Kevin Gannon Death, Obituary – When we heard out earlier today that our wonderful friend and fellow worker Kevin Gannon had passed away, our hearts were overwhelmed with sadness that words cannot adequately describe. Together with Paddy Leech, who passed away in the late 1960s, Kevin has been an unwavering supporter of the Ballyglass RNLI’s fundraising efforts since the late 1960s. We owe the two of them an enormous debt of gratitude because they have such unyielding faith that the Ballyglass RNLI will one day be able to station a lifeboat in Erris as a direct result of the work that they have put in. This is something that will be made possible as a direct result of the work that they have put in.
This debt takes the form of a tremendous obligation to express thanks. Kevin continued to be a fervent supporter of the fundraising efforts, and he never missed an occasion to volunteer for the annual Church Gate collection. In addition, he never complained about the conditions under which he worked. In addition to that, he never grumbled about the tasks that were given to him to complete. In addition to that, he was never heard complaining about the responsibilities that were delegated to him to fulfil. Kevin’s presence as a spokesperson for Eris and Belmullet was a huge boon for the success of both companies.
He was the person who was responsible for introducing the majority of people to the “two huge ladies, Mary & Kate, or, Maggie’s den the number 10” during his weekly shift as a bingo caller. He was the person who was responsible for this introduction. It was his fault; he was the one who caused this problem. That result was directly attributable to the measures that he had taken. he was to blame. Kevin was an outstanding representative of both Eris and Belmullet in their respective communities. Because he used to go all around the town reading the ESB metres that were located inside of our homes, the majority of people who lived in Erris back in the day referred to him as “the ESB man.”
Because of this, people began to refer to him as “the ESB man.” He was the model of chivalry throughout his entire life and was always ready with a kind word and a smile for whoever he crossed paths with, regardless of the person’s age or level of expertise. He was the epitome of chivalry. During this difficult time, we want his wife Mary to know that all of their children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, extended family members, neighbours, and a large number of friends are in our thoughts and prayers. We also want Mary to know that we are thinking of and praying for all of their children. We are deeply saddened to learn of the loss that you are experiencing, and we would like to offer our condolences to you and your family at this time.