Frank ‘Frankie’ Feighan is a Senator in the 25th Seanad having been nominated by An Taoiseach Enda Kenny T.D. in May 2016. Frank is also a member of the Oireachtas Committee on Transport, Tourism and Sport. A native of Boyle in North Roscommon, Frank was first elected to the Dáil in the 2007 General Election. He was elected chair of the Committee on the Implementation of the Good Friday Agreement on July 22, 2014. He was appointed as Fine Gael’s Front Bench Spokesperson on Community, Equality and Gaeltacht Affairs in July 2010. He was formerly a member of the Seanad, elected on the Administrative Panel in July 2002 and during that time he was Spokesperson on Arts, Sports and Tourism in the Upper House. Frank was first elected to Roscommon County Council in 1999 for the Boyle electoral area, topping the poll.
Frank lived in both Australia and the States in the 1980s and has a background as a self-employed businessperson. He loves music and he is a member of Boyle Musical Society and his local choir. He took part in RTE’s You’re A Star in 2006 to help raise money for charity. His musical tastes range from opera and classical, to U2 and Frank Sinatra. Frank’s favourite film is ‘Titanic’ and his favourite saying is ‘That’s life’.
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Appointment of Design Team for €7.85m Medical Rehabilitation Unit at Roscommon Hospital a critical milestone for project - Feighan
Fine Gael Senator, Frank Feighan, has said that the official appointment a Design Team for the €7.85m Medical Rehabilitation Unit at Roscommon Hospital is a critical milestone for the project.
Feighan highlights with Minister need to advance bed capacity proposals for Sligo Hospital
Senator Frank Feighan today highlighted the need to advance the bed capacity plans for Sligo University Hospital with the Junior Minister for Health, Jim Daly.
Time for Sinn Féin to take Westminster seats for Irish interests– Feighan
IS it time for Sinn Féin to take their six seats in Westminster and defend Irish interests as the UK continues to veer wildly towards a Brexit cliff face, Fine Gael Senator Frank Feighan has asked.