Frank Feighan

Springfield, Cregg, Co. Sligo

28 Jun, 2024

Peacefully at Sligo University Hospital. Predeceased by his parents Mary Josephine Bannerton, Ballinasloe and John Francis, sister Muriel, brothers Peter and Michael. Loving husband of Mikie, adored father of Sean Patrick and stepdaughter Addie. Frank, sadly missed by his wife, son, stepdaughter, mother-in-law Mary Jane, sisters-in-law, Anne, Ann and Debra, brothers-in-law Samuel and Paul, nieces Mydie and Catherine, nephews Mark and Gary and grandniece Kate, relatives, neighbours and friends.

Rest in Peace.

Reposing at his home Springfield, Cregg (F91 NF88) on Tuesday 2nd July from 5:00pm to 8:00pm. Funeral will arrive to St. Colmcille’s Church, Rathcormack on Wednesday 3rd July at 11:30am for requiem mass followed by burial in Sligo Cemetery.

You can stream Frank’s Funeral Mass live by clicking ‘Live Stream’ below.

Family flowers only please. Donations in lieu if desired to Newhaven – Day Centre, John Street, Sligo care of The Foley and McGowan Funeral Home, Market Yard, Sligo.

You are welcome to leave a message of condolence for Frank’s family below.

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6 Comments

  1. Your life took a lucky turn if you crossed Frank’s daft, true path.

  2. I met Frank and Badger very often on my walk around the neighbourhood loop during Covid and he always made my day. He had a great curious, smiling and lively presence. I know he was a beloved friend of our pals the Cribbs.

    Mikie we are so sorry for your loss -our sincere condolences, Mary and Rory

  3. Jan and I first met Frank at McGlynn’s in 1967. He and Gavin Gillis had been lobstering all day. They sauntered over to my parents’ table and poured a few dozen fresh crab claws into the center of it!

    So my first words to Frank were, “Can I buy you a pint?! The rest is history as our lives and personal stories intertwined for decades.

    Frank was one of my first heroes. And just think of all the other lives he illuminated… !
    ❣️

  4. The boys enjoyed their fishing trip with Frank many years ago and the many chats at the gate on his walks. Thinking of your Mikie at this sad time.

  5. Mikie and family, we are so sorry for your loss of Frank. He was a wonderful man of great character. Our sincere condolences and prayers are with you all. Love Kevin, Carmel, Owen and Aidan Keaveney (Westport, CT )🙏💕

  6. Dear Mikie, we are truly sad to hear Frank has left this life our memories are of him walking the dog with his hi viz jacket on and the van going to and from Rosses point. Our thoughts are with you all today and candles are lit for Frank and yourself today. Kathleen Davey and Leo Sexton and family

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