Tom O’Riordan Cause Of Death, Age, Wikipedia, Wife, Children, Net Worth, Family, and more.
Tom O’Riordan Wikipedia
Thomas “Tom” O’Riordan was born on 12 July 1937. He was a long-distance runner from Ireland. During the 1964 Summer Olympics, he competed in the men’s 5000 meters race.
At the collegiate level, he won the 1959 NAIA Men’s Cross Country Champion individual event while he was a student at the Idaho State University in Pocatello, Idaho.
O’Riordan is an inductee into the 1979 Hall of Fame of the Idaho State University. He worked as the athletics correspondent for the Irish Independent for many years.
Tom O’Riordan Cause Of Death
The exact cause of his is yet to be revealed. However, it is known that he had suffered from Parkinson’s Disease.
Tom O’Riordan Age
O’Riordan died at the age of 84.
Tom O’Riordan Wife
Tom O’Riordan is survived by his wife, Barbara O’Riordan with whom he had four children.
Tom O’Riordan Children
He was the father of four, three sons, and a daughter; Ian, Angus, Donal, and Karen.
Tom O’Riordan Net Worth
Tom was estimated to be worth $2.5 million.
Tom O’Riordan Family
His family relations are not publicly known.