Claudine Keane pays tribute to husband Robbie’s grandmother

Claudine Keane has paid tribute to her husband’s grandmother in a touching post online.

Obbie Keane announced the death of his beloved grandmother Ettie on Wednesday – just two months after the sad death of his mother Anne.

His wife shared a message online today, describing the Irish football legend’s grandmother as a “great lady”.

“RIP Mrs. Keane, a great lady for a cup of tea and a chat,” she said.

“The only person I’ve met who could chat more than me. You will be fondly remembered by everyone as a lovely and open-minded, kind and caring woman.”

Bernadette Keane’s funeral will be held at 11.30am on Saturday at St Agnes Church in Crumlin.

Her obituary said Ms Keane “died peacefully surrounded by her loving family in the wonderful care of the staff at Glenaulin Nursing Home”.

It comes not long after the death of Robbie’s beloved mother, Anne Keane, in October.

At the time of her funeral service, held at St. Agnes’s Church in Crumlin, Keane said his mother was the “glue that holds everyone together.”

During the funeral service, Robbie said his mother Anne was “truly loved by everyone” and had an “infectious sense of humour”.

“There are so many words to describe our mother — kind, generous, caring, strong, selfless and resilient, but the word that best sums her up is family-oriented,” he said.

“Family was everything to her and everything she did was for her children.”

https://www.independent.ie/news/claudine-keane-leads-tributes-to-husband-robbies-grandmother-42250437.html Claudine Keane pays tribute to husband Robbie’s grandmother

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