Cali O’Leary Death, Obituary – Cali O’Leary was the young girl who lost her life in the tragic incident that took place in County Limerick last night. The incident took place in County Limerick. It was determined that her name was Cali O’Leary, and that she was originally from the community of Athlacca.
The occurrence happened yesterday about dinner time. When it was discovered that the girl, who was 13 years old at the time, had vanished without a trace, a search operation was immediately put into action. The information that the girl had vanished without a trace was obtained.
After being rescued from the river in the small hours of the morning, she was transported to a secure facility after being extracted from the river. A medical examiner at University Hospital Limerick, where she had been placed after being transported there by air ambulance, determined that she had gone away after some time had passed since her arrival there.
This was determined after it had been determined that she had been transported there by air ambulance. She is survived by her sister Kate, her brother Luke, and all of her other family and friends, including her parents, Anthony and Lynne. Her parents are also among those who are able to remember her.
Her parents are also counted among the people who will live on after her does. In addition to that, she does not bring her pets along with her (Kelleher). The particulars of the funeral preparations that are currently being carried out have been made available to the general public in their entirety.
Cali will be resting in the home she shares with her family at the address V35 TY89 between the hours of 5 and 7 o’clock in the evening on the Thursday that is immediately following today, which is the 2nd of February. After the funeral procession arrives at St. John the Baptist Church in Athlacca on Friday, March 3, in the afternoon,
There will be a Requiem Mass at 12.30 p.m., and then the burial will take place in the New Cemetery in Athlacca. The funeral is scheduled to take place on the following Friday, which is this coming Friday. The family has asked that donations be made to the International Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (which is dedicated to the care of all animals)
And they have also asked that the house be kept private at all times when it is not being used for the reposal of remains. Donations can be made here. The family has also asked that the house be kept private when it is not being used for the reposal of remains. You can provide financial support to the International Society for the Prevention.