John Maher Obituary, Death – John (Toddler) Maher, a former member of the St. Molleran’s GAA & Camogie Club, passed away unexpectedly and tragically not too long ago, and we just found out about it. The news has brought on a feeling of profound melancholy for all of us. Because John had devoted so many years of his life to the GAA, everyone who knew him had a great deal of respect for him.
This was especially true considering how long he had been involved in the organization.
Wherever you encountered John, whether it was on duty in his beloved St. Mollerans GAA Pitch in Carrick Beg, or on the sidelines of pitches located throughout County Waterford, or simply on the side of the street or in the shops, John would greet you with a smile and strike up a conversation with you.
This was true whether you encountered John on the sidelines of a pitch in County Waterford or on the sidelines of a pitch anywhere else. This was the case in any circumstance in which you came into contact with John. The news of John’s unexpected death last night (Sunday) has sent shockwaves throughout the GAA Community in County Waterford. As fellow Gaels, we know only too well of his passion and commitment to his beloved club St. Mollerans.
As such, the news has sent shockwaves throughout the GAA Community. We are acutely aware of the devastating impact that John’s untimely death will have not only on his family but also on the organization to which he devoted such a significant portion of his life. John had been a part of St. Mollerans for a good number of years.
The members of the Portlaw GAA Club would like to take this opportunity to extend our most sincere condolences to John’s wife Kay, as well as to the rest of John’s family and friends, as well as to all of his clubmates in the St. Mollerans GAA Club. John passed away recently, and we are saddened to hear of his passing.
I hope and pray that John will finally find rest.