Johnny Haughey Obituary, Death – Sincere condolences are extended to Charlie and the extended Haughey and Freeley families on the passing of Johnny, who was a cherished brother to Johnny. We hope that the gentle spirit he left behind can finally find peace. Johnny held the position of Chairman of the Board of Directors for the Roscommon Hurling Association for a cumulative total of 52 years. Johnny was the quintessential example of what it means to be a gentleman when we were all together playing hurling in Roscommon, and many of us have very fond memories of him.

He was a formidable figure in the athletic league, and his love and passion for the game were through the roof. He demonstrated a strong interest in players of all ages, representing both clubs and counties. His enthusiasm was contagious.
Because of his passing, his loved ones and the vast majority of his friends will experience profound feelings of bereavement.
One might even go so far as to say that it is unique. Ar Dheis De go Raibh Anam.

On November 30th, Johnny Haughey passed away within the comfort of his own home in Clooneen, Athleague, County Roscommon. He had 93 years under his belt. His brother Paddy and his sister Mary Freeley (Ballyhaunis), both of whom predeceased him, have both passed away (Clooneen). Everyone who knew and loved him, including his brother Charlie (Tubbercurry), the nieces and nephews of Freeley and Haughey and their families, his close friends and neighbors, and anyone else who ever interacted with him, will miss him deeply.

May you finally find the peace you seek. Beginning at five o’clock in the evening on Friday, December 2nd, the body will lie in repose at Hamrock’s Funeral Home in Athleague (F42CC92). This will be followed by the removal of the body to St. Patrick’s Church in Athleague at eight o’clock in the evening. After the funeral mass on Saturday, December 3 at noon, the burial will take place in Athleague Cemetery. The funeral mass will take place on Saturday, December 3.