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Paul McAleese

"Mac"

Paul McAleese

(1979 – 2009)

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Paul McAleese

Paul McAleese
(1979 – 2009)

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Paul McAleese

(1979 – 2009)
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About Paul
This is an online obituary in memory of Paul McAleese. Sjt Paul McAleese, 29, of 2nd Battalion The Rifles, went to the aid of Pte Jonathon Young, 18, from Hull, of 3rd Battalion The Yorkshire Regiment. Sjt McAleese, born in Hereford, was then killed in the second explosion while on patrol in Helmand Province. He is the son of John McAleese, who led the raid that ended the siege on the Iranian Embassy in London in 1980. Sjt McAleese leaves a widow, Jo, and a son, Charley, who was born a week before he was deployed to Afghanistan. Mrs McAleese said: "Mac, my husband, my best friend, my hero. You were an amazing daddy to Charley and the best husband I could have ever asked for. We will love you and miss you for ever.
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About Paul
We will always be so proud of what you achieved in your life and I am so, so proud to be your wife." This online memorial is in honour of Paul McAleese, his life, achievements and his ultimate sacrifice. Rest in peace.
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On 9th Mar 2013
Debra Huckabay
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Paul McAleese

This is an online obituary in memory of Paul McAleese. Sjt Paul McAleese, 29, of 2nd Battalion The Rifles, went to the aid of Pte Jonathon Young, 18, from Hull, of 3rd Battalion The Yorkshire Regiment. Sjt McAleese, born in Hereford, was then killed in the second explosion while on patrol in Helmand Province. He is the son of John McAleese, who led the raid that ended the siege on the Iranian Embassy in London in 1980. Sjt McAleese leaves a widow, Jo, and a son, Charley, who was born a week before he was deployed to Afghanistan. Mrs McAleese said: "Mac, my husband, my best friend, my hero. You were an amazing daddy to Charley and the best husband I could have ever asked for. We will love you and miss you for ever....

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