Anthony Flynn Death – Obituary News : co-founder of Ichh Dublin has died .
We are sad to report that co-founder of Inner City Helping Homeless, Anthony Flynn has passed away, according to the following statements posted on social media on August 17. 2021.
Inner City Helping Homeless wrote.
Dublin, Ireland · We are broken hearted to say we were notified of the death of our co-founder of Inner City Helping Homeless, Anthony Flynn. This tragic loss is a source of deep shock to all of us at ICHH. We wish to express our sadness and deepest condolences to his family and friends at his sad passing. Anthony was a person who passionately cared about the plight of the homeless and fought to give them a voice and a home. As one of the founders of ICHH, he turned that belief into action. Anthony’s passing is a tragedy and we are all joined in expressing our condolences to Anthony’s family, friends, and colleagues. ICHH is committed to continuing the necessary work begun by Anthony R.I.P Anto
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Rip anto you were a true gentleman u got me to where I am today you and your team you helped my daughter Katelyn get true her mental health you listened to her when nobody else did you fought hard for us you got her into councelling etc my heart is broken for your family anto you put your heart and soul into us but not just us everyone you helped all de homeless u helped you did from your heart you never gave up I will never forget what you did for my girls and me rest in peace .Tina Andreucetti wrote
So shocked and saddened at death of such an incredible campaigner for our most vulnerable. Sincere condolences to his family, friends, colleagues and wider community who will be #RIP Anthony
Naomi Somerville-Foxall wrote
Very sad, may he rest in peace. Thoughts are with your family, friends and colleagues.
shocked to hear this sad news may you rest easy in paradise Anto ,Condolences to your Family,Friends and ICHH.
Eva Donlon wrote
Such a huge loss, deepest condolences to his family, friends and all he has worked it. His work will be forever remembered.
Hils Cully wrote
So Sad to hear. Thoughts are with his family and friends in this sad time.
Godfrey Chimb wrote
He did great work for Dublin. What a tragic loss and story this past week. May God comfort his family, friends and the ICHH community at large
Mairead Stenson wrote
Very sad news Thinking of his family and friends Rest in peace Anthony and thank you
Andrea McQuillan wrote
I am so sorry to have read this news. He was so good at fighting for homeless rights. To everyone at ichh, his family and friends, sending prayers. May he rest in peace
Anita Murphy wrote
Terrible news,, deepest sympathy to his family and friends and everyone at Inner City Homeless, may he rest in peace.
Miriam Mathews Anderson wrote
Such shocking news and a huge loss. So sorry for Anthony, his family and friends who must be devastated.
Denise Kearney wrote
Very sad to hear this, may he rip. Prayers are with his family, friends and co workers a man they should be so proud of.
Lynda Nolan wrote
May he rest in peace saddened to hear of Anthony’s passing. He was a incredible man who gave so much to help our most vulnerable citizens . Thoughts & prayers with his family, friends & colleagues.
Melissa D’arcy wrote
Absolutely devastating news sincere condolences to all at ichh and anthonys family i did not know the man personally but from hes social media life i felt as tho i did hes passion for fighting for others and the love he showed towards his family were both very evident,hes passing is a massive loss to his home constituence in the inner city and the wider community i can only imagine how hes nearest n dearest feel as an outsider not even knowin him hes death has hit me n ive bn thinkin of him since i seen the news may he rest in peace i dont think there are many young men like him and he was taken far too soon
Carol Mc wrote
I will never be able to thank him for all he did.
He was an absolute inspiration.
He was the voice for our homeless He made sure every child in emergency accommodation had a present for Christmas.
My thoughts are with Gerry Clare Brian and Ann and all the staff and volunteers in Ichh.
Johan Hanlon wrote
Tragic massive loss, what a wonderful man who cared and dedicated his life to helping the homeless. Shocking news, sincere condolences to his family and friends. Rip Anto