The death has taken place of former county Board treasurer Jim Ferguson.
Jim served as treasurer for 13 years and then went on to hold the same position with Coiste Na nOg.
Jim is survived by his wife Monica who had always been by his side in his role in the GAA and effectively served as joint treasurer, making a formidable team.
Jim’s nephew, Dermot Howlin, is currently Leinster Council Representative for Wexford GAA.
A proud member of Bannow Ballymitty GAA Club Jim will be missed by all GAA people throughout the county. He had a friendly word for everyone as he manned the gate for games at all levels for Wexford GAA. Most winning captains in the county in the past 20 years will have a photograph of being presented with the Cup by a smiling Jim.
Ar dheis De go raibh a anim dilis.
Reposing in Ryan’s Funeral Home Wellingtonbridge
- Wednesday from 4pm -7pm
- Thursday from 3pm-7pm
- Removal on Thursday to St Peter & Pauls Church Ballymitty, arriving at 7.30pm.
Funeral Mass on Friday at 11.00am with burial afterwards in the adjoining cemetery.
Jim doing what he did best, doing great PR for Wexford GAA.
Here he is presenting Adam Saddler of HWH Bunclody with the Jim Byrne Cup in February 2016.
Photo courtesy of Wexford People Newspapers