Tina Satchwell’s funeral to be private and quiet tomorrow, ‘as she lived’

Tina’s funeral procession will pass through St Bernard’s Place in Fermoy at 12.30pm on Wednesday

According to her obituary on, Tina’s funeral procession will pass St Bernard’s Place in Fermoy at 12.30pm on Wednesday

Her funeral will be private and quiet, “as she lived,” the statement continued.

“The death of Tina Satchwell (née Dingivan) Grattan Street, Youghal & Mac Gearilt Place, Fermoy, & St Bernard’s Place, Fermoy, Co. Cork has occurred,” the statement said.

“It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of our beloved Tina, beloved daughter of Mary and dear sister of Lorraine, Shane and the late Tom,” the message said.

“Aunts and Uncles Stephen, Margaret, Teresa, Florence, Frank and Patrick, much loved granddaughter of the late Florence and Patrick Dingivan.

“She was sadly missed and remembered fondly by her mother, brothers, sisters, brothers-in-law Liam and Noel, sister-in-law Maxine, nephews, nieces, extended family, neighbors and friends.”

In the “Condolences” section, people left numerous messages of condolence, including one that read: “Tina – fly high and be the brightest star. It’s always a pleasure to meet you and your two babies, your smile was contagious when I think of your family.”

Another added: “May your soul rest in peace now Tina. I will always remember that you live across the street from my nanny. You were always sweet.

“Condolences and love to Tina’s family, friends and those who loved her.”

Ms Satchwell, 45, who was originally from Fermoy, disappeared in March 2017 and was the focus of a missing person hunt for six and a half years.

Her body was recovered from the house in Youghal on October 12.

Her remains were returned to her family five days after they were discovered. She had been identified through dental records.

Her husband of 26 years, Richard Satchwell, 57, of Grattan Street, Youghal, has been charged with her murder on March 20, 2017. He was remanded in custody to appear in Clonmel District Court on November 7.

A sister of Tina Satchwell lays a candle in her memory at a vigil in Fermoy

Although he has an address in Youghal, he is originally from the English Midlands.

On October 10, gardaí expanded their investigation from a missing persons case to a murder investigation.

After a four-day investigation of the property, her remains were found buried in concrete.

A family friend said the funeral would be reserved for relatives and close friends.

“They want to be able to mourn Tina privately; it has been very, very difficult for them in the last few days,” said the woman.

“The media spotlight has been particularly challenging, but we hope that a ceremony will be organized afterwards to celebrate Tina’s life, giving the people of Fermoy the chance to remember her as the vibrant person she was.”

Over 800 people attended separate vigils for Ms Satchwell in Youghal and Fermoy last weekend.

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