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Kieran and Bobs Marathon Challange

On the 19th of September 2017 we tragically lost our beloved Martin Kehoe Jnr (33) in a farming accident. Martin was a devoted and loving father, husband, son, brother and friend, with his whole life ahead of him.

His family meant the world to him and sadly in his untimely passing Martin left behind his wife Kerrie, daughters Aoibheann (5), Saoirse (3) and son Tadhg (1). As well as his father Martin Snr, brother Willie John, sisters Eleanor, Michelle and Christina. In his short life Martin met and befriended many people in the most positive and rewarding ways, enriching the lives of everyone who knew him.

Farming thoroughly was Martins passion and gave him untold happiness. He was extremely popular and respected within the entire farming community. The sudden death of Martin has left many people heartbroken.

Although family, friends and the greater community have gone above and beyond with their generosity, kindness and support during this tragic time; external support is also very important.
Embrace FARM is a charity organisation established in Ireland to help families of individuals just like our family, affected by farm tragedies and accidents. Embrace FARM aims to develop a positive support network for those families, by linking them together and providing the necessary bereavement counsellors and support for those in need.

Farming is a massive part of Irish culture but is also a dangerous job. Unfortunately, we are not the only family with a heart-breaking story. But thanks to Embrace FARM and their dedication to supporting individuals and families affected by these life changing events and their promotion of the importance of farm safety, everything seems a little brighter.
On October 28th myself Kieran Tracey along with my father Bob, will be running the Dublin city Marathon to raise funds for the great work that Embrace FARM do. Please help us in anyway way you can. No donation is too small.
Thank You

Supporters

15
17-10-2018

Rachael O'Farrell

20.00
17-10-2018

Clair Weare

Good luck and well done!

10.00
17-10-2018

Will Royle

10.00
17-10-2018

Robin

Best of luck with it

50.00
14-10-2018

Liam Rowsome

40.00
11-10-2018

Anonymous

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Leegaune, Leegaune, Foulksmills, Co. Wexford, IRELAND - Y35 pn29