Colin O'Donoghue

Cleveland, Ohio


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O'DONOGHUE COLIN O'DONOGHUE, age 28. Cherished son of Paul O'Donoghue and Carolyn O'Donoghue (nee Chambers); dear brother of Ryan; loving grandson of Phyllis and the late Paul O'Donoghue and Dorothy and the late Robert Chambers; special friend and partner of Alexis Vinick; beloved nephew of Kevin...

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I talked to you in a dream today colin it has been a long time since I thought of our times at OU together you were an older brother to me and a great friend rest in peace my brother I miss you

Colin - I think of you because of the love your brother Ryan and all of these people continually express. Though we never met it is very obvious you were a special human that is incredibly missed.



I need your of my wrestler passed away today. Can you take him under your wing. He is a great kid..
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Donny Caramell

I've got a picture I carry around of you Colin. I really am so thankful to have been at O.U. together with you and meeting your brother and friends and family. I talked to Wervey's good to think of you, always fond memories. All my love my friend..thank you for all you've taught me. I think and talk about you often. Peace.

Hey Col, thought I'd send some love your way. Hope things are copacetic in the hereafter...

Holidays are now past, thought about you and your family, and others that you have most definitely met in the last couple years...I get a peacefulness when I think of you Colin. Just wish that upon your family and all the others that have lost the ones they love. Was like spring yesterday, and then the snow came....thought of you.....thanks for looking over us all

hey love. i always think about you around this's our birthday month. actually i think about you a lot and i can still hear your voice and see your sweet face. love you always! xoxo


Although it has been over a year since my last post, I think about you every day.

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Got an email from this site, love reading posts from people that loved you so. I do think about your family and you a lot. There is a chill in the air, but not in my heart when I think of you. Love having you watching out for all of us down here in this crazy world.