Cali O’Leary Obituary, Cali O’Leary Has Passed Away Peacefully

Cali O’Leary Death, Obituary – Cali O’Leary was the name of the little girl who was killed in the unfortunate incident that took place in County Limerick yesterday evening. She was from the town of Athlacca, and it was confirmed that her name was Cali O’Leary. The incident took place in County Limerick.

A search effort was quickly initiated after it was reported that the girl, who was 13 years old at the time, had vanished without a trace. She was plucked from the Morning Star River in the small hours of the morning and taken to a safe location after being saved from the waterway.

After some time had passed, she was moved to University Hospital Limerick, which is where she was sent after being transported there by air ambulance. Later on, she was taken to University Hospital Limerick. There, it was determined that she had passed away not long after her arrival.

She is survived by her sister Kate, her brother Luke, and all of her other relatives and friends, including her parents, Anthony and Lynne. Her parents are also among those who survive her. In addition, she does not take her animals with her (Kelleher). The preparations that are being made for the funeral are now known to the general public.

This coming Thursday evening (the 2nd of February), between the hours of 5 and 7 o’clock in the evening, Cali will be resting in her family home located at V35 TY89. On the afternoon of Friday, March 3, when the funeral procession arrives at St. John the Baptist Church in Athlacca, there will be a Requiem Mass at 12.30 p.m., and then the burial will take place at the New Cemetery in Athlacca.

This coming Friday is the day when we will be holding the funeral.
The family has requested that donations be made to the International Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (which is committed to the care of all animals), and they have also requested that the house be kept private at times when it is not being used for the reposal of remains. Donations can be made to the International Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals here.