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HOLDEN, William Joseph (Joe) - 23rd December 2016 (peacefully) at Greenhaw Lodge, loving husband of Florence, dearly loved father, grandfather and great-grandfather. Funeral leaving his late home, 9 Acacia Avenue, on Tuesday 27th December at 12.30pm for 1.00pm service in Kilfennan Presbyterian Church followed by burial in Altnagelvin Cemetery. House strictly private. Family flowers only. Donations, if desired, to Kifennan Presbyterian Church, c/o Mrs Christine Gardner, 9 Rossdowney Park BT47 5NR or Alzheimers Society NI c/o Scott Road, Scott Lodge, Plymouth PL2 3DU. Deeply regretted by his loving family circle. MELARKET, Mary Elizabeth (Masie) (née Elliot) - 23rd December 2016 (suddenly) in Altnagelvin Hospital, beloved wife of the late Joseph, loving mother of Sharon, mother-in-law of Stanley, devoted grandmother of Steven and Elliot and a great-grandmother. Funeral service in her late home, 30 Lansdowne Road, on Monday at 2.00pm followed by burial in Altnagelvin Cemetery. Family flowers only. Donations, if desired, to All Saints Clooney, c/o Mrs Helen Henderson, 5 Manning Way, BT47 6GL (all enquiries to Adair & Neely Funeral Directors 028 71311321). Deeply regretted by her loving family circle. MURRAY, James (Jimmy), Springfield, Tallaght, Dublin (formerly of Derry) - peacefully, surrounded by his loving family, at home, beloved husband of the late Margaret and dear father of James (deceased), Karen and Chris; Sadly missed by his loving son, daughter, sisters, grandchild Sarah, relatives and friends. Reposing at his home on Monday. Removal on Tuesday to St. Mark’s Church, Springfield arriving for 10.00am Requiem Mass and celebration of his life. Funeral immediately afterwards to Bohernabreena Cemetery.
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