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The family of the late Ryan O’Hara: Geoffrey, Theresa & Meghan, of Cushendun and Armoy, wish to acknowledge the many expressions of sympathy and gestures of kindness shown to us in our time of sorrow. It was a source of great comfort to witness the regard held for Ryan and we were uplifted by the outpouring of love shown to us in his name.

We offer our heartfelt thanks to the many friends, family and well-wishers who visited our home, attended the wake, service & burial and who provided emotional and practical support for us at this difficult time. For those who phoned, travelled long distances, sent floral tributes, cards & messages of condolence - we are truly grateful.

We are so very appreciative of the dignified care received by Ryan in the ICU at Royal Victoria Hospital, Belfast and will be eternally grateful for the untold compassion you extended to us as well.

As a family we would like to express a special word of thanks to Leanne Campbell who was so selfless of her time and a constant support to not only us but Ryan’s beloved granny Tina too; to everyone who lined the route to his final resting place - in particular the Robert Emmets & Glen Rovers hurling clubs for their proud guard of honours; to all those who contributed to the funeral service, notably Zane Kinney who played the whistle graveside and to Andrew & Catherine at McAlister’s Funeral Directors - as well as Peter Dallat, Michael McSparran and their respective staff - for their guidance, empathy and professional handling of all arrangements.

Thank you to Fr Noel McKendry for the time spent with us and for celebrating the requiem mass; the sacristans Patsy & Aidan; those who prepared the grave and all who contributed to traffic control on the day.

Thank you to the local businesses who generously supplied refreshments during the wake and after the burial.

As it is impossible to thank everyone individually, we hope this acknowledgement can go some way towards expressing our sincere gratitude to you all.

Ryans months mind will be celebrated at St Patrick’s Church, Cushendun at 6pm on Saturday 11th June.

To end, a word to ‘Mush’ - our one and only who our lives revolved around.
Thank you for all the things we once cursed you for - the terrible jokes that were closely followed by that deafening laugh, your trademark indecisiveness that drove us all mad & that boyhood roguishness that never left you. Your all too short life has left a lasting impression on everyone who loved you, our hearts will surely ache for you forever. You’ll Never Walk Alone.

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Ryan O'HARA

The family of the late Ryan O’Hara: Geoffrey, Theresa & Meghan, of Cushendun and Armoy, wish to acknowledge the many expressions of sympathy and gestures of kindness shown to us in our time of sorrow. It was a source of great comfort to witness the regard held for Ryan and we were uplifted by the outpouring of love shown to us in his name.

We offer our heartfelt thanks to the many friends, family and well-wishers who visited our home, attended the wake, service & burial and who provided emotional and practical support for us at this difficult time. For those who phoned, travelled long distances, sent floral tributes, cards & messages of condolence - we are truly grateful.

We are so very appreciative of the dignified care received by Ryan in the ICU at Royal Victoria Hospital, Belfast and will be eternally grateful for the untold compassion you extended to us as well.

As a family we would like to express a special word of thanks to Leanne Campbell who was so selfless of her time and a constant support to not only us but Ryan’s beloved granny Tina too; to everyone who lined the route to his final resting place - in particular the Robert Emmets & Glen Rovers hurling clubs for their proud guard of honours; to all those who contributed to the funeral service, notably Zane Kinney who played the whistle graveside and to Andrew & Catherine at McAlister’s Funeral Directors - as well as Peter Dallat, Michael McSparran and their respective staff - for their guidance, empathy and professional handling of all arrangements.

Thank you to Fr Noel McKendry for the time spent with us and for celebrating the requiem mass; the sacristans Patsy & Aidan; those who prepared the grave and all who contributed to traffic control on the day.

Thank you to the local businesses who generously supplied refreshments during the wake and after the burial.

As it is impossible to thank everyone individually, we hope this acknowledgement can go some way towards expressing our sincere gratitude to you all.

Ryans months mind will be celebrated at St Patrick’s Church, Cushendun at 6pm on Saturday 11th June.

To end, a word to ‘Mush’ - our one and only who our lives revolved around.
Thank you for all the things we once cursed you for - the terrible jokes that were closely followed by that deafening laugh, your trademark indecisiveness that drove us all mad & that boyhood roguishness that never left you. Your all too short life has left a lasting impression on everyone who loved you, our hearts will surely ache for you forever. You’ll Never Walk Alone.

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