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Thomas James Colhoun Born in Derry on 21st September 1923, died on 18th October 2018 in the Coronary Care Unit at Altnagelvin Hospital, after a very short period of illness. He had just celebrated his 95th birthday. Tom will be sorely missed by his wife Roberta and his children Aileen and Alan. Tom’s ashes will be interred in the Colhoun family grave in the City of Derry Cemetery on Monday 5th November at midday, and a warm invitation is extended to anyone who would like to attend. Following the interment, all are invited to a reception at the Bishop’s Gate Hotel (24 Bishop Street, Derry) at 1pm to celebrate Tom’s life. No flowers, please. But if you would like to make a charitable donation in Tom’s memory, please send a cheque payable to the NI Chest, Heart & Stroke, 21 Dublin Road, Belfast, BT2 7HB. All Enquiries to H Wade & Son 02870343438.
ROSBOROUGH, Mamie (née Doherty) October 19, 2018, beloved wife of the late Norman, loving mother of Joan, Billy, Ann, Norman, Gillian and Owen and a much-loved grandmother, great-grandmother, mother-in-law and dear sister. Funeral Service in her home, 124 The Fountain, on Tuesday at 2.00pm. Interment afterwards in Altnagelvin Cemetery. Back in the arms of my beloved.
King October 21st 2018, died suddenly, Cecil, 58 Plantation Road, Ballykelly. Much loved husband of Gillian, Devoted father of Jason, Lauren & Alice, Also a loving grandfather, brother, Uncle and Son-in-law. Funeral from his home on Wednesday (24th) at 12.40pm for service in Drumachose Presbyterian Church at 1.30pm followed by interment in Enagh Cemetery. Family flowers only please, donations if desired and cheques payable to WHSCT Cardiology Department & Drumachose Presbyterian Church c/o Browns Funeral Directors, 25 Church Street, Limavady. Home open to family and close friends. Will be lovingly remembered and sadly missed by his entire family circle.
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