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DORAN, Helen (Rose) (née Kealey) - Peacefully at her home 62 Roe View Park Limavady. Beloved wife of the late Charles, loving mother of George, Martin, Gerald, Siobhan, Claire, John, Mary, Jacqueline, Anthony, Gavin and Emma and a much loved grandmother and great grandmother. Dear sister of Agnes, Bernadette and the late George, William, John, Robert, Margaret and Mary. Funeral from her home Saturday 25th at 9.20 for 10am requiem mass in Saint Mary’s Church Limavady. Interment afterwards in adjoining cemetery. Family flowers only, Donations in lieu of flowers to Foyle Hospice 61 Culmore Road Derry BT48 8JE. Queen of the Most Holy Rosary pray For her. MURRAY, Flo - Peacefully at Madelayne Court Care Home, Portstewart and formerly of Bannvale, Coleraine. Flo, dearly beloved wife of the late Nick, loving mother of David and Helen, mother-in-law of Christine and Robert, grandmother of Katie and sister of Eileen, Joan and Roy. Funeral Service in First Coleraine Presbyterian Church on Saturday at 12.00noon followed by interment in Coleraine Cemetery. Family flowers only please. Donations in lieu if desired by making cheques payable to N I Chest, Heart & Stroke c/o Ms Charlene Wade, 3 Upper Abbey Street, Coleraine BT52 1BF. Lovingly remembered by all the family. BRINKLEY, Kathleen (née Porter) - Beloved wife of Lee, loving mother of Gavin, Nicola and Mark and a much loved grandmother and devoted sister. Funeral from her home, 92 Bloomfield Park, on Saturday at 10 o’clock for 10.30 am Requiem Mass in St Joseph’s Church, Galliagh. Interment afterwards in the City Cemetery. Family flowers only please. Donations in lieu if wished to Foyle Hospice 61 Culmore Road, Derry BT48 8JE or to Marie Curie, c/o The Chairperson, City Friends of Marie Curie, 6 Mount Pleasant, Culmore Road, Derry BT48 8NW. Queen of the Most Holy Rosary Pray for Her. McGINNIS, Samuel Edward (Eddie) - February 22nd 2017, peacefully at Altnagelvin Hospital, 61 Alexander Road, Limavady. Much loved husband of Evelyn, loving father of Alan & Ashley also a dear Father-in-law and grandfather of OrIa, Neal & Alanna. Funeral service in his late home on Saturday at 2pm followed by interment in first Limavady Presbyterian Church burying ground. Family flowers only please donations if desired to Cancer Research c/o Browns Funeral Directors 25 Church Street, Limavady. Will be lovingly remembered by his entire family circle. McALLISTER, Eamon - Swatragh 23rd February 2017, suddenly Eamon R.I.P. dearly beloved husband of Mary and much loved father of Martina Loughran, Emma, Stephen and Sheena McCullagh and loving grandfather of Amy, Ciara, Daniel, Ryan, Grace, Matthew, Anna and Mia. Funeral arrangements later. Sacred heart of Jesus have mercy on his soul. Deeply regretted by his sorrowing wife, son, daughters, grandchildren, sons in law Gary and James, Brothers Johnny, Chris, Ignatius and Paul, Sisters Theresa Doherty, Charlotte Atkinson, and Margaret Reid, nephew, nieces, and family circle. St Padre Pio pray for him. Funeral arrangements will be updated on www.jagormley.com when they are finalised or call J A Gormley Funeral Directors: 07733327532. PEEPLES, William James (Willie) - February 23rd 2017 (peacefully) at Antrim Area Hospital, William James (Willie), 40 Beechland Road, Magherafelt, dearly loved Brother of John, Noel, Philip, Anna-May, Bessie, Dorothy and the late Norman, Roy, Samuel, Clarke, Maria, Margaret and Isobel. Funeral from his home (day and time to be confirmed) to Calvary Free Presbyterian Church for service, followed by burial in the adjoining Churchyard. Family flowers only please. Donations in lieu, if desired, to The British Liver Trust, payable to D. Watters (Donations A/c), 46 Main Street, Tobermore Magherafelt BT45 5PW. Lovingly remembered by all his Brothers, Sisters, Sisters-in-Law, Brothers-in-Law, Nephews, Nieces and the entire Family Circle. "Too good in life to be forgotten in death"
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