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QUIGLEY, Patrick - 17th November 2016, 9 Brennan Court, Magherafelt and formerly Tyanee, Portglenone (RIP),. beloved father of Heather and Katherine and much loved brother of Charlie, Arthur, Mickey, Kevin and the late Robbie, Annie, Dan, Mary, John, Hugh and Susan. His remains are reposing in WJ O'Donnell & Son's Funeral Home, 85 Innishrush Road, Portglenone.. Visitors welcome to pay their respects from 3.00pm tomorrow (Saturday) until 5.00pm whereby Patrick's remains will then be removed to Our Lady of the Assumption Church, Magherafelt. Funeral Mass on Sunday at 11.00am followed by burial immediately afterwards in Aughnahoy Cemetery, Portglenone. Deeply regretted by his sorrowing daughters, brothers, grandchildren and all the family circle. On his soul, Sweet Jesus, have mercy. MAGUIRE, Eileen (Castledawson) - 17th November 2016 (peacefully) at Royal Victoria Hospital, Belfast (RIP),. 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 arrangements later. Enquiries to: J A Gormley Funeral Directors, telephone 07733327532, www.jagormley.com. Sacred Heart of Jesus, have mercy on her soul. Deeply regretted by sorrowing her brothers, sisters, nephews, nieces, aunts and entire family circle. McCORMICK, Kathleen (née Lowry) - 17th November 2016 beloved wife of Leslie, loving mother of Paul, Stephen, Gary and Mark and dear grandmother of Kaitlyn and Sophie. Funeral from her home, 17A Mount Eden, Limavady tomorrow (Saturday) at 9.30am for 10 o'clock Requiem Mass in St Mary's Church, Limavady. Interment afterwards in the adjoining cemetery..
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