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Final farewell to family man, statesman and peacemaker Tuesday, August 26, Former taoiseach Albert Reynolds was laid to rest after a state funeral with full military honours.
It was as if this was a day not just for a state funeral and traditional family send-off, but one where ancient superstition might appropriately be invoked.
The heavens above were keening over the mortal remains of a man who had left his mark on life. The intensity of the downpour quickened as word came through that the cortege was en route. Yet, despite the conditions, a steady stream of civilians, quite obviously unattached to the official party, began filing through the cemetery gates.
Many of an older vintage, these men and women opened up umbrellas and took up position to pay their respects.
Sure, they were outnumbered by the military and media personnel, but the appearance of so many bore testimony to the esteem in which the deceased was held. The cortege finally arrived at 3pm, appropriately late for an Irish funeral, yet the state occasion ensured it was only by half an hour.
The Army Number One band led the cortege in through a route-lining guard of soldiers from the Seventh Infantry battalion based at Cathal Brugha Barracks, the slow beat of the drum echoing across the sheets of rain. The pomp of a state funeral makes no concession to atrocious conditions.
The removal of the Tricolour, which had draped the coffin, was slow, as the officer methodically folded the flag, slowly, deliberately, as befitting the solemnity of the occasion.
And then the flag was handed over to Kathleen Reynolds before the military retreated and graveyard staff moved in to demonstrate that this was also a normal family occasion.
However, there was one more gesture from the State. After prayers, as the family moved forward with their flowers, shots rang out across the graveyard in honour of the departed man. Still, the skies refused to relent, the rain continuing to beat down as mourners drifted away, and the military retreated to pack up and leave.
And then, once more, the Reynolds and their nearest and dearest were once again another family, left to deal with their bereavement and loss, to mourn the passing of a loved one, who was quite obviously the focus of so much of their love.
And if those risks were not taken, more people would be killing each other to this day. This was some of the praise for Albert Reynolds as the former taoiseach, businessman, father, and husband was laid to rest.
Superstition says that if rain falls on a funeral procession, the deceased will go to heaven. Buckets of it poured down on Donnybrook, Dublin, as family, friends, and dignitaries gathered to bid Albert the Peacemaker farewell. There were claps and laughter, tears and prayers, memories and song.
Some evoked soft laughter and reminders of the ordinary man. Though, like many others, he never knew if his efforts were really appreciated. He had also been interested in Northern politics as a showband promoter.
For him, peace was the only battle worth waging. But debts of gratitude were also owed to John Major, John Hume, Gerry Adams, Fr Alec Reid, and others who were unfairly criticised for trying to bring peace, it was added.
His wife Kathleen had also shown great courage. Let ye get on with the preparations and let me get on with my rosary.Home Essays Solider, Stateman, Peacemaker.
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