Peter Cooke Death – Obituary: A well-known member of the Galway community passed away “unexpectedly,” causing the community to be in a state of mourning. Peter Cooke, previously of Cooke’s Thatch Bar on Newcastle Road, went suddenly yesterday, August 2, in a tragic accident. He was a resident of Tuam.
During his tenure at Cooke’s Thatch Bar, Peter was a well-known publican who established himself as an integral part of the community. Peter was also a big fan of the sport of hockey. Peter’s family, friends, and community members will miss him dearly, as seen by the numerous tributes they have paid to him.
In particular, the Galway Hockey Club distributed a heartfelt message across several social media platforms. They recall Peter not just as an outstanding supporter but also as an outstanding individual in the post.
The Galway Hockey Club expressed their sorrow at the loss of Peter Cooke in a post that they made on Facebook. They said, “It is with sadness that we hear of the death of Peter Cooke, formerly of Cooke’s Thatch Bar.” “Peter was a huge supporter and sponsor of Galway HC and in particular our mixed festival which ran at St. Mary’s Road from the early 1980s to the early 2000s. This festival took place in Galway.
“He was a wonderful father, grandfather, and friend to many people all across the world. We are sorry to hear about Peter’s passing and offer our condolences to Peter Jr., Karen, Toni, Susan, and Martin, as well as their families. “May he finally find rest in peace.
According to RIP.ie, Peter died “unexpectedly” and left behind a huge family that was devastated by their loss.