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Happy 97th Birthday Johnny!

Published 6 months ago 22nd February 2022 by Joe Kenny

Our heartiest congratulations to Johnny Sheehan, St. Patrick’s Place, who celebrated his 97th Birthday during the past week. Johnny is kept active all his life between his wood turning skills and his impeccable handwriting. Johnny was born in Rossane on January 27, 1925 and was only three weeks old when he was brought to my father’s home in Clarebeg, Killusty, where his brother Dan and his family still live.

 We wish Johnny a long healthy life and many more years working in his creative workshop. Happy Birthday!

Johnny is photographed above outside his home, in St. Patrick’s Place, with his two daughters, Phyllis and Terri. His late wife Peg, died on Tuesday, September 20, 2016. We wish Johnny a long healthy life and many more years working in his creative workshop. Happy Birthday!

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