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HARRIS (née Gurney), Linda Ann - 17th October, 2016, at hospital, Linda Ann, 22 Knockbracken Court, Coleraine, dearly loved wife of Campbell, loving mother of Lesley, John and Andrew, mother-in-law of Brian, Deborah and Nicola, devoted granny of Lucy, Aaron, Max, Hannah and Katie, much loved daughter of Maureen and Dougie and dear sister of Jim and Brian. Service in Roselawn Crematorium, Belfast, on Friday at 1.30pm. House private (friends welcome from Thursday 7.00pm onwards). Family flowers only, please. Donations in lieu, if so desired, for R.N.I.B. c/o Mrs Mona Murdock, 31 Bushills Road, Coleraine. Deeply regretted by her loving Family and entire Family Circle. LAMONT, Mark (Dodger) - 11th October, 2016, at hospital, Mark (Dodger), dearly loved father of Karl, Kai and Danny, father-in-law of Laurie, devoted granda of Morgan, Carter and Casia and much loved partner of Brenda. Service in Brenda's home, 2 Queen's Park, Coleraine, on Saturday at 12.00 noon, followed by internment in Coleraine Cemetery. Donations in lieu of flowers, if so desired, for BHSCT (for use in ICU, Royal Victoria Hospital) c/o Mrs Mona Murdock, 31 Bushmills Road, Coleraine. Deeply regretted by his loving Family and entire Family Circle. McCULLAGH (Beragh), Vincent - 18th October, 2016 R.I.P. Died peacefully at Altnagelvin Hospital, Derry. Beloved brother of Kathleen Blake, Michael, Gertrude McElholm and Anne Falconer. Remains resting at the family home, 16 Main Street, Beragh. Removal to the Church of the Immaculate Conception, Beragh for Requiem Mass at 12noon on Thursday, October 20th. Burial in adjoining cemetery. Deeply regretted by his brother, sisters, brothers-in-law, sister-in-law, nephews, nieces and wider family circle. Our Lady of Knock pray for him.
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