Over €9,000 was raised in Sean Junior’s reminiscence to assist the voluntary work that the diving membership are doing within the midlands area.
The occasion in July was a fantastic success with over 100 vehicles from the world collaborating.
This assist is a superb tribute to Sean and a becoming testomony to his reminiscence.
Sean died in a tragic drowning accident in 2009 and is remembered with nice fondness by not solely his household but additionally his huge circle of pals and colleagues within the trucking business.
Sean Junior labored for ProTrans for numerous years as does his father Sean.
Vehicles had been an enormous a part of Sean Junior’s life and he had nice pals among the many truckers and the additionally McGrath Household from ProTrans.
Sean’s dad and mom, Sean and Myra Kelly and his sisters, Martina, Lorraine, Ashling and Lisa along with their pals organised the convoy to start out on the Scuba Divers Clubhouse.
The Longford Scuba Divers Search and Restoration educated divers are a part of a voluntary response workforce that work with the Coast Guard and An Garda Siochana to help with searches within the midlands and in addition the coastal area.
The cash donated to them in Sean Junior’s reminiscence can be used to assist the important service they supply in Co. Longford and our wider neighborhood.
The Membership want to thank everybody concerned on this nice occasion, the organisers and the many individuals who contributed their time for stewarding and marshalling, people who made donations and in addition the companies for his or her assist and donations of raffle prizes.
A most vital phrase of thanks is as a result of contributors themselves – the trucking neighborhood of Longford and the midlands area.
Their efforts in fundraising for Longford Scuba Divers Search and Restoration fund are very a lot appreciated.