The chief executive of the National Plow Association was among those who paid tribute to Limerick man Maurice McEnery – a former NPA vice-president.

An honorary life member of the Association, he passed away peacefully at the weekend and his funeral mass will take place this Wednesday.

Mr McEnery previously worked as manager of the National Plowing Championships and was responsible for running the Limerick and Crecora Championships in 1991.

National Plow Association Queen Anna Mae McHugh says she has fond memories of Morris, who she described as a great worker.

“I have to say that he was very good to work with. He was always willing to go the extra mile when visitors and competitors arrived at the National Plowing site,” she told Live 95.

Maurice was predeceased by his wife Mary and his brother Donnie. He is sadly missed by his sons Declan and Muiris; daughters Geraldine Fitzgerald and Stephanie Sheehy.

His funeral mass will take place tomorrow at 12 noon in the Church of the Immaculate Conception, Ballingar. Burial will follow at the nearby cemetery.


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