Sudden death of TD's brother
PEOPLE throughout Wexford were shocked this week by the sudden death of Bree-native Michael Kehoe (48).
A brother of Deputy Paul Kehoe, Michael was a member of a large and well-respected Bree family.
Michael, a father-of-four, had moved to Camolin from Blackwater in recent months, and it was at his home in north Wexford that he was discovered on Monday morning, following a suspected heart attack.
He is survived by his children Emily, Michael, Katie and Jodie, his parents Myles and Bernadette, his brothers Aidan, MJ, John, Noel, Des and Paul, his sisters Eleanor and Margaret, his extended family, and wide circle of friends. A proud family man, Michael also had two young grandchildren.
His remains will be removed from Browne's funeral home in Enniscorthy to the Church of the Assumption, Bree, at 7.30 p.m. tomorrow (Thursday) night. His Requiem Mass will be celebrated in Bree at 2 p.m. on Friday.
Michael Kehoe was described this week by someone close to him as a happy-go-lucky man. was a true 'people person'. Michael ran a mobile home sales business.
He imported mobile homes from abroad and supplied them to caravan parks in holiday destinations all over Ireland.
He had been based in Blackwater in recent years, but about four months ago moved to Camolin. HE WAS ALWAYS in good form and had a great sense of humour.
He really enjoyed the company of his family and good friends and