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TIERNEY, Francis (Frank) - died 12th October 2017 R.I.P.surrounded by his loving family, beloved husband of Maureen, much loved father of Liam, Kevin, Sean, Brian, Nuala and Ciara and a much loved grandfather and father-in-law. His remains will be removed from his home, 34A Josephine Avenue, Limavady on Friday at 6.45 pm to St Mary’s Church, Limavady for Requiem Mass on Saturday at 10 o’clock. Interment afterwards in the adjoining cemetery. Family flowers only please. Donations in lieu of flowers if wished to St Vincent de Paul, St Mary’s Conference, Limavady, c/o any family member. Queen of the Most Holy Rosary and St Pio pray for him. TARR, Bill (Jack) - 11th October 2017, Peacefully at home. Beloved Husband of the late Margaret and Loving Father of Pauline, Billy, Sean, Bernadette, Michael, Margaret, Eugene, Adrian, Gail and Kathleen. Funeral from his home, 51 Glenside Road on Saturday 14th October at 9:30am to Saint Eugene's Cathedral for Requiem Mass at 10:00am. Interment immediately afterwards in the City Cemetery. Sacred Heart of Jesus have Mercy on his soul. LIVINGSTONE (née Carmichael), Robina Margaret - 11th October 2017, peacefully at Causeway Hospital, Robina Margaret, 2 Rockland Park, Macosquin, Coleraine. Dearly loved wife of the late George, loving mother of Trevor and Gillian, mother-in-law of Corrin and Richard and a much loved grandmother and great-grandmother. Funeral Service in Wades Funeral Home on Saturday 21st October at 11.00am followed by cremation at Roselawn Crematorium, Belfast at 1.30pm. Family flowers only please. Donations if desired by making cheques payable to NI Chest, Heart & Stroke c/o Ms Charlene Wade, 3 Upper Abbey Street, Coleraine, BT52 1BF. Lovingly remembered by all her family.
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