DEATH NOTICES: Wednesday May 24th 2017

O'HARA, Patrick (Pat) - 113 Altmover Road, Ballyhargan, Dungiven, BT47 4QE, died peacefully May 21, 2017 R.I.P. Beloved husband of the late Mary Lizzie, loving father of Margaret, Gerard, Martin, Marian, Anne, Anthony (deceased), Gabriel, Dermot, Kevin, Caroline and Bernardette (deceased). Funeral from his late residence on Wednesday 24th at 10.15am approx for 11.00am Requiem Mass in the Church of the Immaculate Conception, Gortnahey with interment afterwards in St Patrick's Cemetery, Dungiven. Deeply regretted by his daughters, sons, grandchildren, great grandchildren and extended family circle. St Anthony pray for him. McCULLAGH, Edward (Eddie) - May 22nd 2017, peacefully at home. Beloved husband of Chrissie, Dear Father of Jimmy, Cathy, Martina, Eddie, Theresa, Collette, Joe, Tony, Patrick and Michael, Eddie's remains will be removed from 6 Joyce Court at 9.30am to the Holy Family Church, Ballymagroarty on Thursday 25th for Requiem Mass at 10am Funeral immediately afterwards to the city cemetery, On His Soul Sweet Jesus Have Mercy. Family Flowers Only Donations if wished to St.Vincent De Paul Society care of any family member or Mc Clafferty Funeral Directors SIMPSON, Sylvia Margaret (née Johnston) - May, 22, 2017 beloved wife of the late Samuel John Simpson died peacefully in Foyle Hospice surrounded by her children Claire and Stephen, her sister Helen and in the amazing care of the Hospice Staff. Funeral leaving her late home 6, Macrory Park, Limavady Road, on Thursday at 11.30am followed by a Service of Thanksgiving for her life in All Saints’ Clooney Parish Church at 12 noon (Tea will be served immediately after the Service in Clooney Hall Methodist Church) burial afterwards in St Mark’s Parish Churchyard, Aghadrumsee, Rosslea, Co Fermanagh (arriving approximately 4.15pm). Family flowers only donations in lieu if desired to Foyle Hospice or All Saints’ Clooney Church c/o Mrs Ruth Hay, Funeral Director, 100, Spencer Road, Londonderry BT476AG. She is at Peace, and they are together again.

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