Young stew dies

Oct 30, 2015 by Dorie Cox

Stew Dene-Amy McLoughlin died on Oct. 21 in Europe. She was 26.

Ms. McLoughlin had worked as stew, masseuse and dayworker on megayachts Passion, Party Girl, Pura Vida, Jus Chill’n and Atomic, according to her CV. Family and friends are planning a memorial service in the future. The cause of her death was uncertain.

Dene-Amy McLoughlin June 15 1989-Oct. 21, 2015

Dene-Amy McLoughlin
June 15 1989-Oct. 21, 2015

Click here for an obituary notice.

Please contact dorie@the-triton.com or +1 954-525-0029 with information about McLoughlin’s life.

 


 

Stew McLoughlin worked on M/Y Atomic during the Ft. Lauderdale International Boat Show in 2014, seen here kneeling on front row at left.

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