Meath G.A.A. would like to extend condolences to Martin O’Halloran & family on the death of Ellen.
Martin O’Halloran is steeped in Meath GAA tradition serving as a volunteer in many guises for over thirty years. Martin is the current Chairperson of the Meath Hurling & Promotion Committee.
In recent years, prior to assuming his current role, Martin served as the P.R.O. of the Leinster Council for three years and of the Meath County Committee for five years. Martin served with distinction in these roles winning awards at the provincial and national level.
A highlight was winning the GAA National Communication and Media Award for ‘Best Programme’. The award is named after the late Pádraig MacNamee, former President of the GAA, Chairman of the GAA Commission (1969-1971), and member of the RTÉ Authority.
All associated with Meath GAA are with Martin and his family at this troubling time.
The death has occurred of Ellen O’Halloran (née Conlon)
The Glebe, Rathmolyon, Meath / Trim, Meath
O’Halloran (nee Conlon) Ellen, The Glebe, Rathmolyon, Co. Meath and formerly Kilnagross, Kildalkey Road, Trim, Co. Meath, 19th April 2020, peacefully, at Our Lady’s Hospital, Navan.
Sadly missed by her heartbroken husband of 55 years, Martin, daughters Jacinta, Sylvia, Audrey, twins Sue-Ellen and Joanne, sons Martin and Darren, her 12 grandchildren and 5 great-grandchildren, sisters Mary and Vera, brothers Jimmy, Brian and Tony, extended family, neighbours and friends.
May Ellen Rest in Peace
Family flowers only. Donations, if desired, to Brother Liam at www.burrenchernobyl.ie
In keeping with Government restrictions, a Private Funeral will take place. A Memorial Mass will be held at a later date. If you wish to express your sympathy to Ellen’s family you may do so in the “Condolences” section at the rip.ie website below:
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