London GAA is in mourning today following the sad passing of its former chairman Tommy Harrell.
The Wexford native had been recently re-elected as Oifgeach na Gaeilge at the first county convention he missed since 1960 due to his illness.
An incredible servant to London hurling over the past half century, tributes have been pouring in for the late Fr Murphys clubman on Twitter this morning:
TOMMY HARRELL RIP:— Fr. Murphy’s London (@FrMurphsHurling) December 15, 2018
It is with regret that we inform you of the passing of long serving club member Tommy Harrell. Tommy passed away yesterday after a long battle with illness.
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May he Rest In Peace. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam. pic.twitter.com/RInTyDqui2
It is with great sadness that London GAA report the passing of former chairperson Tommy Harrell. The Wexford and Fr Murphys man was recently re-elected as Oifgeach na Gaeilge at the first County Convention he missed since 1960.— Official London GAA (@LONDAINGAA) December 15, 2018
RIP Tommy. Ar dheis Dé do raibh a anam. pic.twitter.com/7XSYdfdznk
Sorry to hear of the death of former @LONDAINGAA Chairman and Senior Hurling Manager who gave so much to the GAA in London and further afield. He will be sadly missed. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a ainm #gaa #london pic.twitter.com/fjo1s3vl1r— Cóilín Duffy (@coilinduffy) December 15, 2018
RIP...a great London Gael. https://t.co/Pir7OaMUOl— Edward McGuigan (@EddieMc1981) December 15, 2018
Unbelievable servant to @LONDAINGAA . Rest in peace Tommy— Mort Reidy (@MortReidy) December 15, 2018
Terrible sad to here the sad news of Tommy Harrell death he put up a great battle and gave 50 years service to london GAA symphony to his family Martin Sinead and Orla and all his extended family Rip Tommy— Tom 6565 (@TomMohan3) December 15, 2018