Limerick biker club extends sympathy to family of Catherine Danaher

Donal O’Regan

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Donal O’Regan

Road Tramps member Andrew O’Donoghue with partner Catherine Danaher, who died this week

Road Tramps member Andrew O’Donoghue with partner Catherine Danaher, who died this week

THE ROAD Tramps motorcycle club have extended their sympathies to the family of Catherine Danaher, who died on Wednesday.

Ms Danaher, aged 43, from Cappamore, was the partner of Road Tramps member Andrew O’Donoghue, who was murdered at the gates of the motorcycle club at Mountfune, Murroe in June 2015.

On the biker club’s Facebook page a post reads: “RIP Catherine Danaher. Deepest sympathies to Ava and all your family and friends. ROAD TRAMPS MC.”

It is accompanied by a photograph of a smiling Mr O’Donoghue and Ms Danaher.

It is one of hundreds of tributes posted online after Ms Danaher tragically passed away in her sleep.

Under the Road Tramps post, one wrote: “Rest in peace Catherine. Your heart was broken the night you lost Andrew. You have met your soulmate again. Look down on your daughter Ava. Deepest condolences to both families.”

Ms Danaher will be buried in the same graveyard as Mr O’Donoghue after 11.30am Mass on Saturday in Murroe church. Reposing at Meehan's Funeral Home, Cappamore this Friday evening from 5.30pm with removal at 7.30pm.

Ms Danaher is sadly missed by her heartbroken daughter Ava, mother Eileen, brother Roger, sisters Clodagh and Sinead, aunt, uncle, nieces, nephew, cousins and a large circle of friends.