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MARTIN, Catherine, 21st March 2018, darling wife of the late John James, dear mother of Joseph, Mary, Noirin, Zelie, John, Adrian, Brona, Archbishop Eamon, Marie Thérèse, Brenda, Malachy and Dermot, a much loved grandmother and great grandmother and sister of Ellie, Patricia, Sue and the late Eddie, Alice and James. Funeral from her home, 28 Balmoral Avenue on Friday at 9.30 am for 10 o’clock Requiem Mass in St Patrick’s Church, Pennyburn. Interment afterwards in St Patrick’s Cemetery, Iskaheen, Muff, Co Donegal Family flowers only please. Donations in lieu of flowers if wished to Emmaus Room Fund, St Patrick’s Church, Buncrana Road, Pennyburn, Derry. Mary, Queen of the Most Holy Rosary Pray for Her. COYLE(née Cunning), Madeleine, 21st March 2018, peacefully at Altnagelvin Hospital Beloved wife of Eamonn, Loving Daughter of Pat and the Late Charlie, Dear sister of Paul, Damien, Anne and Gabrielle, Madeleine's funeral will take place from her home 20 Summer Hill Prehen at 9.30am on Saturday 24th to St.Columb's Church Waterside for Requiem Mass at 10am followed by burial in St.Mary's cemetery Ardmore, On Her Soul Sweet Jesus Have Mercy, Our lady of Lourdes Pray for Her, Family Flowers Only Donations if Wished to Altnagelvin Macmillan Support Centre. McCURDY, David Huey, 20th March 2018, peacefully at Altnagelvin Hospital, beloved husband of Doreen and loving father of Gillian and Andrew. A dear father-in-law of Flavia and a devoted grandfather of Alessandra, Jack and Rafael and a loving brother of Margaret. Funeral service at home 17 Silverbirch Crescent on Friday 23rd March at 2.00pm followed by burial in Ballyoan Cemetery. Family flowers only, donations in lieu if wished to The Foyle Hospice, 61 Culmore Road, Londonderry. Deeply regretted by his loving family circle.
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