Late Jimmy Monaghan was a proud Clonguish man

Late James (Jimmy) Monaghan, 22 Teffia Park, Longford Town, Longford

Ann Marie McKeon

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Late Jimmy Monaghan was a proud Clonguish man

Late James (Jimmy) Monaghan, 22 Teffia Park, Longford Town, Longford

The death occurred, in the care of the staff of Sunset Lodge, St Joseph's Care Centre, Dublin Road, Longford on Monday, October 29 of James (Jimmy) Monaghan, 22 Teffia Park, Longford.

Deeply regretted by his heartbroken and loving wife Phyllis, daughters Fiona and Deirdre, son Adrian, sons-in-law Dessie and Sean, Adrian‘s fiancée Kelly, granddaughters Jade and Kacey, grandsons Rhys and Jack, sisters Celine Leavy (Clondra) and Patricia, brothers Paddy Joe,(Sligo) John, Christy and Oliver, brother-in-law, sisters-in-law, nephews, nieces, cousins, relatives, good neighbours and a wide circle of friends.

Jimmy was born and reared in Knockmartin in the parish of Clonguish. He was a proud Clonguish man and was a member of the 60’s team that won the 4 in a row.  

He was also a great bingo fan and would have attended the Bingo in the Community Hall up until the time he got ill.

Funeral Mass took place in St Mel’s Cathedral on Thursday, November 1 and he was laid to rest afterwards in Newtownforbes Cemetery. May his gentle Soul Rest in Peace.