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McLERNON, Patrick - (Magherafelt) August 11, 2017, Patrick R.I.P. Beloved husband of Mary and loving father of Siobhan (Hampsey), Kathy and Adrian, brother of Sean, Maureen (Donnelly), Bernadette (McKinless), Una (O'Boyle) and the late Philomena (Speirs). Funeral from his home, 14 Castledawson Road, on Sunday at 11.15am for 12 noon Mass in Church of our Lady of the Assumption, interment afterwards in Cemetery of Church of St John, Milltown. Sacred Heart of Jesus have mercy on his soul. Deeply regretted by his sorrowing son, daughters, son-in-law Thomas, partners Rory and Siobhan, grandchildren Danielle, Odhran, Ciara and Caolin, brother, sisters, nephews, nieces and large family circle. LINDSAY, Robert James (Bertie) - Robert James (Bertie) August 12, 2017 Peacefully at Altnagelvin Hospital (surrounded by his loving family) much loved husband of Irene, devoted daddy of Gillian, Rachel and Helen, loving father-in-law of Paul and Craig, adored granda of Harrison and Robin, dearest brother of George, John (Australia) Alan, Andrew and the late Elizabeth (Lily). Funeral leaving his late home 165, Slieveboy Road, Claudy on Monday 14th August at 1.30pm followed by a Service of Thanksgiving for his life in Upper Cumber Presbyterian Church at 2.00pm, burial afterwards in Upper Cumber Cemetery. Family flowers only, donations in lieu if desired to Upper Cumber Presbyterian Church or Chest, Heart & Stroke Association, c/o Mrs. Ruth Hay, Funeral Director, 100, Spencer Road, Londonderry BT47 6AG. Very deeply regretted and will be lovingly remembered by his loving wife, daughters, sons-in-law, grandchildren, brothers, nieces, nephews and entire family circle. Your presence is missed, but in our hearts you will live forever.
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