Peter Fitzpatrick TD

Peter is the Manager of Louth Senior Football Team, the Leinster finalists of 2010 He is a native of Dundalk, and he’s lived there all his life Peter married Ann and they have three grown up children; Stephen, Daramay and Grace He works in the electrical business and he served in the army from 1987 until 1990

Some other facts about Peter: Peter played GAA senior football for Louth from 1980 until 1996, during which time he captained the team for five years He’s a loyal supporter of Dundalk Football Club, and he played for the team in the late 70s and early 80s The Corrs and U2 are Peter’s favourite bands He’s a big Russel Crowe fan, and his favourite film is Gladiator Peter’s favourite saying is “No Pain, No Gain.”

Focus on healthy lifestyle needed to combat obesity - Fitzpatrick

Fine Gael TD for Louth, Peter Fitzpatrick TD has, today (Thursday), called for a greater focus on healthy living in Louth following an Irish Examiner article in which Louth is listed as one of the worst counties for obesity.

Increased investment benefitting Louth business - Fitzpatrick

Fine Gael Louth TD, Peter Fitzpatrick, has today (Monday) welcomed the IDA announcement of increased foreign investment in Irish business in the first half of the year.

€14 million tobacco seizure will damage illegal trade

Fine Gael TD and member of Oireachtas Health and Children Committee, Peter Fitzpatrick, today (Tuesday), welcomed the news that €14 million worth of tobacco has been seized by customs officers at Drogheda Port.

Nursing homes in the North East providing vital employment

Fine Gael Louth TD and member of the Oireachtas Committee on Health and Children, Peter Fitzpatrick this week met with Fintan Farrelly, Regional Chairman of Nursing Homes Ireland (NHI) to discuss the challenges facing the sector.

Does Gerry Adams have no interest in 400 new jobs in his own backyard? – Fitzpatrick

Fine Gael Louth TD, Peter Fitzpatrick, has today (Wednesday) strongly criticised Gerry Adam’s failure to welcome the announcement of 400 new jobs for Dundalk, saying it exposes Sinn Féin’s hypocritical stance on job creation.