04/05/2021

Tributes To Denis Lynn Following Quad Bike Accident

Tribute has been paid to the Founder and Chairman of Finnebrogue Artisan Denis Lynn who died following a quad bike accident.

His firm, based outside Downpatrick, employs around 1,000 people across four sites in County Down.

In a statement the company said: "Our thoughts are with Denis’s wife Christine, his children Kerry, Clare, Tara and Ciara and the entire family at this incredibly difficult time.
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"Denis was an innovator and a visionary with an infectious passion for delivering positive change for the planet and its people. He leaves behind an extraordinary list of achievements.

"Denis also leaves behind Finnebrogue and a vision for its future. Finnebrogue was his creation. It now falls on all of us - the Finnebrogue family - to continue his outstanding work."

The company has set up an email account, RememberingDenis@finnebrogue.com for the public to send memories and condolences which will be compiled and published in due course.

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