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KPMG's Pat Cullinan killed in plane crash

Cork Airport crash claims the life of KPMG partner

BELFAST KPMG partner Pat Cullinan was killed in yesterday’s plane crash.

Cullinan, a member of the Irish accounting institute, was among the six passengers killed at the Cork Airport.

“Pat Cullinan was an extremely talented professional and a real gentleman. He was highly regarded by all of his colleagues and clients, and his tragic and untimely death has come as a shock to everyone in the firm, especially to those in our Belfast office and to all who knew Pat as an exceptional friend and colleague,” said managing partner Terence O’Rourke.

He joined the firm in 1989, worked in London for several years and was appointed partner in 2005.

 

 

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