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Cecilia McCloskey (née Doran) - The Death has taken place peacefully at Altnagelvin Hospital of the late Cecilia McCloskey (nee Doran) Beloved Wife of the late Micky, Loving Sister of Bridie and Nora, Cecilia's remains will be removed from her sister Bridie's home 10 Beechwood Avenue, Derry at 9.30am on Monday 21st to St.Columba's Church Long Tower for Requiem Mass at 10am Funeral Immediately Afterwards to the City cemetery. Eileen ( Ellen) Maguire - Castledawson 17th November 2016 Peacefully at RVH Belfast Eileen (Ellen) R.I.P. dearly beloved daughter of the late Daniel and Mary and much loved sister of James, John, Tommy, Martin, Margaret, Roisin Scullion, Maureen Shaw, Bernadette Donaghy, Briegie McGuigan and the late Patrick. Funeral from her residence 2 Harmony Hill Broagh tomorrow Sunday 20th November 2016 at 10.15 for 11 O’clock requiem mass in St Mary’s church Lavey. Interment afterwards in adjoining cemetery. Sacred heart of Jesus have mercy on her soul. Enquiries: J A Gormley Funeral Directors. Tel: 07733327532
www.jagormley.com. Deeply regretted by sorrowing her brothers, sisters, nephews, nieces, aunts and entire family circle. Quigg, Kilrea, November 18th 2016, peacefully at hospital. Tony R.I.P. beloved husband of the late Bridie and loving father of Anthony, Eamon and the late Mary. Funeral from his late residence, 110A Moneydig Road on Sunday at 9.20am for 10.15am Funeral Mass in St. Mary's Church, Drumagarner, followed by interment in adjoining cemetery. Deeply regretted by his sorrowing sons, daughters-in-law Jackie and Lisa, grandchildren Claire, Michael, Cathy, Lorraine, Benny, Amy, Ciaran and Paddy, great-grandchildren Fiadh and Maggie. On his soul sweet Jesus have mercy.
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