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Former Tedcastle chief leaves €50 million in will

The Irish businessman John Reihill left more than €50 million in his will when he died in February 2013.

4th May, 2014

The Irish businessman John Reihill, who controlled the fuel distribution and retail business Tedcastle Holdings, left more than Euro 50 million in his will when he died in February 2013.

Records filed at the Probate Office in Dublin show that the Blackrock-based company director left €50,182,154. Reihill died on February 23, 2013, aged 80.

Tedcastle Holdings, one of the largest privately-owned firms in the country, controls the Top fuel chain. It previously owned the Topshop convenience chain before selling out...

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