Irish millionaire and philanthropist, Richard Ford, dies aged 79

Dublin, Ireland – Irish millionaire Richard Ford has died aged 79 after suffering a heart attack in his home last week.

Mr Ford, who was born in Cork, was one of the founders of the Ford Foundation and the son of former President John Ford.

“I am proud to have known him and to have worked with him in his many charitable endeavours. “

“In our community, he was a hero.” “

In the wake of the news, Mr Henry said he would miss his friend “from a position of respect and dignity”. “

In our community, he was a hero.”

In the wake of the news, Mr Henry said he would miss his friend “from a position of respect and dignity”.

A spokesman for the foundation said: “[Richard] was one the founders and a member of the board of trustees of the Foundation, where he was deeply involved in Ireland’s social justice and social enterprise movements. “

Our thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends at this time.”

“The Foundation’s focus is on creating opportunity for the most disadvantaged people in Ireland, and on improving the lives of those in the community.” “

The Foundation is an Irish organisation which has been around since 1881 and has been operating since 1894.”

The Foundation’s focus is on creating opportunity for the most disadvantaged people in Ireland, and on improving the lives of those in the community.”

The Foundation is an Irish organisation which has been around since 1881 and has been operating since 1894.