ago and inspired by the playwright’s friendship with the family she left behind.

The drama will be performed each night from Monday 22 October 2012 to Saturday 27th October at 8 PM at the Mill Theatre in Dundrum Town Centre

To book see


An Evening of Reflective Music and Song 
Date: 9/27/2012
Let Your Heart Sing

An Evening of Reflective Music and Song composed and presented by Sr Maria Dunne CHF on October 4th 2012 at Clonliffe College Chapel, Clonliffe Road, Dublin
at 7.30pm.

Tickets €10 available from CORI, Bloomfield Avenue, Dublin 4. email: secretariat@cori.ie Tel. 01-6677322 St. Peter’s Church Parish Office, Phibsboro, Dublin 7. email: info@stpetersphibsboro.ie Tel: 01-8389708
or contact Martha Fealy (Granada House, Stillorgan, Dublin 4) martha.fealy@sjog.ie Tel. 01-2771495 Marie Dunne
mariedunnechf@gmail.com mob. 087-2370221 www.mariedunnechf.com

One of the songs to be sung is called "I light a candle for you". The song has been composed by Sr Maria Dunne CHF and will be sung by Patricia Bourke D'Souza. The words were inspired by Mrs Alice Cairns,mother of missing Philip Cairns, age 13, who disappeared on 23 October 1986. The song is in memory of all people who have someone missing.

Thank You 
Date: 9/17/2012
On Behalf of the Missing Persons Search and Recovery, we would like to thank all the women who ran for us in the Womens Mini Marathon. We thank all who sponsored the Women who ran; Breda's Bar in Blackpool Cork and the L.V Bar in MacCurtain Street Cork who kindly provided food and refreshments to the Women after the marathon.

A special word of thanks to Sylvia Mc Carthy, Samantha Mc Carthy and Linda O Hare who organised a lot of their friends to take part in the event. We will be writing personally to all who took part in supporting us in due course. Once again well done to all and sincere thanks. See Photo.

David Linehan



Annual Mass for the Missing at Our Lady's Island 
Date: 5/29/2012
The annual mass for the families of missing people at Our Lady's Island Wexford will take place on Saturday 18th August 2012 at 3 PM.

Deepest Sympathy 
Date: 5/28/2012
The Missing Persons Association wish to extend deepest condolences to the Family, friends and colleagues of the late Trevor Corbett who sadly passed away on 25/05/2012.

Trevor was co founder of (CERT ) Country Emergency Response Team and with whom we had the honour of working with on a number of searches for Ireland's missing people.

Trevor will be remembered by us for his dedication and for the time that he freely gave to help the Families of Ireland's missing people. His commitment to each of the large number of searches that he took part in was inspirational. He will be greatly missed by all of us here at the M.P.A.

Funeral arrangements

Reposing in Cross' Funeral Home 2 Lower Gerald Griffin Street Limerick - Tuesday at 5.30pm

Removal from Cross' Funeral Home - Tuesday 29th May 2012 at 7.30pm

Requiem Mass at St. Saviours Church - Wednesday 30th May at 10.30am with burial afterwards in Castlemungret Cemetery.

May he rest in peace.


Fr Aquinas Duffy , David Linehan , Brian Looney , David Varian , Denis Kiely, Ciaran O Brien , Cormac Cremin, Robert Hayes


Lost and found: service reunites families with missing relatives 
Date: 5/24/2012
The London Irish Centre runs an excellent tracing section in relation to missing persons. See article in Irish Independent in relation to the work of the Centre.

Oireachtas Report on Missing Persons 
Date: 5/11/2012
The Oireachtas report on Missing Persons has been published and is available on the Oireactas website.

Prayer for the Missing 
Date: 4/12/2012
A Remembrance Mass and afternoon of Prayer for Missing Persons and their Families will take place in the Capuchin Friary, Church St., Dublin 7 on Saturday 28th April at 2pm.

At 2pm tea and refreshments will be served as some people may have travelled afar to take part in this Service of Remembrance.

After tea there will be prayers and the sharing of thoughts for our loved ones who are Missing.
Mass will be at 4pm.


National Missing Persons Helpline 
Date: 3/29/2012
The National Missing Persons Helpline is located in the Harcourt Centre, Dublin.

The Helpline co-operates with An Garda Siochana and community based organisations and works to ensure there is a national, coordinated approach to the location of missing persons, reducing the incidence and impact of missing persons and educating the broader community to the significance of the missing persons phenomena.

Helpline number is 1890 442 552 and their website is www.missingpersons.ie

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