Eamon Buffer Death, Obituary – Eamon (Buffer) McCrystal, a resident of both Lavey and Glasgow, lost his battle with illness and passed away yesterday in the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital in Glasgow. He had been there for only a short time. Earlier on in the week, he was checked into a medical facility for treatment. The people who were a part of POP would want to send their sympathies to Mr. McCrystal’s family and friends after learning of his passing.
Because Eamon was a real-life figure who was a lot of fun and went by the name Buffer, which was the name that the majority of people knew him by, spending time in his company was a joy. He enjoyed working on them and being in the company of other people who did so; and he enjoyed being in the company of other people who did so.
When anyone talked to Buffer, the topic of vehicles invariably came up, since he had always been captivated with them. He enjoyed working on them and being in the company of other people who did so. When you first met Buffer, he would always greet you with a big smile on his face, and just being in his presence was a lot of fun. Being in his presence was a lot of pleasure.
During this difficult time, I would like to offer my most heartfelt condolences to his mother Maureen, his father Gerard (Gerry), his daughter Ava, his brothers Sean and Barry, his sister Maureen Quinn, his partner Carol, his nephews and nieces, as well as his aunts, uncles, and cousins, as well as the rest of the McCrystal family.
I am truly sorry for the loss of your loved one. I am sorry for the loss you have suffered. When I think of Eamon (Buffer), I can’t help but also think about Margaret, who was Eamon’s mother and passed away a number of years ago.
Funeral arrangements later. This website will be updated if there is new information regarding the funeral arrangements that can be made public. If you have any questions, please contact the funeral home.
(Buffer) Eamon, I hope that you are able to find the peace and quiet that you have been looking for.