Paul Eustace Obituary, Death

Paul Eustace Obituary, Death- Dr. Paul Whiteside Eustace, who had a medical practice in both Maryland and Castlebar, has recently passed away. His passing has taken place. The individual who has recently passed away was an employee at Mayo University Hospital for a significant amount of time before they passed away. In addition to that, he had a fellowship with the Royal College of Surgeons.

The heartbreaking news of his demise has prompted an outpouring of grief and a profound sense of loss among the members of the community. His devoted wife Jacqueline, his beloved sister Ruth, his brother-in-law Cris, his nephews Henry, John, and Andrew, his niece Antonia, and grand-nephew Zak, his sisters-in-law Michelle and Suzanne and their husbands Dan and Thomas, as well as cousins, relatives, and friends, to whom our most sincere condolences are extended, all miss him very much and hold him in the highest regard.

The deceased individual was known to have had a strong appreciation and regard for the arts, particularly music.
Someone other made the observation that “We have such fond memories of him during his time at MUH.”Another tribute remarked that Paul was “always a lovely friendly person and lovely to deal with.” This was said to be Paul’s defining trait.

On Sunday, his mortal remains will lay in rest at the Coady’s Funeral Home beginning at 6:30 p.m., and at 8:00 p.m., they will be moved to the Church of the Holy Rosary in Castlebar. The funeral service will take place there at 8:00 p.m. There will be a funeral mass held on Monday at 11 am, and the burial will take place in the Bohermore Cemetery in Galway when the service is finished. We hope that the gentle spirit he left behind can finally find peace.

On many social media platforms, people have expressed their deepest sympathies and paid tribute in memory of the deceased user. “Paul had a wide array of interests and a profound awareness of a wide number of subjects, including his love of sailing, church organs, traveling, and the history of medicine, to name a few of his many passions. It was said that someone had said, “At work, he was a passionate advocate for the surgical department and for his trainees,” and this information was provided.

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