Death Notice: Martin Lawlor, Manchester, Tralee, and Claramore

The death has occurred of Martin Lawlor, of Manchester and Tralee, Claramore, Millstreet, Cork. Passed away unexpectedly, beloved husband of Helen (neé Murphy, West End, Millstreet), wonderful father of Jennifer, Samuel and Rebecca, much loved son of Noreen and Jerry, loving brother of John, Diarmuid and Susan, brother in law of Maria and Marguerite, mother in law Teresa (Corcoran, West End), sister in law Sheila, all his many aunts and uncles, his very valued work colleagues in Forensic and Rehabilitation Psychiatry and ‘State of Mind Ireland’, relatives, friends and neighbours.
Lying in repose at his residence at Claramore, Millstreet on Monday evening from 5pm to 7pm. Reception into St Patrick’s Church Millstreet on Tuesday for 12 noon Mass and burial afterwards to St Mary’s Cemetery, Millstreet. [rip]




Cabbie quizzed by gardai after top psychiatrist Dr Martin Lawlor dies in Cork hit-and-run (15 Dec 2018):- The collision happened in bad weather conditions on the N27 Airport Road on the outskirts of Cork city shortly after 5.30am Saturday morning…
Psychiatrist hit by car on airport road, inquest told (22nd Oct 2019):-  Gardaí have forwarded a file to the DPP following an investigation into the death of a consultant psychiatrist in a hit-and-run incident last Christmas and are currently awaiting a decision on charges, an inquest has heard.

Man, 74, charged with hit and run offences arising out of a fatal road traffic collision in Cork (14th May 2020)

Cork taxi driver jailed for hit-and-run which caused death of psychiatrist (3rd February 2021)


2 thoughts on “Death Notice: Martin Lawlor, Manchester, Tralee, and Claramore”

  1. From Waterloo Manor and InMind Healthcare.
    We would like to pay our sincere respects and offer our deepest sympathy to Dr Martin Lawlor’s Family, Friends and Colleagues.
    This tragic news comes as a great shock to all of us here who worked with Martin over the years.
    This is a great loss for not only his friends, family and colleagues, but also for Mental Health Services and the many patients he cared for throughout his career.
    He was well liked and respected, and he was a very kind, caring and supportive man.
    Words cannot begin to express the great sorrow that has been felt throughout the hospital and the Yorkshire and Humber community.
    He will be truly missed.

  2. So very sad and such a lovely man, I really enjoyed working with him. My thoughts are with his family.

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