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ANDERSON (née McCaul), Betty, 13th October 2017, peacefully at her home, 91 Lisfannon Park, Betty, beloved wife of the Late William (Dinky), loving mother to Robert, Sheena, Helen, Jack, Peter, Noleen, Isobel, Christine, Martina and Sharon. Dearly loved and will be sadly missed by her grandchildren, greatgrandhildren, sons-in-law, daughters-in-law and the entire family circle.Funeral leaving her home on Monday, 16th inst. at 11:20am to St. Columba's Church, Longtower for Requiem Mass at 12:00 Noon Interment afterwards in the City cemetery. Sacred Heart of Jesus, have mercy on her soul. Our Lady of Lourdes intercede for her.
CURRAN, (nee Brolly), Annie 13th. October 2017. Peacefully at Altnagelvin Hospital, Annie, beloved wife of Brendan, loving mother of Janet, Edward and the late Colum, and a dear and loving grandmother and great-grandmother. Funeral leaving her home 19 Broadway tomorrow on Sunday the 15th. Inst. at 11:50am to St Mary's Church Creggan for Funeral Mass at 12:15pm Interment afterwards in the City Cemetery.Sacred Heart Of Jesus Have Mercy On Her Soul Our Lady Of Lourdes Intercede For Her.
MEENAN, Anna: 14th October 2017, peacefully at Altnagelvin Hospital. RIP. Beloved wife of the late Bernard (Benny) and Loving Mother of Brian, Conor , Kevin and Catherine and a Dear Mother-in-law of Bev, Mary, Mark and a Devoted Grandmother of Eleanor, Thomas, Ciara, Liam, Roisin, Orla, Niamh and Cathal. Funeral leaving her home 15 Summerhill Grove at 9.30am for 10am Requiem Mass in St Patricks Pennyburn on Tuesday 17th October 17 followed by burial in City Cemetery. (All Enquiries to Adair & Neely Funeral Directors 028 71311321). Our Lady of Knock Pray, for her.
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