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UPDATED: DEATH NOTICES: Monday, 24th September, 2018.
24 Sept 2018
MOORE, Alexander (Lexie): 23rd September 2018, peacefully at Templemoyle Nursing Home. Late of 7 Springburn Road. Beloved Husband of the late Phyllis and loving Father of the late Janice. A Devoted Grandfather and Great Grandfather of Craig, Rory, Connor, Phoebe and William. A Loving Uncle to Sylvia and Stephen and Dear Brother-in-law of Brenda. Last surviving player from the Belfast Celtic Team 1949. Funeral service in Adair & Neely Funeral Home, 10-12 Foyle Road at 10am on Wednesday 26th September followed by burial in Altnagelvin Cemetery. Family flowers only, donations in lieu to First Derry Presbyterian Church c/o Mrs Sylvia Dingley, 26 Grovemount Court, Londonderry BT47 5JP. Deeply regretted by his loving family circle. The Lord Is My Shepherd.
MOORE, John Francis (Jack) September 22, 2018 Peacefully at Altnagelvin Hospital ( in the tender loving care of his family in his 92nd year ) dearly beloved husband of Betty, much loved father of Velda (Australia) and Keith, loving father-in-law of Victor, adored grandfather of Kathryn and Megan, great-grandfather of Matilda and Archer. Funeral took place on Monday 24th September from his late 32, Blackburn Crescent, Woodburn, burial afterwards in Ballyoan Cemetery. Donations in lieu if desired to St. Augustine’s Parish Church c/o Mr. Richard Montgomery, 1 Sycamore Gardens, Drumahoe, Londonderry BT47 3BZ. Dearly loved and will be sadly missed by his entire family circle. The Lord is my Shepherd.
MOLLOY (née Robb), Anna Matilda, (Nee Tillie Robb of Portlough): 23rd September 2018, peacefully at Altnagelvin Hospital, Age 90 years. Late of 6 Myrtlefield Road. Beloved Wife of the late Harry and Loving Mother of Pauline and the late Doreen and Norma. A Devoted Grandmother of Richard, Andrew, Paul, Mark and Great Grandmother of Lughan and Ailionóra. Funeral service in St Columbs Cathedral at 2pm on Wednesday 26th September followed by burial in the City Cemetery. Anna will be resting at her Daughter’s family home 62 Stoneypath. Family Flowers only, Donations in lieu St Columbs Cathedral, c/o The Very Rev Raymond Stewart, The Deanery, 30 Bishop Street, Londonderry BT48 6PP. Deeply regretted by her loving family circle. The Lord Is My Shepherd.
CHESNEY, September 22, 2018 at his home 4 Golf Terrace, Magherafelt, William, father of David, Colin and Ivana, father-in-law of Heather, Rhonda and Nick, a dear grandfather and loving brother of Brenda and brother-in-law of Sidney. House strictly private. Funeral arrangements later. Will be sadly missed by his family, friends and neighbours.
McINTYRE, Charles, 23rd September 2018 beloved husband of the late Winifred, loving father of Jacqueline, Rory, Tony, Joanne, Denise, Amanda, Fiona and Charlie and a much loved father-in-law, grandfather, great grandfather and brother. Funeral from his home, 5 Owenmore Place, Strathfoyle today at 10.30 am for 11 o’clock Requiem Mass in St Oliver Plunkett’s Church, Strathfoyle. Interment afterwards in St Mary’s cemetery, Ardmore. Family flowers only please. Donations in lieu of flowers if wished to Alzheimer’s Society, Sevenoaks, Derry, BT47 6AL. Sacred Heart of Jesus have mercy on his soul.
DUFFY, Colm R.I.P.: 22nd September 2018 husband of Gemma, loving father of Gavan, Cormac, Ronan, Daragh, Ciaran and Conor, a much loved grandfather and dear brother of Oliver and the late Brian, Desmond, Dominic and Michael. Funeral from the family home, 34 Barnscourt, Culmore Road, Tuesday at 9.30 am for 10 o’clock Requiem Mass in St Eugene’s Cathedral. Interment afterwards in the city cemetery. Family flowers only please. Donations in lieu of flowers if wished to Alzheimer’s Society, Sevenoaks, Derry, BT47 6AL. Sacred Heart of Jesus have mercy on his soul.
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