It is with inexpressible grief that we learned of the death of our dear friend and colleague Aidan Lynam. Aidan’s untimely death occurred in Clare while participating in our annual motorcycle fundraiser Rev-Up 4 DSI.
Rev-Up 4 DSI was the brainchild of Aidan’s, and poignantly this year marked the 10th anniversary of this event, which through Aidan and his fellow motorcyclists has raised over €1.6 million for Down Syndrome Ireland.
Our thoughts and prayers are with our dear friend and colleague, his wife Nikki and their three children, Robyn, Jake and Harry and all his loved ones.
Aidan was a much loved and valued senior member of our team at Down Syndrome Ireland, committed to his family and his work and all of our hearts are simply broken as we struggle to come to terms with this great loss.
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