Death of former FG councillor Dan Moylan

The death has occured of former Nenagh Town Council Fine Gael councillor Dan Moylan.

The death has occured of former Nenagh Town Council Fine Gael councillor Dan Moylan.

Mr Moylan, who lived and farmed at Rathnaleen, is father of Tommy, who served for many years as a Fine Gael member of the former Nenagh Town Council.

Mr Moylan’s remains will be reposing at Ryan’s Funeral Home in Nenagh on this Wednesday from 4pm, with removal at 7pm to arrive at St. Mary’s of the Rosary Church, Nenagh, at 7.30pm. His Requiem Mass will be on Thursday at 10am, followed by burial in Lisboney Cemetery.

Mr Moylan is survived by his wife Anne, daughters Pauline, Bridget, Marita, Anne-Marie and Jennifer and his sons John and Tommy. He is also survived by his sisters Phil and Josephine; brother, John, grandchildren, sons-in-law, daughters-in-law, brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, nephews, nieces, relatives, neighbours and many friends.

Tipperary TD Noel Coonan has expressed his sympathies on the death of former Mr Moylan.

He extended his condolences to the family and friends of the well-known and respected “gentleman of politics”.

Deputy Coonan paid tribute to Mr Moylan, describing Dan as “a dedicated public representative with a kind nature who was well-liked by those he represented.”

“Dan was an honourable Fine Gael Councillor for many years representing and working for the people of the Nenagh area.

“I wish to extend my sympathies to Dan’s wife Anne; his children and extended family who must be very proud of Dan’s contribution and legacy,” said Deputy Coonan.

Tipperary Fine Gael TD Noel Coonan has expressed his sympathies on the death of former Fine Gael councillor Mr Dan Moylan.

He extended his condolences to the family and friends of the well-known and respected “gentleman of politics”.

Deputy Coonan paid tribute to Mr Moylan, describing Dan as “a dedicated public representative with a kind nature who was well-liked by those he represented.”

“Dan was an honourable Fine Gael Councillor for many years representing and working for the people of the Nenagh area.

“I wish to extend my sympathies to Dan’s wife Anne, his children and extended family who must be very proud of Dan’s contribution and legacy.”