Dillon Joseph Kidney-Quinn, 2, died suddenly on Monday, December 26, 2022. Let’s see, how did Dillon Joseph Kidney-Quinn die and his cause of death in detail.
How did Dillon Joseph Kidney-Quinn die?
Dillon Joseph Kidney-Quinn, a 2-year-old child from Mountmellick, Laois sadly passed away on December 26, 2022, surrounded by his loving family. The little boy passed away due to illness.
His devoted parents Ann and Gavin, big siblings Tyler and Daragh, Hannah, grandparents, Martin and Marie, Joe and Marion, aunts, uncles, and cousins, great-grandmother, as well as a large network of family and friends, will all miss him dearly.
Dillon Joseph Kidney-Quinn cause of death:
Dillon Joseph Kidney-Quinn cause of death was an illness.
The Little Blue Heroes adored Little Dillon, who served as an honorary Garda of their Organization. The group shared their heartfelt condolences saying,
“Our hearts are saddened to hear that one of our Little Blue Heroes Honorary Garda Dillon Joseph Kidney–Quinn passed away unexpectedly on 26 December, surrounded by his loving family. We are so proud that Honorary Garda Dillon HG211 is and will always be part of the Little Blue Family.”
“In police work, we talk about bravery, honor, and courage and Dillon exemplified all of that. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.”
“Little Blue Hero laid to rest, he wore the uniform and gave his best, Little Blue Hero fought so bravely every day, with honor and courage every step of the way, Little Blue Hero smiled when you greet him, now to take up duty on a heavenly beat.”
“Little Blue Hero we will never forget and always remember the times we met. Little Blue Hero under your care, watch down upon us and your guiding light we will share.”
Laois-Offaly gardaí also sympathized with Dillon’s family on social media tonight, as they said: “Heartbreaking news. Rest in peace. Thoughts and prayers with his family.”
The Dillon Mass of the Angels will be held on Saturday at 10 a.m. in Mountmellick’s St. Joseph’s Church. After that, the burial in St. Joseph’s Cemetery.
Only send flowers to the family. Alternatively, donations can be sent to https://www.littleblueheroes.org/donate or https://www.childrenshealth.ie/donate
On the online part of the rip.ie, sympathizers may post their expressions of sorrow. On www.mountmellickparish.ie, a live broadcast of the Mass will be available.
Tributes to Dillon:
Garda Síochána Laois Offaly posted,
Heartbreaking news. Rest in peace. Thoughts and prayers with his family.
What’s On Mountmellick posted,
Beautiful little Angel Dillon. Sending our deepest condolences and sincere sympathy to you all, may little Dillon rest in peace and be given the warmest softest bed in heaven.
Emma Lawless posted,
My beautiful godson I will miss u so much buddy looks over ur mammy and daddy and brother and sister you are the brightest star in the sky buddy love you always.
Colette Fogarty commented,
Fly High HG Dillon Joseph. Heaven has gained another beautiful Angel. Condolences to your family, friends & buddies.
Mary O Callaghan commented,
Hg Dillon rest now little man you have done your duty may you get the softest bed in heaven condolences to your heartbroken parents family and friends from a mother x
Tina Buckley posted,
Rest in peace HG Dillon my condolences to your family, friends little blue hero friends and your guarda friends.
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