The community of Longstone, Co. Kildare, is in mourning following the peaceful passing of Baby Fiadh Halton at just 22 weeks old. The cherished daughter of Louise and Philip Halton, Baby Fiadh Halton’s brief life was celebrated and her memory honored on Shannonside.ie, where her family and friends have been sharing messages of condolence and remembrance.
- Baby Fiadh Halton passed away at 22 weeks old in Temple Street Hospital.
- She was the beloved daughter of Louise and Philip Halton.
- Funeral services were held at the Church of Our Lady and St. David, Naas.
- Condolences can be shared online, with a book available upon request.
A Precious Life Remembered in Kildare
Baby Fiadh Halton’s impact on her family was profound, despite her short time on earth. The Halton and Dobbs families, along with the extended community in Co. Kildare, have come together to support one another during this difficult period. The outpouring of love and support for the Haltons is a testament to the strong community spirit that Baby Fiadh Halton’s life has further solidified.
Community Support Through Grief and Remembrance
The funeral service for Baby Fiadh Halton, held in Naas, was a somber occasion for all who knew her. Friends and neighbors have been leaving heartfelt messages on Shannonside.ie, a space that has become a virtual memorial for Baby Fiadh. The Halton family has expressed gratitude for the comfort these messages have provided during their time of grief.
|Date of Passing
|26th January 2024
|22 weeks old
|30th January 2024, Church of Our Lady and St. David, Naas
|Available for 6 months on Shannonside.ie
Baby Fiadh Halton’s legacy will be carried in the hearts of those who loved her. Her family, while grieving, takes solace in the precious memories she left behind. The community’s collective mourning is a poignant reminder of the fragility of life and the impact one small soul can have. Baby Fiadh Halton’s story, shared on Shannonside.ie, continues to resonate with many, ensuring her memory will be preserved and cherished for years to come.