Sad­ness and shock at death of War­ren (21)

POP­U­LAR BAR­MAN WAS AN AVID SPORTS­MAN

Bray People - - NEWS - MARY FOG­A­RTY

COM­MU­NI­TIES IN Bray, En­niskerry and Kil­macanogue, have been stricken with grief fol­low­ing the death of War­ren Coster Coogan (21), who died sud­denly and in tragic cir­cum­stances early last Satur­day morn­ing.

War­ren, who was in his mother's Bray home when the tragedy oc­curred, was liv­ing re­cently in Dublin, and orig­i­nally from En­niskerry. He also lived in Kil­macanogue for around six years dur­ing his teens.

He is sur­vived by his heartbroken mother Yvonne Coster and fa­ther War­ren Coogan as well as his two brothers and two sis­ters, cousins and re­la­tions.

War­ren at­tended St. Mary's and St. Ger­ard's Pri­mary School in En­niskerry and St. Kil­ian's Com­mu­nity School in Bray.

He was a pop­u­lar bar­man in for­mer Clancy's pub on Quins­boro Road, was also in­volved in a va­ri­ety of sports dur­ing his life, and was known for an as­sort­ment of 10 tat­toos.

War­ren was an avid Manch­ester United Sup­porter, and cited Wayne Rooney amongst his favourite play­ers, as well as FC Barcelona's Lionel Messi.

Kil­macanogue GAA and En­niskerry soc­cer club both can­celled their matches over the week­end as a mark of re­spect for the young man and his fam­ily.

‘He was a per­son who was full of en­ergy, and fun lov­ing,' re­called a friend, shocked by the loss of his child­hood pal. ‘No­body saw it com­ing.'

He will re­pose at Thomas Mur­phy and Sons Fu­neral Home, Boghall Road, from 11 a.m. this morn­ing ( Wed­nes­day), with re­moval at 2 p.m. to The Im­mac­u­late Heart of Mary Church, En­niskerry, ar­riv­ing for the Fu­neral Mass at 2.30 p.m.

The cer­e­mony will be fol­lowed by a cre­ma­tion ser­vice in Mount Jerome Cre­ma­to­rium.

The late War­ren Coster Coogan.

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