Ms Sheehan, who was originally from Tramore in Co Waterford, where she grew up, and had been living in Knights Grange in the city, has been remembered as a “gentle soul” and a “lovely girl who will be very sadly missed”.
Her remains were returned home earlier this month following assistance from the Kevin Bell Repatriation Trust, after she tragically lost her life on April 30.
A funeral service for Ms Sheehan, who it believed died during the procedure, was held in the Island Crematorium on Monday.
Her death noticed on RIP.ie states that Carol, of Knights Grange, Waterford City/Tramore, Waterford, who is predeceased by her sister Elizabeth, will be sadly missed.
“By her loving sons Lee and Corey, her parents Betty and Bernard, her sisters Michelle, Fiona and Sinead, her brother Bernard Junior, her aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews, brothers-in-law, extended family, neighbours and friends," it adds.
In the condolences section one person has left a message of sympathy to “Bernard and your family on the passing of Carol”.
Another adds: “What a tragedy. So sorry to hear this heart-breaking news. My thoughts are with Carol's family. May she rest in peace and fly like an angel.”
Another reads: “Deepest sympathies to Michelle and family; to Carol's sons and to the wider Sheehan family. Heart-breaking.”
"So shocked to hear of Carol's passing at such a young age,” one person has written, alongside another message that adds: “All my thoughts are with her sons and family and friends at such a sad time. RIP, Carol.”
One other person offered their “deepest sympathy to Betty, Bernard and all the Sheehan family on Carol's passing, gone too soon, may she rest in peace.
“Deepest Sympathy to Carol's boys Corey and Lee and her family on this sad occasion. I will remember Carol as a person full of laughter and a smiling face whenever you would meet her. Gone too soon. Rest in peace my friend . Forever young.”
“Very sad and sorry for the Sheehan family at this sad time, Carol was a lovely girl and be very sadly missed,” adds another.
One person said they were: "Shocked and saddened to read this: we remember young Carol's smiling face from our walks around Westown over the years. Sincere condolences to all of her family.”
“Such sad news, sincere condolences to your boys, parents, family and friends , may your gentle soul RIP.”