Trib­utes to two re­tir­ing Sergeants

The Argus - - NEWS -

Trib­utes were paid to two long serv­ing Garda Sergeants who are due to re­tire be­fore the end of the year.

Cllr Anne Camp­bell paid trib­ute to Sgt John Fa­hey of Dun­dalk Garda Sta­tion, de­scrib­ing him as ‘a very proud Mayo man.’ He was, she said, ‘quiet, ef­fec­tive, re­spect­ful, kind, and con­sid­er­ate’ and his work in Dun­dalk is very much ap­pre­ci­ated.

Trib­utes were also paid to Sgt Jim Kil­coyne, who had served in Car­ling­ford for many years and who was praised for his com­mit­ment to the Coo­ley Com­mu­nity Alert and his vis­its to the el­derly in the area. Supt Gerry Cur­ley said he had worked through a dif­fi­cult pe­riod and had al­ways bat­tled to get ex­tra re­sources for the area.

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