Friends of A Campaign: Funding Cranial Aneurysm Research
by The Celtic Cowboys and Friends of A
About the Garments
Womens Butterfly Crew
A soft, durable high end jersey with a slim, fitted style. We suggest sizing up or ordering the Fellowman Crew if you like a slouchy tee.
Womens Butterfly Tri and Tri V
A tri-blend material that is pre-shrunk, extremely soft, comfortable, and stretchy with a slim, fitted style. We suggest sizing up or ordering one of the Fellowman styles if you like a slouchy tee.
Womens Butterfly Burnout Tank
A soft, comfortable, stretchy, high end jersey with a slim, fitted style. This garment runs small, we suggest sizing up for a more true-to-size fit.
Mens Fellowman Tri and Tri V
A tri-blend material that is preshrunk , extremely soft, comfortable, and stretchy with a slim, fitted style. This style is thinner and less forgiving, but much softer than the regular Fellowman Crew.
Mens Fellowman Crew
A soft, durable high end jersey with a true-to-size fit. This style also looks great on women!
Unisex Hero Hoody
A tri-blend material that is pre-shrunk, extremely soft, comfortable, and stretchy. This style follows men’s sizing and is roomy so women, size down if you want a more true-to-size fit.
You can also read about the garment fabrics and styles in the Heart U section of our website!
Adrienne Elizabeth Hussey, 1986-2012
Friends of A supporters and Celtic Cowboys ladies wearing their tees right before they won their first match at the Gaelic Football National Championships!
Friends of Adrienne, Pat and Kelly
Lookin’ good in that tee Pat!
Loving, friend, family, connector, sparkle, shine, inspiration, dancer…these are all words used to describe Adrienne Elizabeth Hussey. Adrienne had a love for people and life and touched all those who were lucky enough to know her. Her love of people inspired her to pursue an education in Social Work at the University of Texas. She received her Bachelors and Masters of Science in Social Work and worked for The Ann Richards School Foundation in Austin, Texas as the manager of special projects. She worked closely with the executive director in supporting programs for the Ann Richards School for at-risk girls, helped with fundraising, developed endowment campaigns and managed trust accounts.
She had also been a case manager for South West Key Program in Austin and a program manager for The Austin Academy. Adrienne was a Big Sister Mentor since 2005, a representative for the School of Social Work at the University of Austin Student Government Board and an All Ireland champion Irish dancer.
With a love for everything Irish, she represented Texas at the 2010 International Rose of Tralee Festival and immediately fell in love with Ireland and its people, which proved to be the catalyst for her eventual move to Dublin in 2011.
Personally, Adrienne dedicated herself to her family, friends, and massive support system, and she thrived while in their company. Adrienne sparkled when people she cared about were able to come together, socialize, and connect.
Adrienne passed away on January 19, 2012 at the young age of 26, as a result of a ruptured brain aneurysm. When Adrienne passed away, her friends and family mourned together and experienced the support she had created.
Adrienne was extremely proud of her education and always wanted to help others who entered her life in any way that she could. Adrienne touched lives in many different ways…to try and count how many people she has inspired would be impossible. All of Adrienne’s family and friends were only too aware of this hope to inspire others in life. Because of this, our team is committed to honouring Adrienne’s hope to inspire and we will continue her trend in her memory to support cranial aneurysm research through the establishment of the University of Limerick Adrienne Hussey Scholarship.
Learn more about the University of Limerick Foundation and the Adrienne Hussey Research Scholarship Fund here:
For more information on cranial brain aneurysms and the in-depth research tied to Adrienne’s scholarship fund, click below:
So many were affected by the loss of Adrienne, including those a part of the Rose of Tralee in Dublin. Read the radio announcement about one of the charities formed after Adrienne’s death:
And to learn more about the great Rose of Tralee event in Tralee, Ireland, click below: