The distraught family of Savannah Calvert has confirmed details of the funeral for the tragic teenager who lost her life after being hit by a car in Limerick city earlier this week, reports The Mirror.
Savannah, 14, was pronounced dead at Limerick University Hospital on Thursday after being hit by a car in the Bank Place area of the city at around 11.30pm on Wednesday night.
Savannah, who had cystic fibrosis, was remembered as “affectionate, beautiful young lady who gave life all she got.” Her mother sadly passed away just eight months ago to cancer.
Devastated friends and family members gathered at Sister Savannah’s house last night to release balloons in her honour, reports The Mirror.
Details of Savannah’s funeral have been revealed.
A statement on RIP.ie reads: “Beloved daughter of Dermot & the recently deceased Jacqueline, adored sister of Diane, Deborah, Linda, Stacey, Chloe, Joelene, Denika, Dermot, Lee, Richard, Ross, Kieran and the late Sophie & Katie. Sadly missed by her heartbroken family, nieces, nephews, nana Bonnie Barry, sisters-in-law, brothers-in law, extended family & many friends. Reposing at Griffin’s Funeral Home, John’s Gate on Monday, 21st August, from 2pm to 4pm. Arriving at St. John’s Cathedral on Tuesday, 22nd August, for Requiem Mass at 11am. Funeral afterwards to Mount St. Oliver Cemetery,” reports The Mirror.
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