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HHT Ireland Remembrance Page, a space dedicated to honoring and celebrating the lives of our beloved community members who have passed away. Here, we pay tribute to their courage, strength, and the lasting impact they have made on our lives. Through shared stories and cherished memories, we remember those who bravely faced the challenges of HHT and continue to inspire us with their resilience and spirit. This page serves as a heartfelt reminder of their contributions and the love they brought into our lives. May their memories live on in our hearts forever.

John Sheridan

It is with heavy hearts the passing of John Sheridan from Kilberry, Navan, Meath, a cherished friend of HHT Ireland. John peacefully departed this life at Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital, enveloped in the love and care of his devoted family. His warmth, kindness, and unwavering friendship will leave an indelible mark on all who knew him. John will be forever missed and remembered. May John Rest in Peace.

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Maryann McCafferty

Our hearts are always with you Maryann McCafferty, the beloved sister of Donald Whoriskey. Donald, an active member of HHT Ireland, and Maryann graced us with their presence at our Annual Patient Forum in Portlaoise in 2019, where their warmth and dedication touched us deeply. Maryann bravely endured AVMs on her liver for many years and courageously shared her personal story with our community. Tragically, she succumbed to pancreatic cancer on 27th May 2024, leaving behind a family steeped in love and cherished memories.

Our heartfelt thanks go to the Whoriskey family for their generous donation of €580 at Maryann’s wake. May Maryann Rest in Peace.

Maryann HHT
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In Memory of.....

The late Nicola Firth. Donation from Nicola’s husband – Mr Matthew Firth & family.

The late Barry Connolly of Dundalk. Donation from Barry’s good friend Pat Kerley, Dublin.