JOHNNY Hutch led the grief over the murder of his brother Eddie and son Gareth, "silently and sadly," his funeral mass heard today.
The 66-year-old brother of Gerry & # 39; the monk & # 39; Hatch suffered a serious head injury last Tuesday.
He died at his home from North Circuit in Dublin while the family celebrated his wife's birthday.
Johnny died at the Matter Hospital, surrounded by his family on Thursday.
In spite of his involvement in crime, Johnny survived two attempts in his life after becoming the main hero of the Kinhan Cartel after the murder of David Byrne at the Regency Hotel in February 2016.
His brother Eddie Hutch was gunned down later in retaliation, followed by Johnny's son Gareth in May 2016.
There was a strong presence on the part of Garda outside the Church of the Holy Family on Aughrim Street today, as hundreds of troublemakers have to pay their respects.
His brother, Paty and son Jonathan, both innocent targets of the Kainan Cartel, helped lead the coffin away from the family home to the church.
His wife Vera had a picture of her husband when she went with her daughters to the front of the coffin, while only one scooter had taken her trough.
The guardian helicopter kept a close watch over proceedings from the heavens above, armed with Gordai discreetly mixed with the crowd.
There was no obvious sign of Johnny's brother Gary Hutch at the funeral today, or from his nephew, Patrick Hatch, who was released this year from Bird's murder in the Regency Hotel.
At the beginning of the mass symbols brought to the altar to represent Johnny's life included a can of Guinness, a 7-ap bottle, an orange, a bag of crisps, a magazine and his cell phone.
Fr. Maddad said: "What a day of celebration for Johnny and Vera, has turned into an evening of sadness.
"The last week was a traumatic at the end of the time of Johnny's family life."
At home, Cleric added: “The sudden death of Johnny Hutch is a disastrous blow to his family, a family for which he was a provider and a long-time proprietor.
His capacity to supply was severely restricted by totally unwarranted and completely unjustified threats to his life and his assertion of assertion in his own backyard.
"I'm scared especially by Johnny's own resilience and steadfastness, especially after the death of his son Gareth and brother Eddie in the space of a few months just a few years ago.
"To deal with the losses required by superhuman effort, as it does for the whole family.
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Johnny led his grief quietly and sadly. I'm sure he was completely confused because for him it was deeply personal.
"The support he received, primarily from Vera, was important as it was for the entire family when they came together.
After the funeral, his coffin was brought to the Glassnew Cemetery where he was buried with his son, Gareth, who died in Dublin in 2016.