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Hornchurch pub death: Family say all welcome at Oggy’s funeral

PUBLISHED: 07:00 27 January 2016

Aiden Mahoney, known to friends as Oggy, was stabbed on Sunday

Aiden Mahoney, known to friends as Oggy, was stabbed on Sunday

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The funeral of Aiden “Oggy” O’Mahoney will be held next week.

Cranham resident Aiden, 60, was stabbed to death in JJ Moon’s Wetherspoon, High Street, Hornchurch on Sunday January 10 while watching his beloved Tottenham Hotspur play in the FA Cup.

His step-daughter Louise Tonks said his family are happy for everyone to attend his funeral at Upminster Crematorium on Thursday next week at 2.40pm.

Proceedings will then move on to The George, High Street, Hornchurch.

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