Gary Grimley Obituary, Death – After learning of the passing of Gary Grimley, who had been a member of the club for many years, the community is in a state of profound bereavement and mourning. When Grimley was a younger boy, he used to be a member of the Madden Raparees GAC’s underage team and compete for them as a player. As a direct result of his passing, the club is going through an extremely difficult period marked by profound grief and melancholy. In addition to this, it was claimed at the time that Gary was one of the youngest bowlers competing in the Monaghan Zone.

Gary played for the Monaghan Zone. This transpired as a result of the fact that Gary had recently become ten years old. Gary was a very committed member of the Madden Bowls Club and bowling was a sport that held a great deal of interest and enthusiasm for him. Bowling was Gary’s go-to choice when it came to leisure time activities. When young Gary’s life had only just begun, it was taken from him far too soon after it had only just begun, which was a terrible way to cut his life short so soon after it had begun. This was an unfortunate way to cut Gary’s life short so soon after it had begun.

Being in Gary’s company was like taking a deep, revitalizing breath of clean, fresh air; it restored your energy and made you feel like a new person. Our deepest sympathies go out to his extended family as well as all of his other relatives and friends, and in particular to his mother and father, John and Anne, and his three sisters, Louise, Carly, and Leah. Our thoughts and prayers are with his extended family at this time.