It is with deepest sadness that we inform you of the death of our esteemed co-founder and Chairperson, Tom Keogh.
Like you, at Stepaside FC and the wider community of Stepaside and Enniskerry, we have all lost a very dear friend, a true leader to all the girls and boys at the club, it is very upsetting for us all.
Words can’t describe how energetic, great and admired Tom was. Our condolences to his wife Joanne, his children Evan, Zara and Reuben and his extended family. They are in our thoughts and prayers.
His human impact and co-created legacy will live on through us all at Stepaside FC now and into the future. As Tom would say to the players, ‘Never go through life without goals’. May he rest in peace.
KEOGH, Tom (Stepaside, Dublin 18 and formerly of Enniskerry, Co. Wicklow) - July 07, 2020 (Peacefully) after a short illness at the Mater Hospital. Beloved husband of Joanne, much loved Dad of Evan, Zara and Reuben, and adored son of Kathleen and Leo; sadly missed by his loving family, his brother Peter and sister Cynthia, mother-in-law Anne, brother and sister-in-law, nephews, nieces, extended family, relatives and many friends.
May he Rest in Peace
Due to Recent Government Guidelines on public gatherings, a private funeral for Tom will be held for close friends and family. The Funeral Mass will be streamed live through the St. Brigid’s Church, Cabinteely Parish Webcam https://cabinteelyparish.ie/parish-services/web-cam/ and will be accessible from 11.00am on Friday, 10th July.
Those who would have liked to have attended the funeral, but due to current restrictions cannot or feel unable to do so can leave personal messages of condolence for the family in the section marked ‘Condolence’ below. All enquires the Massey Bros., Newtown Park, Blackrock, Tel: (01) 280 4454.