Untimely death not the end of comic Crummey's story
By Anne Hailes
SEÁN Crummey was a special man, modest and charming and brimming with talent. He was a teacher, an entertainer, a political satirist, the creator of the BBC's The Folks on the Hill and a mimic par excellence.
It all began when John Lenaghan got him a spot on Downtown radio, then phoning The Nolan Show pretending to be an irate cleric and it ended in 2012 when, at the age of 53, this much-loved man died from bowel cancer.