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Doherty, 17th March 2017, George, beloved husband of the late Joan, loving father of George, Marie, Ethna, Bernadette, Regina and the late Gerry, much loved grandfather and great grandfather Funeral from his home, 4 Foyle Park, on Tuesday at 9.30am for 10 o’clock Requiem Mass in St. Columba's Church, Long Tower. Interment afterwards in the city cemetery. Sacred Heart of Jesus Have Mercy on His Soul. Boyce, March 19th 2017, peacefully at her home, 60 Connell Street Limavady, Jean, much loved wife of William loving mother of Valerie, Mary, Martin, Tracey, mother in law of Robert, William, Helen, Martin, grandmother of David, Julie, Christopher, Gareth, Daniel, Matthew, Caoimhe, Senan, Great grandmother of Jack, Foster granny of Jordan also a dear sister and sister in law. Funeral from her late home on Tuesday at 11.15am for service in Christ Church at 12noon. Followed by interment in adjoining churchyard. Family flowers only please donations if desired to Marie curie cancer care care of Brown's funeral directors 25 church Street Limavady. Padre Pio pray for her. Crossan, Teresa, (Claudy) 19th March 2017, peacefully, at Altnagelvin Hospital, beloved sister of Lily (Derlin), Philip Crossan, Bridie (Gormley) and the late Michael Crossan, and formerly, housekeeper to the late Father Patrick Dillon, (late of Claudy/Melmount/Desertegney Parishes) R.I.P. Her remains will repose at her late residence 43 Faughan View Park, Claudy, Co. Derry until her funeral to St. Patrick's Church, Claudy for requiem mass at 11.00am on Tuesday 21st, followed by committal in St. Joseph's Cemetery, Craigbane. Sacred heart of Jesus have mercy on her soul. Deeply regretted by her sorrowing sisters, brother, nieces, nephews and family circle.
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