Geoff Thompson arrived in Luxembourg in 1989 and quickly became involved in the Irish community together with his family. He served as    Committee Member, then Vice-President and President (after Declan Deasy and before John O’Sullivan). He is now back for a second stint as President, having been elected at the 2017 EGM, following 4 years back serving on the Club Committee. See


Mimmi Oedman from Dublin and spent some years in England and Germany before settling in Luxembourg. Which has been her home for many years.
She has been involved with the Irish Club committee for  15 years and before that was a member of the committee of the Irish theater group


Darren Gorman originally moved to Luxembourg in 2000, initially spending three years in the country.  Subsequent to this he moved back to Dublin and then to London returning to Luxembourg in early 2016.  In the intervening years Darren has been involved in a number of businesses which had a large presence in Luxembourg and thus spent a significant amount of time in the country before moving back permanently.  Darren has held similar roles with a political party in Ireland and also with local community groups and is looking forward to working with the Committee and members to develop the club in Luxembourg.”


FFiona Mulherniona Mulhern moved to Luxembourg in 1985. She has been on the Irish Club Committee since 2011 and is Secretary since 2012.


Carrie Milne came to Luxembourg in 1978. She went to the Luxembourg School System and now works for FNEL, one of the 2 national Scout Federations. She holds a Luxembourgish an Irish Passport.She joined the Irish Club in 2008 and was president from 2009 to 2013. Since then she has been a member of the committee.
Bernard Biggar came to live in Luxembourg in 1989 . However his ties with the Grand-Duchy go back to his childhood when his father was Ambassador to Belgium and Luxembourg. He recently gained Luxembourg citizenship. Now semi-retired and with a bit more time on his hands, this is Bernard’s second stint on the committee having previously served as treasurer, vice-president and president of the Irish Club. Bernard is very interested Irish traditional music, dance and folk singing and served as a result on the committee of Comhaltas Ceoltóirí Éireann Luxembourg as vice-president for a number of years. He is looking forward again to lending a helping hand on the Irish Club committee.
Phillipa Murray joined the committee this year. She arrived in Luxembourg in 2018. Previous to joining she organised, with great success, the annual children’s party in December.