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Dermot Hogan RIP

Dermot Hogan RIP

It is with great sadness that ITTN has learnt of the passing, after a short illness, of a stalwart of Irish tourism, Dermot Hogan of Tourism Ireland’s London Office and formerly of Bord Fáilte.

The Ireland stand at World Travel Market will not be the same again without Dermot, a true Irish gentleman who represented his country with professionalism and aplomb, to the UK travel trade for many years.

Our sincere sympathy to his wife Joan and two daughters at this very sad time.

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