Associates, household and the area people gathered at Tomies Wooden final Saturday to recollect the late Jamie O’Sullivan.
amie, a local of Gerah in Beaufort, misplaced his battle with most cancers in 2021 throughout the Covid pandemic.
This week his household determined to carry a memorial stroll for Jamie as they have been unable to host a correct funeral for the younger man when he handed away in January 2021.
His brother Diarmuid stated the occasion was a strategy to say a correct goodbye to Jamie who was simply 31 when he died.
It gave them a chance to recollect him and all he had achieved in his life and in addition to lift funds for a charity near their hearts – the Kerry Hospice Basis Night time Nurse Programme. This charity helped them and Jamie throughout his most cancers battle and the funds raised from the stroll will now assist others in the identical place.
The stroll in Tomies Wooden was an important success and for Jamie’s household and pals, together with his mother and father Patricia and Simon it was a chance to recollect Jamie and all he achieved.
Jamie was recognized with bowel most cancers in 2019 when dwelling in Dublin and underwent intensive therapy. Nevertheless, he died in January 2021.
Regardless of his loss of life at such a younger age, he achieved lots together with publishing a guide ‘The Highly effective Nan Nee’ and his guide was offered on the memorial stroll on Saturday to bolster the funds raised for the Kerry Hospice Night time Nurse programme.
The superbly crafted guide is embellished with drawings and work from the youngsters of close by Cullina and Kilgobnet Nationwide Colleges.
Diarmuid this week stated the stroll was an important success with greater than €13,000 raised.
Greater than 400 folks attended on Saturday and Jamie thanked everybody for supporting the occasion and in addition thanked Kate Kearney’s for internet hosting lots of the individuals afterwards for refreshments.