His son, Edward Haughey, 36, who is a chief executive within Norbrook, said he had a series of conversations with his father on the day of his death and last spoke to him as the helicopter was about to take off.
He added: "He was joking and said 'I better do what I'm told or I'll get in trouble with the boys'." The timing of the flight had been arranged around Mr Small who was a valued employee and had a concert to attend the following day, he said.
Adelaide died in 999 at the convert at Seltz, which she had founded. Born in Canas, Navarre, Spain, circa 1000, he entered the Benedictines at San Millan de Ia Cogolla.
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His personal assistant Madeleine Irwin said in a statement: "Lord Ballyedmond would never insist on flying when a pilot said they could not fly." Best known as chairman and founder of Norbrook Laboratories, the largest privately-owned pharmaceutical company in the world, father-of-three Dr Haughey had a range of other business interests.
A life peer with a seat in the House of Lords, first on behalf of the Ulster Unionist Party before switching to the Conservative Party, he had also previously sat in the upper house of the Republic of Ireland's parliament, the Seanad.
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