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Craan­ford and in Gorey’.

The bishop said he has a trea­sured photo of Mon­signor Lory and Ge­orge O’Con­nor em­brac­ing in the sum­mer when Wex­ford beat Kilkenny.

‘The words of Paul to Ti­mothy come eas­ily to mind: “I have fought the good fight, I have run the race, I have kept the faith”,’ con­cluded Bishop Bren­nan.

Mon­signor Ke­hoe is sur­vived by his sis­ters Máire Gately, Ita Cum­mings and An­gela Kelly (Oran­more); his nieces and neph­ews; grand­nieces; brothers-in-law; sis­ters-in-law and his dear friends Hughie and Anne Mul­hall. He was pre­de­ceased by his twin brothers Micheál and Pádraig. He is also mourned by Bishop Bren­nan, the pri­ests of the dio­cese and the St John of God sis­ters.

Burial took place in St Mary’s Ceme­tery, En­nis­cor­thy, fol­low­ing funeral Mass in Clonard in Wex­ford.

Bishop Bren­nan at the funeral of Mon­signor Ke­hoe in Clonard on Satur­day.

Mon­signor Ke­hoe re­ceiv­ing a gift at a civic re­cep­tion held for him at Gorey Town Coun­cil in July 2010.

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