Tommy Carmody R.I.P.

Dunnes remains Ireland's no.1 supermarket, according to Kantar Worldpanel's latest report

With over 41 years of service in the grocery industry, the Limerick native died after a short illness at St. Vincent's University Hospital on St Patrick's Day



19 March 2015

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ShelfLife has learned of the passing of Tommy Carmody (61), head of grocery with Dunnes Stores.

With over 41 years of service in the grocery industry, the Limerick native, who lived in Ballinteer in Dublin died after a short illness at St. Vincent’s University Hospital  earlier this week.

Tommy Carmody R.I.P.

Tommy Carmody

A statement from Dunnes Stores management, Frank Dunne, Margaret Heffernan, Anne Heffernan and Sharon McMahon said that Carmody was “an esteemed member of our Executive Team, heading up our Food Division for many years.”

It read: “Those who were lucky enough to work with Tommy and those who trained under him will know he was a skilled professional, kind and loyal to Dunnes Stores and to everyone in the company.

“Our thoughts and prayers are with his wife Catherine, children Ciardha, Niall and Shane, and all of his extended family.

“Tommy will be sadly missed by us all. May he rest in peace.”

Removal will take place this evening to St. John the Evangelist, Ballinteer,  arriving at 5.30pm. Funeral mass will take place on Friday morning at 11.00am followed by burial in Mount Venus Cemetery, Rathfarnham.

ShelfLife would like to extend its condolences to Tommy’s family and colleagues.



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