WhatsApp Email Advertisement by Andrew [email protected] up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up THE Director of Public Prosecutions is to consider prosecuting a former director of the Irish League of Credit Unions, Limerick man Matt Heffernan, over loans he took out at a Credit Union in Cork.Following the wind up of the Castletownbere branch of the credit union, an internal report revealed that Mr Heffernan, who was previously involved in the running of Caherdavin Credit Union, had loans so large they were in breach of the law.The matter came to light in April of last year when the former director stepped down amid controversy and speculation. He had been nominated to the board the previous February and worked as a field officer monitoring the operations of the league’s branches throughout the south of Ireland.During the wind up process of the Credit Union in Castletownbere, it emerged that Mr Heffernan had loans valued at €350,000 linked to Bulgarian and Spanish holiday properties and the Irish League of Credit Unions has since notified Gardaí about the matter.The loans breached legislation of the Credit Union Act because of their size and Gardai have been informed that application forms for loans for Mr Heffernan contained incorrect personal information including different addresses and a different occupation.KPMG revealed that the loans obtained from Berehaven Credit Union by Mr Heffernan were not being repaid and that joint names were used. Some of those named were unaware of the loans. Print NewsDirector may be prosecutedBy Staff Reporter – August 20, 2014 1080 Twitter Linkedin Facebook Previous articleKileely households told not to drink tap waterNext articleDeath linked to suspected heroin overdose Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie
Harry Michael Styer, 53, of Longport. Devoted husband, loving father, loyal friend, well respected businessman passed away suddenly on November 15, 2017 of a sudden cardiac event. Michael graduated from Saint Francis Preparatory School in Spring Grove, Pa. , class of 1982. He also attended Florida Institute of Technology in Jensen Beach, Fla. Michael was a very accomplished entrepreneur starting in the family business, Harry’s Inn, located in Somers Point, NJ; he owned and operated Point Jet Ski rentals in the 1980’s. He also founded MICHAEL’S AFTER HOURS BAR AND RESTAURANT. Captain of his “own ship,” his seamanship skills were extraordinary. After meeting Kimberly Cook in the 1980’s, Michael’s drive for success moved forward quickly, ultimately establishing Coastal Marine Piling in 1987.Though his career was cut horribly short, he always demonstrated his keen business insight and sense of fairness and honesty. A well respected business in the community, Coastal will continue Michael’s legacy along with his remarkable standards of excellence. Michael lived a very happy, enriched life, punctuated by deep love for his family above and beyond all other aspirations. Supporting his daughters on all levels, his favorite phrase was “whatever makes you happy” and according to them, he always led by example and was known to say, “if you can’t do the job right, don’t do it at all.” Everyone who knew him well would agree, “he always tried his best to do the right thing.”He is survived by his wife of 28 years, Kimberly (Cook). His daughter’s Lee Marjorie, Noel Elaine, Ryann Michelle. Father, Harry Joseph “Bud” Styer (Mary), mother, Elaine Marie Styer. Siblings: Caron (Richard), Bradley (Lisa), Bernard, Morgan (Jennifer), Romaine (James), Deborah (James), Reina (Joesph) and many loved nieces, nephews and friends.A Mass of Christian Burial and celebration of life will be held at Holy Trinity Parish (Blessed Sacrament Church) 11 N. Kenyon Avenue, Margate, NJ, Saturday, December 2, 2017. Visitation will be from 9am-11am. Mass to follow. In lieu of flowers donations may be given to: Family Promise of Cape May County at 505 Townbank Road North Cape May, NJ 08204. [email protected] 609-846-7862.For condolences to the family, visit www.godfreyfuneralhome.com.
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