Ballyfarnon man dies in Donegal Road Traffic Collision

There is shock and sadness in the Ballyfarnon and North Roscommon areas following the death of a young father in a road traffic collision in Donegal on Thursday morning.

Ronan Healy was fatally injured in the collision which occurred at Ballymagroarty, Ballintra on the N15 at approximately 8am.

Ronan was well known in GAA circles with numerous tributes being paid to him on the Facebook pages of St. Ronan’s GAA club, and Saint Michaels GAA club in Ballintogher where he lived with his wife Diane and baby son Caolan.

Ronan’s Funeral Arrangements

Ronan Healy, Ballintogher, Co.Sligo and late of Ballyfarnon, Co. Roscommon, 11th of March 2021, taken away suddenly following a road traffic accident. Dearly beloved husband to Diane and devoted father to Caolán. Cherished son of PJ and the recently deceased Josephine. Loving brother of Maretti, Leonard, Peadar, Daragh and Kilian, sisters- in- law Kate, Olive, Dorothy and Laura. Beloved son-in-law of Martha and the late Hugh Hamilton, brother-in-law to John & Claudia, Siobhan & Mick, Adrian & Mary and Damien & Sheila. Loving godfather to Clodagh & Eoghan. Uncle to India, Aidan, Ethan, Saoirse, Roisin, Aoife, Conor, Pearse, Samuel, Alison, Lauren, Caitlin, Rian, Eoghan, Iarlaith, Sarah, Aidan, Neasa, Culainn. Nephew of Michael & Josie, John & Mary, Kelvin & Anna, missed by all his cousins. Fondly remembered by all at St. Ronan’s GAA, his club mates, his huge circle of friends, community of Ballyfarnon and Ballintogher and all his work colleagues at Abbott Ireland.

Removal to St. Teresa’s Church, Ballintogher on Monday morning, March 15th, for Mass of Christian Burial at 12 noon. Interment afterwards in Carrowcrin Cemetery. House private please.

In compliance with Government & HSE guidelines regarding funerals, Ronan’s Funeral Mass and burial be private to his immediate family, limited to 10 persons in church, while also requesting strict adherence to Social Distancing in vicinity of Church and cemetery. Those wishing to attend, but due to current regulations are unable to do so, are asked to leave their condolences on the link below. The family thank you for your sympathy, support and understanding at this very difficult time.


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