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BELL, Kathleen (née Forrest) - 23rd September 2017, beloved wife of Maurice and loving mother of Seamus, Brian, Peter and the late Louise. Her remains will be removed from W J O’Brien & Son’s Funeral Home, 110 Clooney Road, Eglinton on Monday at 6 pm for Requiem Mass in St Mary’s Church, Limavady on Tuesday at 10 am. Interment afterwards in the adjoining cemetery. Family flowers only please. Donations if wished to CLIC Sargent, C/o 25 Elmwood Mews, Belfast. Queen of the Most Holy Rosary Pray for Her. GALLAGHER, Redmond - 23rd September 2017, beloved husband of Betty, loving father of Stephen, Tanya, Redmond and Diarmuid, son of Tessie and the late Richie, dear brother of Roy, Martin, Eamon, Jackie and Derek and much loved grandfather of Niamh, Ruari, Conall and Keeva. Funeral from his home, 11 Waveney Park on Monday at 1.25 pm for 2 o’clock Requiem Mass in the Church of the Immaculate Conception, Trench Road. Interment afterwards in St Mary’s Cemetery, Ardmore. Sacred Heart of Jesus Have Mercy on his Soul. BRESLIN, Grace Patricia - 23rd September 2017 beloved wife of the late Seamus, formerly of Malin Gardens, dear mother of Rosemary, Dolores, Jim, Ann, Donna, Martina, Caroline and the late Paula and a much loved grandmother and great grandmother. Funeral from her home, 4 Chippendale Park, Foyle Springs on Monday at 9.30 am for 10 o’clock Requiem Mass in the Holy Family Church, Ballymagroarty. Interment afterwards in the city cemetery. Family flowers only please. Donations if wished to Marie Currie C/o Joan Doherty, 20 Dunhugh Park, Victoria Road, BT47 2NL. Queen of the Most Holy Rosary Pray for Her.
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