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Ronnie Steele RIP: It is with great sadness that I report the death of Ronnie Steele, Errigal House, and Silver Hill Farm, Emyvale, which took place on Saturday, January 19th. Ronnie, beloved husband of Lyla and father to Christina, Orla, Fenella and Stuart, passed away after an illness. The house is private and his body will repose at the McMahon Funeral Home, Emyvale, from 7.00pm to 9.00pm this evening, Monday, January 21st. His Requiem Mass will take place in St. Mary’s Church, Glennan, tomorrow Tuesday at 2.30pm, followed by cremation in Lakelands Crematorium, Cavan. Family flowers only but donations in lieu if desired to the Irish Cancer Society c/o Peter McMahon, McMahon Funeral Home, or to any family member. We offer our sincere sympathies to Lyla and the entire family at this sad time. The communities of North Monaghan have lost a wonderful person who, with Lyla, brought great benefits to the area and indeed to our country generally. They settled into the community in 1962 and became great employers and, over the years since then, have been terrific supporters of community activity. Their business acumen and courage inspired them to develop a new and innovative company, which has achieved success after success, and, despite a number of set-backs, become a world leading business, winning many international and national awards and world-wide recognition. This brought massive employment to the area and helped so many families to aspire to a much higher standard of living and a comfortable life-style. The late Ronnie was always a gentleman both at work and socially. He chatted to all and quietly went about his business. His trip to the Post Office in Emyvale became a daily routine as he collected the post and the daily papers. He gave his time, energy and expertise to the business but his family came first and when the time came for him to take thing easier he handed over the reins of the business to son, Stuart. However he could never walk
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Ronnie Steele RIP: It is with great sadness that I report the death of Ronnie Steele, Errigal House, and Silver Hill Farm, Emyvale, which took place on Saturday, January 19th. Ronnie, beloved husband of Lyla and father to Christina, Orla, Fenella and Stuart, passed away after an illness. The house is private and his body will repose at the McMahon Funeral Home, Emyvale, from 7.00pm to 9.00pm this evening, Monday, January 21st. His Requiem Mass will take place in St. Mary’s Church, Glennan, tomorrow Tuesday at 2.30pm, followed by cremation in Lakelands Crematorium, Cavan. Family flowers only but donations in lieu if desired to the Irish Cancer Society c/o Peter McMahon, McMahon Funeral Home, or to any family member. We offer our sincere sympathies to Lyla and the entire family at this sad time. The communities of North Monaghan have lost a wonderful person who, with Lyla, brought great benefits to the area and indeed to our country generally. They settled into the community in 1962 and became great employers and, over the years since then, have been terrific supporters of community activity. Their business acumen and courage inspired them to develop a new and innovative company, which has achieved success after success, and, despite a number of set-backs, become a world leading business, winning many international and national awards and world-wide recognition. This brought massive employment to the area and helped so many families to aspire to a much higher standard of living and a comfortable life- style. The late Ronnie was always a gentleman both at work and socially. He chatted to all and quietly went about his business. His trip to the Post Office in Emyvale became a daily routine as he collected the post and the daily papers. He gave his time, energy and expertise to the business but his family came first and when the time came for him to take thing easier he handed over the reins of the business to son, Stuart. However he could never walk away from something he gave so much of his life to and maintained a close eye on the business. Unfortunately it was ill-health which changed his focus and eventually he had to succumb, as his body surrendered to his illness. His important and massive contribution to life in North Monaghan, in Ireland and indeed the world, will have a central and lasting place in the annals of our history. May he rest in peace and enjoy eternal rewards for his goodness and humanity.
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