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Packie is 90: It is with great pleasure that I wish my first cousin, Packie, a very happy 90th birthday and many more of them. Packie, from the McMahon home territory in Killycooley but now resident in Mullinahinch, was back in Killycooley in his brother John’s house to celebrate the big occasion and he was in terrific form and chatting to everyone. His sister, Lizzie Molloy and family, joined the party there as did his uncle, Joe, and members of Joe’s family. John and Teresa’s family were also there including Paddy and Helen who travelled from England. There were plenty of nephews and nieces and extended family in attendance too. Packie cut the beautiful cake and ate and drank plenty. However there was a constant stream of family members and well-wishers calling to extend their best wishes to him and he enjoyed every minute of it. He seems very content in Mullinahinch and is a celebrity there and raises the spirits of all who come in contact with him. Of course his mother, Molly McQuaid, nee McMahon, had a similar outgoing and light hearted outlook and full of fun and laughter. Our wish for Packie is that he will continue in good health and happiness for years to come. Well done Packie.
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Packie is 90: It is with great pleasure that I wish my first cousin, Packie, a very happy 90th birthday and many more of them. Packie, from the McMahon home territory in Killycooley but now resident in Mullinahinch, was back in Killycooley in his brother John’s house to celebrate the big occasion and he was in terrific form and chatting to everyone. His sister, Lizzie Molloy and family, joined the party there as did his uncle, Joe, and members of Joe’s family. John and Teresa’s family were also there including Paddy and Helen who travelled from England. There were plenty of nephews and nieces and extended family in attendance too. Packie cut the beautiful cake and ate and drank plenty. However there was a constant stream of family members and well-wishers calling to extend their best wishes to him and he enjoyed every minute of it. He seems very content in Mullinahinch and is a celebrity there and raises the spirits of all who come in contact with him. Of course his mother, Molly McQuaid, nee McMahon, had a similar outgoing and light hearted outlook and full of fun and laughter. Our wish for Packie is that he will continue in good health and happiness for years to come. Well done Packie.