Irene Marion Bull Obituary, Westhoughton Mourns Woman Killed In A Fatal Crash On Lower Leigh Road. – Death – The world obits

Irene Marion Bull Obituary, Death – Sadly, on December 18, Irene Marion Bull (née Hanaghan), 71, of Westhoughton, passed away in the hospital from injuries she suffered in a collision on Lower Leigh Road. Irene was a strong, brave woman, and her legacy lives on in the hearts of her loved ones. Officers from GMP’s Serious Collision Investigation Unit are currently conducting ongoing investigations into the incident, which happened at around 4:15 pm.

In order to aid their investigations, authorities are requesting information and dashcam footage from witnesses. They are urging anyone with relevant details to contact the police, citing log 2213 of 15/12/23. The legacy of Irene’s strength and determination is that of a powerful and unyielding individual. Her beloved grandchildren, Connor and Callum, as well as her beloved children, Paul and Lindsey, are mourning her loss with great sorrow.

She was the rock upon which their family rested, and legend has it that her unfaltering devotion to her children helped her weather the storms of life. A representative for the family expressed their deepest condolences, while also praising Irene for her incredible resilience in the face of adversity and the unending love she had for her children. As she passes away, her loved ones find comfort in her reunification with her mother, Kathleen, and the relief from suffering that comes with it.

“RIP Mum, you’re now free from pain,” the family says with a heavy heart as they say goodbye, recognizing the hole that Irene’s departure has left.  They will never be the same because of the devastating loss. Even though everyone is sad about Irene’s death, her story is an inspiration of strength and love. In this difficult time, the people of Westhoughton have come together to support the family, remembering a woman admired for her resilience and steadfast devotion to her loved ones.

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