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McDERMOTT, Jerome - 31st January 2017 suddenly at Altnagelvin Hospital, beloved son of the late Pat, and Veronica, loving brother of Thomas, Salome, Julian, Michael, and the late Fr Charles, and Fabian. Funeral leaving his home 51 Elmwood Terrace on Friday at 9.20am, to St Columba's Church Longtower, for requiem mass at 10.00am. Interment afterwards in the city cemetery. Sacred heart of Jesus have mercy on his soul, Our Lady of Lourdes intercede for him. DONNELLY, Hilda Joy (née Hazlett) - 30th January 2017, beloved wife of the late Bernard Joseph, loving mother of Bridget, Joseph, Margaret, Sandra, Robert, Patrick, Martin, Elizabeth, Christine and Ellen and much loved grandmother and great grandmother. Funeral from her home, 27 Lilac Avenue, Aghanloo, on Thursday at 9.20am for 10 o’clock Requiem Mass in St. Mary’s Church, Limavady. Interment afterwards in the adjoining cemetery. Queen of the Most Holy Rosary Pray For Her. LARMOUR, Edward (Eddie) - January 31st 2017, (peacefully) at Antrim Area Hospital (after a short illness, surrounded by his Family), Edward (Eddie), dearly loved Husband of Vera, 89 Stewart Avenue, Cookstown, much loved Father of Anne (Higgins, Ardboe), Gregory, George, Geraldine (Donaghy), Jacqueline (O'Kane, Drumquin), Pauline, Raymond and Jennifer and a dear Father-in-Law, Grandfather, Great Grandfather and Brother. Funeral service in his home on Friday (Feb. 3rd), commencing at 1.00pm, followed by burial in Cookstown Cemetery. Family flowers only please. Donations in lieu, if desired, to Macmillan Nurses, payable to D. Watters (Donations A/c), 46 Main Street, Tobermore, Magherafelt BT45 5PW. Lovingly remembered by the entire Family Circle. "Too good in life to be forgotten in death"
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