Mr Doogan passed away suddenly at Carnmore Lodge on the Cornagrade Road on Friday past.
“Fred was a true son of Fermanagh, born on an island on Lower Lough Erne.”
“He was a fantastic teacher and a wonderful mentor to many of our pupils and teachers, including me, over the years.”
Main Street and Water Street remained closed for some time but have now reopened.
“Dad was my whole world and we were so lucky to have him.”
Hazel has been described as “a friend to everyone.”
THE village of Newtownbutler has been left ‘heartbroken’ following the death of two devoted sisters-in-law who both passed away from cancer within hours of each other. The late Mary McDonald (62) of Drumcru Road and Margaret Byrne (75) of Camphill Park, have been described as community stalwarts who were the ‘fabric’ of the parish and close […]
THE Fermanagh community and wider music circle was left saddened by the sudden passing of Joey Gilheaney, formally of Drumcannon, Swanlinbar, aged 76 years.. Joey Gilheaney was a talented musician who rose to prominence as he was a part of the hit showband, Joe Dolan and The Drifters. From a young age, Mr Gilheaney had […]
WHERE Meat Loaf went controversy generally followed and so it was when the rock legend played Donegal in 2008. It was not the star’s first visit to the county. Many Fermanagh followers saw him when he first played in 1990, in the Astoria Ballroom, Bundoran on February 11 and the Mount Errigal Hotel on Valentine’s Day. […]
BISHOP Brian Hannon was a sincere man of faith who lived every day the faith he preached, mourners were told at his funeral in St. Macartin’s Cathedral, Enniskillen. He was a man who worked to unite community in both Fermanagh and Derry. The Right Rev The Lord Eames OM, former Archbishop of Armagh and Primate of […]