On behalf of Ashling Murphy, the Limerick City and County Council and Mary Immaculate College have launched Condolence Books.
The Limerick City and County Council Book of Condolences is open until January 20th on Limerick.ie.
The condolence book is open for seven days on Limerick.ie.
To Ashling’s relatives, the book will be collected.
“On behalf of the people of Limerick city and county, I would like to express my deepest sympathy to Ashling’s parents, relatives and friends,” said Mayor Daniel Butler.
This illustrates how loved and respected she was in her local community and beyond, notably in Limerick where she attended at Mary Immaculate College.
“Her college classmates and the MIC teachers and staff are shocked by Ashling’s untimely and terrible death.
“It’s terrifying that someone may go for a run and be attacked and killed.” We must defend everyone in our society.”
Staff and students at Mary Immaculate College are asked to pay tribute to Ashling and convey condolences to her friends and family.
Messages will be forwarded to the Murphy family via a dedicated portal.
Send condolences to [email protected] If you desire to remain anonymous, please state so in the subject line.
There is still time to sign the MIC Book of Condolences!
A Table of Remembrance and a tangible Book of Condolences have been set up in the MIC Main Reception in honour of the graduate.
The MIC flag will be half-mast till her funeral.
Later this month, when students return for the Spring Semester, MIC and MISU will hold a vigil. More information to follow.
A memorial will be held today at 6pm at Arthurs Quay in honour of Ashling and other victims of gender-based violence.
Bring a light and follow health guidelines for social separation and face masks.
The I Love Limerick staff sends condolences to everybody who knew and loved Ashling.
Go raibh a hanam.