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Terence (Terry) O'Doherty The death has taken place of the late Terence (Terry) O'Doherty 31st August 2018, Peacefully at the Foyle Hospice, Beloved Son of the late Michael and Bridie, Loving Father of Claire, Gary and Ciaran, Dear Partner of Joan, Loving Brother of Breda, Betty, Willie, Pat and the late Nell, Anne, Seamus, Michael and John, Terry's remains will be removed from his home 6 Epworth Street at 9.30am on Monday 3rd September to St.Eugene's Cathedral for Requiem Mass at 10am Funeral Immediately afterwards to The City cemetery On His Soul Sweet Jesus Have Mercy
Wilson, Thomas Alexander (Alistair) 30th August 2018. Suddenly at his home 10 Greenhaw Avenue. A beloved son of the late William and Teresa. Dear brother of William, Samuel, Elaine and the late Celine. Devoted Uncle to all his nieces and nephews. Funeral service in Ballyarnett Presbyterian Church on Saturday 1st September at 2pm, followed burial in Altnagelvin Cemetery. Donations in lieu of flowers if desired to Foyle Hospice, 61 Culmore Road, Londonderry, BT48 8JE. All enquiries to Adair & Neely Funeral Directors 02871311321. Deeply regretted by his loving family circle.
Faulkner, Mary (Maisie) 29 August 2018 peacefully at Longfield Care Home. Loving sister of Bertie and the late Jean, Ruby, Jack, Victor, Stanley, Ronnie and Jim. Funeral service at All Saints Church Clooney on Sunday 2nd September at 2pm followed by burial in Altnagelvin Cemetery. Family flowers only. Donations in lieu of flowers if desired to All Saints Clooney c/o Mrs Helen Henderson, 5 Manning Way, Londonderry, BT47 6GL. All enquiries to Adair & Neely Funeral Directors 02871311321. At Peace.
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