Good News Story: Dan Sheehy Makes Contact – He’s Fine !

Castleisland native, Dan Sheehy has made contact with family members and he’s fine. Photograph Courtesy of Tommy Sheehy

For the second time in just over a week there’s a good news conclusion to a local man reported missing in recent weeks.

A member of Castleisland man, Dan Sheehy’s family confirmed this evening that he had made contact and that he’s ‘fine’ after being on the missing list since April 29th.

Train to Dublin

Dan (52) was last seen in Tralee, where he lives, boarding a train for Dublin early on the last Monday morning in April.

A member of the Castleisland Co-Op Mart office staff, Dan was described as one of the most conscientious and diligent members of the staff by the recently retired manager, Richard Harnett.

Scart man Also Safe and Well

Just over a week ago, on May 13th the then missing Scartaglin man, Andy Bastable was located safe and well in the Frankfurt area of Germany by his brother.

Mr. Bastable’s relieved family then revealed that all his possessions had been stolen he had no way of contacting home since April 28th.

Prayers Answered

This evening’s news on Dan Sheehy will also be widely welcomed by his family members in Tralee and by family, colleagues, former neighbours and many friends in Castleisland.

Prayers and novenas are still all the go around these parts. Since Dan Sheehy went missing a few weeks ago, every known deity and saint has been prayed to and lobbied for any scrap of good news of his wellbeing.

There will be people convinced that this evening’s great and welcome news is all down to the power of prayer. All’s well that ends well – thank God.

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