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Fax: + 353 (0)71 96 62926
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Roscommon Town Office
Tel: + 353 (0)90 66 27377
Fax: + 353 (0)90 66 27369
Newspaper Advertising/Sales only:
Claire Morgan: email@example.com
Telephone – 086 2395156
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Christina McHugh, Editor:
Christina joined the staff of the Roscommon Herald in August 1987 and was appointed Editor in 1990. She is a graduate of the College of Commerce, Rathmines and a native of Castlerea, County Roscommon.
Paul Connolly, Financial Controller:
Paul, originally from London, has been living in Boyle since 2000 with his wife and three children. A member of AAT and CIMA, Paul has been working in finance since 1989 with the likes of Hasbro, Boehringer Mannheim, Prudential and Honda. A keen golfer (13 handicap) and footballer (Liverpool fan), Paul is also a greyhound follower and has bred a couple of dogs – but no big winners yet! He is the P.R.O. of Boyle Celtic FC and the manager of Boyle Celtic U12s Cubs.
Alan Beirne, Sales Executive:
Alan, 24, is native of Boho, Ballintubber Castlerea. He has experience in many different areas of work including marketing, sales and information technology, with a keen interest in problem solving and day to day business. His qualifications include a Certificate, Diploma and First Class Honours Degree which he obtained in Information Technology for business while attending Galway Mayo institute of technology. His interests include Gaelic football and soccer and is a strong Liverpool supporter
Claire Morgan, Sales Manager:
Claire joined the staff of the Roscommon Herald in 1997 and has built up the newspaper’s advertising. Claire, who has now been joined by Alan Beirne, has a friendly and outgoing personality and her committed and dedicated approach has won many her advertisers for the company. Claire is a native of Castlerea.