Feargal Quinn, Irish businessman and politician, Died at 82

Feargal Quinn was born on November 27, 1936, in Dublin and died on April 25, 2019.

He was an Irish businessman, politician and television personality.

Quinn was the founder of the Superquinn supermarket chain.

From 1993 to 2016, he served as a Senator for the National University of Ireland constituency.

He was taught at Newbridge College and was a business graduate of University College Dublin.

Denise Quinn was his wife, the daughter of Ned and Grace Prendergast.

The couple had five kids and 19 grandkids.

Quinn was the first cousin of Labor Party government official Ruairi Quinn and of Lochlann Quinn, previous director of Allied Irish Banks (AIB).

Quinn was also the creator of Crowning the Customer (O’Brien Press, 1990), which has been converted into numerous dialects, just as Mind Your Own Business (O’Brien Press, 2013). In 2016, he distributed his journals, entitled “Quinnessential Feargal” (O’Brien Press 2016).

He was the beneficiary of five privileged doctorates from instruction foundations, an ecclesiastical knighthood alongside cooperation and the French Ordre National du Mérite.

Quinn imparted to Oprah Winfrey the 2006 “Audience of the Year” grant of the International Listening Association.

Feargal Quinn passed away at 82 years old.