Pals who died in Kildare plane crash are being laid to rest on Tuesday

Pals who died in Moone plan crash are being laid to rest tomorrow

The late Aidan Rowsome (left) and Jim Price

The two men who died when a plane crashed at Belan near Moone last Thursday night are being laid to rest on Tuesday.

Warm tributes have been paid to Aidan Rowsome who was living in Kildare Town and his Dublin friend Jim Price who lost their lives. 

Mr Price, late of Dublin 16 and Aer Lingus, is survived by his wife Denise, and children Alan, Joanne and Aoife.

He was a devoted grandad of James and Afric.

The Funeral takes place on Tuesday morning at 11.30am in St. John the Evangelist Church, Ballinteer followed by burial in Bohernabreena Cemetery.

The family has kindly asked that donations if desired be given to Dublin Wicklow Mountain Rescue.


Mr Rowsome, of Kildare and formerly of Dale Road, Stillorgan, Co. Dublin was Vice President of SmartDrive Systems EMEA.

He was a dearly beloved husband and best friend of Marie and devoted dad to Nadia.

He will be sadly missed by brothers Paul and Noel, sisters Helen, Maureen and Olive, father-in-law Noel, mother-in-law Nuala, brothers-in-law Brian, Noel, Peter and Jochen, sisters-in-law Karen, Gillian and Andrea, nephews, nieces, relatives and friends.

His remains will repose at Patrick O’Donovan and Son Funeral Home, Sallynoggin (opp Sallynoggin Church) on Tuesday morning from 8am.

Removal on Tuesday morning to the Church of St. Laurence O’Toole arriving at 9.45am.

Funeral immediately after 10am Requiem Mass to Shanganagh Cemetery, Shankill.

The family has requested that donations if desired be given to Irish Society for Autism ( 

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