Dale Hannon kicked the bucket unexpectedly in Tenerife on September 9 and Chloe Higgins passed on at home last Friday, only eight days after her accomplice's demise.
Chloe, a 26-year-old mother of two, who was a half year pregnant at the hour of her demise, is made due by her folks Martin and Michelle, girls Tia and Charley, sisters Leona and Megan, grandparents Richie and Ann, Johnny and Geraldine, uncles and aunties.
Dale was to be let go today in Mount St Oliver graveyard following a memorial service Mass at Our Lady of Lourdes Church while his accomplice Chloe will be covered on Friday in Mount St Lawrence old burial ground following a burial service Mass at St. Rescuer's Dominican Church.
Chloe's mass will be streamed live.
Dale is predeceased by his folks Olivia and Billy, and his as of late perished accomplice Chloe.
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His passing notification on RIP.IE said: "profoundly lamented by his auntie Lisa, sibling Dylan, cousins Kersley and Kayden, grandma Bridget, uncle Pa, and accomplice Cathy, nephew, niece, different family members, and companions.
"Composition Mass (for family and dear companions) will happen at 11.30 am on Wednesday (September 22) in Our Lady of Lourdes Church, Childers Road, with the memorial service a short time later to Mount St Oliver Cemetery."
Accolades have poured in for the youthful couple following the misfortune.
One individual said: "Totally Heartbroken. Tear Chloe Higgins, you're with Dale now. If it's not too much trouble, mind your two young ladies."
One more added: "Genuine sympathies to the two families on such unfortunate news may their delicate spirits find happiness in the hereafter petitions and musings with you all at this troublesome time".
Honoring Dale, a Limerick Facebook page said: "Dale was an exceptionally cheerful out somewhat fellow with a gigantic friend network from everywhere Limerick, you will be genuinely missed by everybody."
One more said: "May God give Dale the best bed in paradise, stand-out, I will always remember you, thinking about his family at this tragic time."
Hyde Rangers FC and the Limerick District League both gave their sympathies and said: "Most unimaginable sympathies to the Hannon Family on the tragic passing of Dale. May he find happiness in the hereafter."