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Hollywood Star and Strong Catholic Maureen O’Hara die at 95

By October 29, 2015 3 Comments

Maureen O’Hara a famous Hollywood star, one of the lasts of her kind. She featured in popular movies in the 90s like “How Green Was My Valley”, “Miracle on 34th Street” and “The Quiet Man”
She was last seen on screen in the year 2000.
The Ireland native catholic and Hollywood star and left Arlington few years after Charles Blair’s death; her husband, to live with her grandson in Boise, Odaih in 2012 where she died on the 24th of October, 2015.
She have acted and worked alongside famous and reputable Hollywood stars like John Wayne, Edmund Gwenn, Tyrone Power, Douglas Fairbanks Jr, Henry Fonda, James Stewart and Errol Flynn; she also was known for her work with legendary director John Ford.
Maureen O’Hara in an interview sometimes in the past with CNS confessed that she was meant to be nun but didn’t saying “I was too strong, too hard-headed. But one of my sisters, Peg, joined the Irish Sisters of Charity, turning down a scholarship to study opera at La Scala in Milan to follow her vocation”.
Maureen is survived by her daughter, Bronwyn FitzSimons of Glengarriff, Ireland; her grandson, Conor FitzSimons of Boise, and two great-grandchildren. Not-to-mention her honorary Oscar, in 2011 and membership of the Irish America Hall of Fame

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