Photograph courtesy of Mrs Darina Warner
1917 –2006. A Dubliner, he was by profession a solicitor. Educated in Belvedere, he was chairman of the Board of Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital Drogheda, which was founded by the Medical Missionaries of Mary. He was Company Secretary and one of the early management of Aer Lingus. With Erskine Childers (1905 –1974 served as the fourth President of Ireland) and others, he was on the inaugural flight of Aer Lingus from Dublin to New York. After Aer Lingus he was Commissioner with the International Air Transport Association in Geneva. Paddy was also chairman of the St. Stephen's Green Club for some years and a member of the Committee of the Royal Dublin Society. Brother of Charles KSG. He died on 15 December 2006 and is buried, like so many other papal knights, in Deansgrange Cemetery.