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Family of late Shane raise money to buy equipment for local hospitals

The nephews and niece of the late Shane Gribben from Cabra have visited Daisy Hill and Craigavon Area hospitals to donate funds to buy equipment in his memory.

Shane sadly passed away last April at the age of 41 following a very short illness.

His family would like to thank all of the relatives, friends and work colleagues who so kindly made donations to purchase the equipment.

£1,700 was donated to buy a Vital Signs Monitor and a Syringe Driver for the Male Medical Ward at Daisy Hill Hospital and another £1,700 was used to buy a Patient Hoist for the Intensive Care Unit at Craigavon Area Hospital.

Staff at both hospitals who cared for Shane would like to thank the family for their very kind gesture and express their sincerest condolences at his loss.

Orla McConville and Daniel Gribben the niece and nephew of Shane Gribben are pictured presenting their cheque to purchase a Patient Hoist in his memory to Staff Nurse, Ruth McParland and Sister Siobhan Jaztal from the Intensive Care Unit at Craigavon Area Hospital.

Orla McConville and Daniel Gribben the niece and nephew of Shane Gribben are pictured presenting their cheque to purchase a Patient Hoist in his memory to Staff Nurse, Ruth McParland and Sister Siobhan Jaztal from the Intensive Care Unit at Craigavon Area Hospital.

Pictured presenting their cheque to purchase a Vital Signs Monitor and Syringe Driver to Sister Siobhan Rooney, Male Medical Ward at Daisy Hill Hospital in memory of Shane Gribben are his nephews Niall McConville and Daniel Gribben.

Pictured presenting their cheque to purchase a Vital Signs Monitor and Syringe Driver to Sister Siobhan Rooney, Male Medical Ward at Daisy Hill Hospital in memory of Shane Gribben are his nephews Niall McConville and Daniel Gribben.

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