Tributes have been paid for former Dublin City and County Manager Frank Feely following his death.
Mr Feely died earlier today in St James's Hospital and is survived by his beloved wife Ita. He is also remembered by his children Orla, Ronan and Niamh and is predeceased by his daughter Emer.
His funeral is due to take place on Thursday morning in Terenure. He has been remembered by Dublin City Council for his time as manager between 1979 and 1996.
Mr Feely was the Dublin City and County Manager from 1979 to 1993 and then Dublin City Manager from 1993 until his retirement in 1996. A committed public servant, Mr Feely joined Dublin Corporation as a clerk in 1949.
Lord Mayor of Dublin Caroline Conroy said: "As Lord Mayor, I wish to offer both my own and Dublin City Council’s condolences to his family and friends. Frank was a hardworking and dedicated employee of Dublin City Council. My thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends at this time. May he rest in peace. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam."
His RIP.ie notice reads: "Peacefully, in the care of the wonderful staff of the MISA Unit, St. James’s Hospital. Beloved husband of Ita, much loved father of Orla, Ronan, Niamh and the late Emer. Frank will be forever loved and dearly missed by his wife, son and daughters, sons-in-law Philip, Tony and John, daughter-in-law Niamh, his adored grandchildren Clodagh, Ronan, Matthew, Stephen, Shauna, Donal, Conor, Aidan, Seán and Ciara, sister Liz, brothers Kevin and Kieran, extended family, relatives and friends."
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