Parishioners were shocked and saddened to learn of the unexpected death of John Carrig of Lomond Avenue, Fairview, Dublin and 16 St. Patrick’s Terrace, Tarbert on February 5, 2012. John had been out celebrating Kerry’s win over Dublin with his brothers and friends and as they were preparing to go home his death occurred. He had been living in Dublin for several years and was very involved with the GAA having played with and managed the Rosmini Gaels Club in the capital. As a mark of respect the Rosmini Gaels team travelled to Tarbert to join the local Club in forming the Guard of Honour that flanked the funeral procession. An Enormous crowd of sympathisers called to St. Mary’s Funeral home Tarbert on Thursday evening February 9 where John’s remains were reposing between 6 and 8pm prior to removal to St. Mary’s Church Tarbert. Requiem Mass for the repose of his soul was concelebrated by Fr. Danny Broderick P.P. Tarbert, Fr. John O’Connor (Retired P.P. London), Fr. Francis Nolan former P.P. Tarbert and Fr. John Lawlor P.P. Ballydonaghue. John, was predeceased by his brother Patrick and is survived by his parents Finbarr and Noreen, brothers Michael, Finbarr, Stephen and Brian, sisters Mary and Catherine, brothers-in-law Mike and Joe, sisters-in-law Mary, Breda and Susan, grandaunt Bernie, uncles, aunts, nephews, nieces, cousins, relatives and a wide circle of friends to whom our sincere sympathy is extended.. Interment took place in St. Mary’s Cemetery Tarbert. May he Rest in Peace.