Mr. McGeough had over 70 years of experience in the local pub industry, but was best known as the customs officer of the Windsor Bar and Restaurant on Vincent’s Avenue.
He also ran the Fane Bar and Jockeys on Anne Street.
Windsor Bar went on Facebook today and said:
“It is with a heavy heart that we bring the news of Jimmy McGeough’s death.
“Our take-away service is being postponed until next weekend as we mourn the death of a loved one, father, grandfather and great-grandfather.
“We would like to thank all employees and customers for their support and understanding in these difficult times.”
Independent Councilor Maeve Yore presided over the awards, adding that it was “the end of an era for Dundalk”.
“I’m so sorry to hear this news, the end of an era in Dundalk. Jimmy worked hard and set the gold standard for customs officers in Louth. You will all miss him. Rest in Peace Jimmy. ”
Annette Quigley said Mr. McGeough was “one of the best businessmen in Dundalk”.
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