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Father-to-be, 21, dies on Tenerife holiday before his pregnant partner, 26, found dead days later

Father-to-be, 21, dies on Tenerife holiday – before his six-months pregnant partner, 26, is found dead days later after returning home to Ireland

  • Dale Hannon, 21, died suddenly while on holiday in Tenerife with his partner Chloe Higgins, 26
  • Just eight days later, Chloe, who was six months pregnant, was found dead at her home in Limerick, Ireland, on Friday
  • Couple were pictured smiling together on September 8, the day before Dale died
  • The circumstances surrounding their deaths have not yet been confirmed  


Tributes have poured in for a father-to-be and his pregnant girlfriend after they died within days of each other. 

Dale Hannon, 21, died suddenly while on holiday in Tenerife with his partner Chloe Higgins, 26. 

Just eight days later, Chloe, who was six months pregnant, was found dead at her home in Limerick, Ireland, on Friday, reports the Irish Mirror

The couple, both from Limerick, were pictured smiling together on September 8 in Tenerife, the day before Dale died. The circumstances surrounding their deaths have not been confirmed.  

Dale Hannon, 21, died suddenly while on holiday in Tenerife with his partner Chloe Higgins, 26

Just eight days later, Chloe, who was six months pregnant, was found dead at her home in Limerick, Ireland, on Friday

Just eight days later, Chloe, who was six months pregnant, was found dead at her home in Limerick, Ireland, on Friday

It is understood Chloe, who is survived by her two daughters Tia and Charley, lived at Sarsfield Barracks, the headquarters of 12th Infantry battalion of the Irish Defence Forces. 

A funeral service was held for Dale on Wednesday, while Chloe will be laid to rest on Friday. 

Natalie Coleman, believed to be Dale’s cousin’, posted a tribute on Facebook to the 21-year-old after his funeral. 

She wrote: ‘Dale Hannon you got the best send off and it was well deserved. You were one of a kind, you can never be replaced. We will love and miss you so much kid.’

Natalie added: ‘I hope you and Chloe Higgins and baby Olivia are so happy in God’s kingdom.’    

 ‘Condolences to all the Higgins family and Chloe’s two beautiful children,’ said Bernadette Bennett. ‘Just absolutely tragic, spread your wings wide Chloe, they will be filled with loved ones in heaven. RIP beautiful girl.’ 

The couple, both from Limerick, were pictured smiling together on September 8 in Tenerife, the day before Dale died. The circumstances surrounding their deaths have not been confirmed

The couple, both from Limerick, were pictured smiling together on September 8 in Tenerife, the day before Dale died. The circumstances surrounding their deaths have not been confirmed

Another person wrote: ‘So so sorry that it must come to this, doesn’t seem fair that this much suffering should be realised. Can’t imagine the pain. 

‘May Dale be at peace and may it be everlasting. For those left behind may God’s strength give you courage to face every day.’

Hyde Rangers FC, who Dale played for as a teenager, paid tribute to their former player.

‘The club are deeply shocked and saddened at the passing of our former player Dale Hannon. Dale played both schoolboy and junior football with us for years and will be deeply missed by all who knew him,’ said Hyde Rangers FC. 

‘We extend our condolences to all his family and friends. May he Rest in Peace.’ 

Limerick District League said: ‘Deepest condolences to the Hannon family on the sad passing of Dale may he rest in peace.’  

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