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ARMSTRONG, Elizabeth Patricia (Betty) - 13th February 2017 Peacefully at Rush Hall Care Home. Beloved wife of the late Norman. Dear mother of Norma, David, Hilary, Glynis and Mark. Mother-in-law of Derek, Alan and Janet. A devoted grandmother and great grandmother. Funeral Service in Adair & Neely Funeral home, 12 Foyle Road, Thursday 16th February at 10.30am followed by burial in Altnagelvin Cemetery. Donations if wished to Alzheimer’s Society NI c/o Freepost RTLT-SSCX-RZUA, Alzheimer’s Society, Scott Road, Scott Lodge, Plymouth PL2 3DU. (All enquiries to Adair & Neely Funeral Directors 02871311321) Deeply missed by her loving family circle. The Lord is My Shepherd. MULLAN, Grace (née Doherty) - 14th February 2017, peacefully at Altnagelvin Hospital, beloved wife of the Late Alex, loving mother of Marion, Colm, Dolores, Bernadette, Geraldine and Brendan, a dear and loving Grandmother and Great-Grandmother. Funeral leaving her home, 36 Cromore Gardens on Friday, 17th inst. at 9.20AM to St. Mary's Church, Creggan for requiem mass at 10.00AM. Interment afterwards in the City cemetery. Sacred Heart of Jesus, have mercy on her soul. Our Lady of Lourdes, intercede for her. JOHNSTON, Rosemary Winifred - February 14th 2017 at Altnagelvin Hospital. Rosemary Winifred, 19 Killane Road, Limavady, much loved daughter of Ellen Elizabeth (Lily) and the late Herbert, loving twin sister of Elizabeth, Kenneth and Brian, sister in law of Heather and Denise, also a dear aunt. Funeral service in her late home on Friday at 1pm followed by burial in 1st Dunboe Presbyterian Church burying ground. Will be lovingly remembered by her entire family circle.
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