Creggs native made Commissioner for Oaths

Creggs native and Roscommon town resident, Kenneth Hegarty, has been appointed as a Commissioner for Oaths for the county by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, Donal O’Donnell.

As Commissioner for Oaths, Mr. Hegarty is authorised to administer oaths and affirmations, take affidavits and statutory declarations, and certify documents for use in legal proceedings for County Roscommon.

Kenneth is a former footballer who represented Roscommon at minor, U-21 and senior level. He is a qualified financial advisor with over 20 years’ experience and in 2020 set up his own financial services company and was regulated by the Central Bank to provide financial advisory services to the public from his base in Roscommon town.

In 2021, Minister for Justice Helen McEntee appointed him as a Peace Commissioner.

Kenneth said: “I am honoured to have been appointed as a Commissioner for Oaths in Roscommon and I look forward to serving the community in this important role and helping individuals and organisations navigate the legal system.

“Anyone who wishes to contact me can do so by sending an email to ken@psf.ie or by filling out a contact form on www.psf.ie”.