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September 4, 2009 10:58 am
Karl Cleary

I hope someday that justice will be done .Such a lovely taken away in such a callous way. A cowardly act carried out by someone with no respect whatsoever for life.This person should be dealt with in the appropriate manner. A shocking and tragic story that should never have evolved. Raonaid rest in peace, justice will be served. .

September 4, 2009 9:28 am
From the Carroll Family

Your daughter would be very proud of you all today keeping her memory alive in this way. Every day of the last 10 years must have been unbearable for you all, we hope God gives you the strength to carry on. She was a beautiful young girl and should not have been taken from you. We pray whoever did this will be caught soon.

06 Sep 2009 03:12 PM
Stephen Hanna

Rest in Peace Raonaid. I hope your family find closure.

06 Sep 2009 02:27 PM

all of ireland share in your immeasurable loss and are deeply saddened by these tragic events. we can only pray for closure for your family and pray for peace in the heart of this beautiful person. may she rest in peace in the arms of our lord.

September 3, 2009 11:45 am
Aisling Brown

When i think of Raonaid i sometimes begin to worry that I am forgetting something important about her, I first met Raonaid when i was about 7 years old and she was one of the first people in my new school to welcome me. She was so friendly and curious and bubbly and we instantly became friends. Its seems so strange that 10 years has pasted and it was only 10 years that i knew her, i think its because she still has a big part of our lives and always will have. There is always things i see and think to myself "oh Rainy would love that", or think how funny she would find something that not many other people would get. I remember how when we would laugh she would throw in a fake snort and we would laugh twice as hard or how when she was sad or tired she used to like to have the inside of her arm rubbed till she felt better. I remember the ice pop with the crackles in it that she love so much in her last summer and how she would eat them nearly every day and the freckle on the palm of her hand and a million other little things, wonderful things about her. I have so many happy memories of her and i dont think i will ever forget them because they are so much more precious now we cant make new ones. She was one of the best friends a girl could have and she is greatly missed but she will not be forgotten. Lots of love, Aisling

06 Sep 2009 11:09 AM
Peter Arklow

Having a young daughter ourselves .we have the deepest sympathy for your loss of your beautiful child , i believe Raonaid,s killer will be brought to justice .

06 Sep 2009 12:11 AM
The Murray Family

We would like to thank you all for the hundreds of Tributes posted to this site. We have read each of your contributions and are humbled and heartened by the warmth of your Tributes to Raonaid and your expressions of support for us.

06 Sep 2009 08:31 PM

Please tell the Gardai who did this, or you suspect did it.... do the right thing ! This poor family are absolutely tortured.. To Raonaid's family - I wish you peace. xx


Hello to the Murray family. Raonaid's name is beautiful, for a beautiful girl, I've not heard it before or since. That which springs from the divine-returns there, it is our true state. A decade of ups and downs on earth is an instant in paradise. Thinking of you! David

August 31, 2009 - 12:45 PM

I was lucky to have grown up with Raonaid from Primary school.The day Raonaid was taken from us she called in to my house on her lunch break and we chatted and then I walked her back to work we hugged and said goodbye!My favorite memory of Raonaid is when we got a sunday job in a hotel,we had such fun together spending most of our time laughining and getting very little WORK done.On one particular day the manager had to ban us from communicating with each other until we had completed our days work,that was torture we just kept smilling and laughing.We shared great times together and I miss her so much

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