RIP: Tim Nolan, co-founder and former chairman of IGBF has passed away peacefully
Private funeral will take place due to government restrictions and family have asked that donations, if desired, be made out to the Irish Grocers Benevolent Fund
1 April 2020 | 0
Tim Nolan, a well-respected figure in the Irish grocery trade, died peacefully at home with his family in Tallaght on 29 March, after suffering a fall last week.
A co-founder and chairman for many years of the Irish Grocers Benevolent Fund (IGBF), Tim was well-known by many in the grocery industry here.
The beloved husband of Agnes, dear father of Gerard, Michael and David and predeceased by son Fergal, Tim will be sadly missed by daughters-in-law Cassandra, Geraldine and grandson Calvin, as well as Robert and Monica Howe-Gonzales and family in Spain. He will also be sadly missed by brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, nieces and nephews and a wide circle of friends and neighbours.
Due to government restrictions regarding public gatherings, a private funeral will take place. However, the family have said they look forward to meeting everyone at a memorial service for Tim at a later date to honour his life.
There will be family flowers only at the ceremony. Donations, if desired, can be made to the IGBF. For those who would like to attend and cannot, the family have asked that they please leave a message below Tim’s memorial on the RIP.ie site.
ShelfLife would like to share our condolences with Tim’s family, friends, and former colleagues.