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24/10/2021

DEATH NOTICES: Monday March 6th 2017

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ANDREWS, Ruth (née Craig) - Ballykeen, Ballykelly. Passed away peacefully on Saturday 4th March 2017 at Cornfield care centre late of 58 Roeview Park, Limavady, wife of the late Ronald (Ron) and devoted mother of Irene. Funeral service in First Limavady Presbyterian Church on Tuesday at 2pm followed by interment in adjoining churchyard. Family flowers only please donations if desired to Cornfield Care Centre c/o Brown's funeral directors 25 Church Street Limavady. Will be sadly missed by her daughter Irene, son in law Brian, grandson Ian, Brother Ken, sister in law Marlene and family circle. The Lord is my shepherd RITCHIE, Hazel - March 5th 2017, suddenly at Altnagelvin hospital, 8 Altinure Road, Claudy. Much loved wife of the late William, loving Mother of Samuel and Richard, mother in law of Beverley and Hester dear grandmother of Stewart, Andrew and Georgia. Sister of Andrew. Funeral service in her late home on Tuesday at 2pm followed by interment in Banagher Presbyterian church burying ground. House private. Family flowers only please donations if desired to Banagher Presbyterian Church care of Mr Douglas Scott, 502 Glenshane Road, Claudy. Will be greatly missed by the family circle. McGOWAN, Betty - 4th March 2017 (peacefully) at the Cottage Nursing Home, Betty formerly of Enterprise Avenue, Portstewart, beloved partner of the late Frank and a much loved aunt. Service in Murdock's Funeral Home 2a Windsor Avenue, Coleraine on Wednesday at 1.00pm followed by interment in Portstewart Cemetery. Lovingly remembered by Dolores, nieces, nephews and family circle. NEVIN, Annie Stewart  - 5th March 2017 (peacefully) at Brookmount Nursing Home, Coleraine, Annie Stewart, formerly of Macilvennon, Portrush, sister of Lyle and the late John and Francis and aunt to Thomas, Lynda, Hugh and Robert. Service in Ballywillan Presbyterian Church on Tuesday at 11.30am followed by interment in Ballywatt Presbyterian Church Burying Ground. Lovingly remembered by her family circle.  

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