Who is Aidan Hume (John Hume's Son) Biography, Wiki, Age, Family, Net Worth, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook
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Who is Aidan Hume (John Hume's Son) Biography, Wiki, Age, Family, Net Worth, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook

Aidan Hume (John Hume’s Son) Biography – Aidan Hume Wiki

Aidan Hume is a senior advisor in the global communications company Hume-Brophy specializing on developing key relationships in the United States of America. He has an MBA from Boston College and enjoyed a successful 20 year career in the banking industry. He is the son of John and Pat Hume and lives with his family in greater Boston.

John Hume Death

His death was confirmed by his family this morning.
“We are deeply saddened to announce that John passed away peacefully in the early hours of the morning after a short illness,” a family statement said.
“We would like to extend our deepest and heartfelt thanks to the care and nursing staff of Owen Mor nursing home in Derry.

An Taoiseach Micheál Martin TD said: “John Hume was a great hero and a true peace maker.

“Throughout his long life he exhibited not just courage, but also fortitude, creativity and an utter conviction that democracy and human rights must define any modern society.

“For over four decades, he was a passionate advocate for a generous, outward-looking and all-encompassing concept of nationalism and republicanism. For him the purpose of politics was to bring people together, not split them apart.

“During the darkest days of paramilitary terrorism and sectarian strife, he kept hope alive. And with patience, resilience and unswerving commitment, he triumphed and delivered a victory for peace.

“While the 1998 Good Friday Agreement was the product of many people’s work, can anyone really claim that it would have happened without John Hume? He didn’t just talk about peace, he worked unstintingly for peace, at times in the face of the most virulent criticism and risk to his life. He knew that to be a peace maker on this island meant being a risk taker.

“John Hume’s life was one of towering achievement. His vision was realised and while illness took away his voice, his presence remains all around us on this island in the form of political stability and he has left us a powerful legacy of peace and reconciliation.

“Such achievement of course meant much sacrifice – a sacrifice shared by his wife Pat and his family but they knew it was for the greater good.

“I extend my sympathies to his wife Pat and his five children Aine, Therese, John jnr, Aidan, and Mo. Their grief will be great but they can take pride in the knowledge that they have shared their life with one of the greatest Irish people that ever lived. All people on this island will give thanks for his life.”

SDLP leader Colum Eastwood said the death of John Hume represents the loss of “20th century Ireland’s most significant and consequential political figure”.
“It is no exaggeration to say that each and every one of us now lives in the Ireland Hume imagined – an island at peace and free to decide its own destiny,” Mr Eastwood said.
“This is an historic moment on this island but most of all it is a moment of deep, deep sadness. In the days ahead, Ireland will be united in mourning his loss. However amidst that national mourning, it is equally true that the marking of John’s death also opens up a space to reflect on, and celebrate, the magnitude of his life.”

John Hume Cause of Death

Mr. Hume has been demented for years.
Obituary: John Hume
When IRA called a truce in August 1994, she was greeted with joy and relaxation in Northern Ireland.
Despite enormous criticism, Hume has always defended his decision to speak to Sinn Féin to build this peace process.
Although many people were involved, the role of the SDLP leader was crucial.
“Politics,” said once, “an alternative to war.”
John Hume’s participation in the boiler of Northern Irish politics began in the streets of his native Londonderry, where he was born in 1937.
Post-war educational reforms allowed him to earn scholarships to the local grammar school and briefly trained for the priesthood before returning to work as a teacher.