Limerick victim of Tipperary road collision named locally

The late Cathal (Gearóid) Hensman.

A LIMERICK man who lost his life in a road accident in County Tipperary last week has been named locally.

Cathal (Gearóid) Hensman died when he was stuck by a car on the R445 Old Dublin Road in Nenagh, County Tipperary, on Friday (August 4).

The late Mr Hensman, of Newtown in Clarina, is survived by his parents Jane (Jenny) and Trevor, his siblings Colm, Niamh, Aisling, and Róisín, his aunts and uncle, nieces and nephews, and a wide circle of friends and family.

Mr Hensman will repose at St. Joseph’s Church, Ballybrown, this evening, Wednesday (9 August) from 4.30pm to 7pm.

Requiem Mass for Mr Hensman will take place tomorrow (Thursday August 10) at 11.30am, followed by burial in Kilkeedy Cemetery.

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Mr Hensman’s family have suggested mourners make donations in his name to the charity of their choice.