Tom Hayden Obituary, Death – The Longford GAA is in a state of profound melancholy as a result of the news of Tom Hayden’s passing, which comes just a little bit more than a week after the passing of his beloved wife, Annie. This news has left the Longford GAA in a state of profound sadness. After learning of Tom Hayden’s passing, the Longford Gaelic Athletic Association is in a state of deep and profound grief. Tom was a member of the Longford Minor Board, which is now known as the Coiste na ng, for a considerable length of time during the course of his career. During the many years that he was a member of the board, he was elected to serve in a variety of posts, one of which was the position of Chairperson. He held this position for a period of time.
Tom was a member of the Longford GAA County Executive, where he served in a number of capacities, including the job of Vice-Chairperson. In addition, Tom was a member of the Longford GAA County Executive. In addition to that, Tom served as a member of the County Executive for the Longford GAA. He took an extraordinary amount of interest in the achievements of our younger generations, and as a way of expressing his gratitude for all of the effort that the Longford Minor Board puts in, he presented them with the Tom Hayden Cup, which is awarded to the winner of the Minor Division 2 League. He did this as a means of demonstrating his gratitude for all of their hard work and effort.
In addition to that, Tom was a member of the group that organized the Father Manning Cup Tournament for a number of years. Along with Sean McMullin and John Greene, he played an important role in the planning of the event that took place in 2015, which was the year that marked the 50th anniversary of the competition. In addition, he participated in the competition in 2015. Tom’s body will be laid to rest in the Newtown Forbes cemetery after the conclusion of the funeral mass, which will be held at St. Mel’s Cathedral on Saturday morning at eleven in the morning. The funeral mass will begin at eleven in the morning. Saturday is the day that has been set aside for the memorial service.
As a result of Tom’s untimely demise, the Longford Gaelic Athletic Association would like to offer its most heartfelt sympathies to all of the members of his family as well as all of his close friends. It is sung to the tune of “Ar dheis De go raibh an anam dilis,” and the phrase in question is used.