Seamus Loughran Obituary, Death – In Pottsville, Pennsylvania, tragedy has befallen the town with the sudden death of beloved local Seamus Loughran, a former member of the close-knit Drumcoo Green gang from the 1970s and 1980s. A tragic vehicle accident claimed Seamus’s life, creating a vacuum that still resonates with his friends, family, and the Madden Raparees GAC community.
Originating from Dungannon, Seamus endeared himself to everyone he met with his kindness and companionship. The Madden Raparees GAC conveyed their profound grief on the passing of Seamus’s father, Colm Loughran, a well-liked member of the club. Colm will always be remembered as a proud grandfather to Tia, Leona, and senior player Shane in the club, as well as a devoted father to Lorraine and a devoted father-in-law to Seamus.
Beyond only being a part of an extinct gang, Seamus Loughran was a colorful individual renowned for his contagious laughter, magnanimity, and strong feeling of belonging. Those who were fortunate enough to call him a friend are left with a huge hole in their lives following his demise. Madden Raparees GAC sends its deepest sympathies to the Grimley and Loughran family and all of its many friends who are grieving the death of this extraordinary person.
We send our condolences to Seamus’s siblings, Rita, Anne, Catherine, Patricia, Terry, Martina, and Bryan. Seamus was the late Ned and Rita’s son. Seamus leaves behind his children, Seamus, Shannon, Chris, Charlotte, and Jesse, in addition to his brothers. In honor of Seamus, the Madden Raparees GAC community recognizes his services to the club and the community at large and calls him a terrific lad.
Let us keep in mind the happiness that Seamus Loughran offered to people around him, the connections that he cultivated, and the legacy of kindness that he leaves behind as we say goodbye to him. May his loved ones find comfort in the treasured memories of a life well spent, and may he rest in peace.