British oil consultant, 57, killed in diving accident off Malta

By Day by day Mail Journalist
Updated: 15:05 BST, 21 November 2010
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Dennis O’Hare, 57, kicked the bucket as a result of a plunging mischance recently evening in Malta
A senior oil specialist has passed on after a plunging mischance in Malta, his family affirmed today.
Dennis O’Hare, 57, from Balloch, West Dunbartonshire, passed on as a result of the mishap recently afternoon.
Mr O’Hare, who had more than 30 a long time experience, is thought to have endured a ‘traumatic event’ submerged while plunging at a well known area off Cirkewwa.
His cousin Thomas O’Hare raised the caution after Mr O’Hare fizzled to return to shore by the selected time.
His body was found gliding on the surface by nearby anglers what’s more, taken to arrive by jumpers from the Maltese Common Assurance Department.
Mr O’Hare clears out his spouse Lesley, what’s more, two adolescent children, James what’s more, Kathryn. His elderly mother Mary O’Hare was being support by family what’s more, friends.
Members of Mr O’Hare’s family flew to Malta today to begin the process of repatriating his body.
A representative for the family said: ‘Dennis was a tremendous personality, a adoring husband, father, child what’s more, sibling who had a incredible pizzazz for life.
‘He was one of the pioneers of North Ocean penetrating who went on to work for the greatest investigation organizations in the world.
‘After his family, plunging was his energy what’s more, he was very, very  experienced what’s more, careful about safety.
Mr O’Hare, who had more than 30 a long time experience, is thought to have endured a ‘traumatic event’ submerged while plunging at a well known area off Cirkewwa
‘Until the cause of demise is built up any hypothesis about the nature of his lethal mishap is just that – speculation.
‘The family wish to express their appreciation to the Maltese experts for their help.
‘All his family what’s more, companions are totally crushed at the misfortune of this superb man. He will be incredibly missed by all who knew him.’
Mr O’Hare, who worked in the oil what’s more, gas penetrating industry, had been in administration on rigs all over the world. The family asked protection to come to terms with their loss.
Mr O’Hare was a graduate of Glasgow what’s more, Heriot-Watt Colleges what’s more, at one time too addressed at Strathclyde University.
 
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