Shay Warren

7 December 1956 - 28 December 2006
Shay Warren
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A Little About Shay

Shay Warren was a great father, partner, brother, uncle, son, friend, colleague... you name it... he was special.

Shay was also an aviation enthusiast and ultimately spent his life (work and play) around aircraft having served with Ryanair for over 20 years, primarely as Deputy Director of Operations.

Shay passed away on December 28th, 2006 after a short illness, at only 50 years of age. He will be sadly missed by his family and friends.


Recent Notices

We are very grateful for all the kind messages of condolence for such a wide variety of family, friends, colleagues and acquaintences. If you would like a copy of the memorial card please contact

Recent Messages of Condolence


A flower may die, the sun may set.But a man like you I'll never forget. Your name is precious, it will never grow old. It's engraved in my heart in letters of gold...Missing you so much. Love always..

Marian Loughnane 24 May, 2009

Shay, miss you still and think of you often, especially today, thanks for the win over Chelsea! (Sorry Mick). Reminds me of the time you brought me to see Chelsea, though we never did get to Anfield together. When I get there, I'll look you up.

Aisling 1 February, 2009

A true gentleman. RIP

Mark Costigan 21 July, 2008

Like so many others, Shay gave me my start in aviation when he hired me as a Crew Controller in 97. He was a tremendous person and I was stunned and deeply saddened when I heard of his untimely death. My sympathy to all who loved him. Conleth (easyJet).

Conleth Curley 12 June, 2007

you build a wall around,that you try to hide behind, but the wall is not reality its only in your mind. your soul is mirriored in your eyes,express the feelings in your heart, the taughts within your doesn't matter where you aboide the same sun shines the whole world wide, that taught kept me from feeling blue to think that sun now shone for you!where ever you are now shay i will always remember you and how you always made me feel very welcome, you where one of the nicest people i had the pleasure of meeting! thank you, x

celine 16 February, 2007

Shay Warren, Father, Brother, Son, Friend - Much Loved, Always Remembered. RIP