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Richie Johnson class of 1965

The Union was deeply saddened to learn of the passing of Richie Johnson (1965)
Richie Johnson class of 1965
Richie Johnson class of 1965
Johnson, Richard (late of Foxrock, Co. Dublin), August 20th, 2020, Peacefully, after a long illness at Blackrock Hospice. Much loved husband of Colette. Forever loved and sadly missed by his children Helen, David, Robert and Lucy, his brother Erick, his sisters and brothers-in-law and extended family.
 
Richie was a very talented Schools Rugby Player, playing in 5 Finals, winning 3 Medals, in 4 different positions - Wing(whilst still in Willow Park), Centre, Out Half and Scrum Half. He played for Leinster Schools and also won a Junior Cricket Medal as a Wicket- keeper.
May he Rest in Peace


In keeping with current Government and H.S.E. guidelines a private Funeral will take place for family and close friends. For those who cannot attend a private message of condolence for the family can be left at https://www.masseybrosfuneralhomes.com/funeral-notices/
The link to view Richard’s Requiem Mass on Monday at 11am is available here:https://foxrockparishchallenges.com/home/webcam/
 All further enquiries to Massey Bros., Blackrock, 01-2804454.

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