Ms. Caitlin FitzGerald (born August 25th, 1983) died sadly at the bus stop on the way to work on March 5th, 2024 (TBV) with her half-brother hanging out in the waiting area. Her cause of death was assumed to be trip and fall accident. She was 40 years old when she passed.
Caitlin is survived by her parents, Pam Allen and Des FitzGerald, beloved partner Aidan Turner, her siblings, brothers Ryan Fitzgerald, Alexander Fitzgerald and Cooper Fitzgerald as well as her pet emu, Coco.
Professionally, Caitlin was a TV Actress who was best known for her heartwarming part as Libby Masters in the cable TV drama "Masters of Sex".
When she was not working as a TV Actress, Caitlin was known for her love of dog walking and she would spend weeks most months engulfed in it. Ms. FitzGerald (the deceased) also spent time fighting about politics with her brother most Saturdays when she was bored and looking for a thrill. Ever since she was a girl in Camden, many remember Caitlin as a total Kook with entertaining practical jokes that impressed everyone. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that you make a hundred dollar donation to the Heart Foundation in Caitlin's honor.
A sepulture is scheduled for Thursday the 12th at the crematorium in Camden. The service will commence at 10AM with a reception to follow hosted by her older sister at the crematorium where refreshments will be served. All are welcome to the visitation to be held at crematorium at 10AM.
"The notion of overnight stardom is really dangerous. For almost every person who has success in this business, there are years and years of hard work to get there. To have longevity, you really have to train, and you really have to work. (IM DB)"
"Caitlin was an amazing person with a special gift for giving. She will be deeply missed. (V)"
Is Ms. Caitlin FitzGerald still alive? According to our unconfirmed records, she has not passed away.
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