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ASHFIELD, Irwin – June 10, 2017, (suddenly) at his home, 27 Rectory Park, Garvagh, Irwin, dearly loved husband of Mary, much loved father of Margaret (King) and her partner Robert and a loving grandfather of Mark and Simon. Funeral service in his home, Monday, June 12 at 2:00pm, followed by burial in Ballyscullion Parish Churchyard, Bellaghy. Family flowers only please. Donations in lieu, if desired, for Cancer Research UK, payable to Garvin’s Funeral Service (Donations A/c), 15 Ballyronan Road, Magherafelt, BT45 6BP. Lovingly remembered by his wife Mary, daughter Margaret and the entire family circle. “The Lord’s my shepherd.” MAWHINNEY, Robert Douglas - June 10, 2017 Peacefully at his home “Wyncrest" 7a Altnagelvin Park, Altnagelvin, dearly beloved husband of Daisy, much loved father of Kenneth, Catherine and Elaine, loving father-in-law of Lorraine and Richard, devoted grandfather of David, Andrew, Christopher, Caroline, Jonathan and Joanna and a dear grandaughter-in-law Emma. Service of Thanksgiving for his life in Glendermott Parish Church on Wednesday 14th at 1.30pm followed by burial in the adjoining Churchyard. (House Strictly Private). Family flowers only, donations in lieu if desired to Glendermott Parish Church c/o Rectory Office, Church Brae, Londonderry BT47 2LS (All enquires to D. & R. Hay, Funeral Directors 028 71312567). Very deeply regretted by his sorrowing family circle. What a friend we have in Jesus. McCLAY, Robert (Ronnie) - 11th June 2017 beloved husband of the late Ethel, loving father of Esther, Margaret, John, Sylvia and the late Carol and Heather, son of the late Jack and Florrie and dear brother of Joyce, Brian, Avril, Marion, David, Muriel, Harry and Allistar and a much loved grandfather. Funeral service in his home 42 Clonmeen Drive, Strathfoyle on Tuesday at 2pm. Interment afterwards in Ballyoan cemetery. The Lord is my Shepherd. WATTON, Thomas Stewart (Stewarty) - 11th June 2017 (peacefully) at the Robinson Memorial Hospital Ballymoney, Thomas Stewart (Stewarty), 33, Ballymacrea Road, Portrush, dearly loved husband of Margaret. Service in Murdock's Funeral Home 2a Windsor Avenue, Coleraine on Tuesday at 12.00noon followed by interment in Ballywillan Cemetery, Portrush. House Strictly Private. Family flowers only please. Donations in lieu if desired for Macmillan Cancer Support c/o Mrs Mona Murdock c/o 31 Bushmills Road, Coleraine. Deeply regretted by his family and entire family circle. McCLELLAND, John - 10th June 2017 (peacefully) at the Bohill Care Home, Coleraine, John, formerly of Circular Road/Brook Street Coleraine, dearly loved brother of Suzanne, Joe and Lilian and dear brother-in-law of Wesley. Service in St. Patrick's Church, Coleraine on Tuesday at 2.00pm followed by interment in Coleraine Cemetery. Family flowers only please. Donations in lieu if desired for the Alzheimer's Society c/o Mrs Mona Murdock c/o 31 Bushmills Road, Coleraine. Deeply regretted by his family and entire family circle. KELLY, John James - June 11th 2017 (peacefully) at Antrim Area Hospital, dearly loved Husband of Marie, 20 Quarry Road, Knockloughrim, much loved Father of Barbara, John, Thomas and Mark, a dear Father-in-Law of Derek, Vanessa, Sylvia and Emma and devoted Granda of Nicole, Andrew, Alannah, Emily, Charlie, Leah, Chloe and Sophie. Funeral from his home on Tuesday, June 13th at 1.30pm to Knockloughrim Presbyterian Church for service at 2.00pm, followed by burial in the adjoining Churchyard. Family flowers only please. Donations in lieu, if desired, to Knockloughrim Presbyterian Church, payable to D. Watters (Donations A/c), 55 Main Street, Tobermore, Magherafelt BT45 5PP. Lovingly remembered by his sorrowing Wife, Family and Family Circle. "Safe in the arms of Jesus"
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