The death has occurred of Seamus BONNER of Blanchardstown, Dublin former County Leitrim Senior Football Team Manager.
Seamus had an illustrious playing career with Donegal spanning two decades and 129 games in the 1970s and ‘€’80s. He was a member of the Civil Service club in Dublin, and was also one of Brian McEniff’€’s lieutenants in the early 1990s and a member of the 1992 backroom team. A three time Ulster Senior Championship winner and along with Brian McEniff, holds the distinction of being involved in Donegal’€’s first five Ulster championship wins, three as a player and two as a mentor. Seamus managed the Leitrim Senior Footballers in the 96/97 season and his selectors were Dan Meehan and Noel Crossan and team advisor was Dr Pat O Neill.
Coiste Chontae Liatroma take this opportunity to sympathy with the Bonner family, our thoughts and prayers are with them at this difficult time.
Bonar (Bonner) Seamus, Blanchardstown and formerly of Drumlongher, Donegal Town, October 11th 2012, peacefully, after a long illness at The Mater Private. Beloved husband of Cathy and dear father of Annette, Enda, Seamus and Kevin, deeply missed by his loving family, brother Liam, daughter-in-law Ann-Marie, grandson Cillian, aunts, uncle, brothers-in-law, sister-in-law, nieces, nephews, extended family and a large circle of friends and neighbours.
Rest in Peace
Reposing at his home this Saturday evening with removal to St. Brigid’€’s Church, Blanchardstown to arrive for 5pm. Funeral Mass on Monday at 11am with burial afterwards in Confey Cemetery. House
Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam dílis.
11-Oct-12 by Colette Fox – PRO