“Until people realise this is a serious public health issue nothing is going to change.”
On Saturday, July 2, at Byrne Park, Lisnarick, there will be a memorial match for Lewis Keogh who died by suicide in November 2013.
Enthusiasts want to tell the tale of Irvinestown man who took the racing world by storm
WELCOME REFORMS: THE FAMILY of a Fermanagh man who took his own life because of a gambling addiction, have welcomed the news that some of the gambling reforms they have been campaigning for will be introduced by Stormont. Sadie and Peter Keogh lost their son, Lewis in 2013. Since then, the couple have been lobbying […]
A FORMER Fermanagh and Western footballer is hoping to drive home the message that gambling addiction can cost lives over the coming weeks, months and beyond. Pete Keogh, whose son Lewis took his own life in 2013 because he had a gambling addiction, is the chairman of the charity Gambling With Lives which has been […]
‘We lost our son to gambling addiction .we don’t want anyone else to’
District Judge Nigel Broderick said it had been “a nasty offence” as it involved breaching the trust of someone who had given him a job.
THEIR son Lewis took his own life three years ago after a prolonged gambling addiction. It’s only now that parents Pete and Sadie Keogh have the strength to talk about it. “Addiction to anything is bad, but addiction to gambling is cruel,” said the couple who have been through so much since they received the […]