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Sad loss Memorial service for dad-of-four whose remains were found three years after he went missing

A death notice on RIP.ie says that Sean of Co Westmeath and formerly Dublin, “departed prematurely from this life”

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Sean Bond Picture: RIP.ie

Sean Bond Picture: RIP.ie

Sean Bond Picture: RIP.ie

A private family Memorial Service is being held this morning for a dad-of-four whose remains were found three years after he went missing. 

Gardai stood down the search for Sean Bond who was last seen on Christmas Eve, December 24, 2017 following the discovery of human remains in Mullingar, Co Westmeath on May 8 of this year.

Gardai said a post-mortem was conducted by the Office of the State Pathologist after his remains were located in a wooded area.

The 51-year-old was last seen at around midday and went missing from his home in Greenpark Meadows in Mullingar.

A death notice on RIP.ie says that Sean of Co Westmeath and formerly Dublin, “departed prematurely from this life”.

“He will be very sadly missed by his partner Denise, his children Dylan, Summer, Jordan and Evangeline, his grandchildren Robyn and Kayden,” the notice reads.

“Predeceased by his father Christy, Sean will be sadly missed by his mother Vera, by his sisters Annette and Jean and by his brothers Chris, Lar, David and Paul, his nieces and nephews and his extended family and friends.”

A private family Memorial Service is being held at Gilsenan's Funeral Home followed by cremation at Newlands Cross.

In the condolences section people have paid tribute to Sean.

“Our deepest condolences to Dylan and his family. May Sean Rest In Peace,” one person has written.

“Our prayers are with you all at this very difficult time,” adds another. “May Sean rest in peace.”

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