John Winton book of condolence

Friends and colleagues of Limavady council worker John Winton have been invited to sign a book of condolence at one of four centres.

Monday, 26th November 2018, 11:31 am
Updated Tuesday, 8th January 2019, 5:02 pm
John Winton

The military veteran and part-time firefighter was killed as a result of a collision with a refuse vehicle on November 6.

Mr Winton served in Bosnia, Kosovo, Iraq and Afghanistan before leaving the Army to work in the private security industry and most lately for Causeway Coasts and Glens Borough Council.

The 51-year-old was also a member of the Orange Order and the Roe Valley flute band.

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Mayor Brenda Chivers said: “The sudden and tragic nature of John’s death caused great shock and sadness for his family, friends and those who worked with him.

“We continue to hold him in our thoughts and offer our sympathies to his family members.”

The book of condolence will be available to sign during normal opening hours at the following locations:

Limavady – Connell Street Office: November 23 to November 30

Coleraine – Cloonavin: November 30 to December 7

Ballymoney – Riada House: December 7 to December 14

Ballycastle – Sheskburn House: December 14 to December 21