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George Frederick (Eric) Docherty, October 6, 2016, (suddenly) at his home, 100 Glenshane Road, Drumahoe, dearly-beloved husband of the late Margaret, much-loved father of Edwin, devoted grandfather of Rhia, loving brother of the late Jack and Mary. (House private). Funeral leaving his late home on Sunday 9th at 2.00pm followed by a Service of Thanksgiving for his life in Glendermott Presbyterian Church at 2.30pm, burial afterwards in the adjoining churchyard. Family flowers only. Donations in lieu, if desired, to Glendermott Presbyterian Church (Building Fund), c/o Mrs. Judith Kennedy, 15 Silverbrook Park, Newbuildings, Londonderry BT47 2RD (All enquiries to D&R Hay, Funeral Directors Tel. (028) 7131 2567). Very deeply regretted and will be lovingly remembered by his entire family circle. The day Thou gavest Lord is ended. Kathleen Evelyn Hamilton (née McCracken), October 7, 2016, peacefully at Altnagelvin Hospital (after a short illness surrounded by her loving family), dearly-beloved wife of the late Hunter, much-loved Mum of Brian, George, Raymond and the late Hunter, Kay and Charlotte, a dear mother-in-law of Sarah, Christina, Irene and Jackie, a devoted granny of Donna, Andrew, Nicole, Nikitta, Samuel, Stephen, Simon, Jennifer, Richard, John, Tom, Ben and Paul, a loving sister of Richard, Frankie, Helen and Florence. Funeral leaving her late home, 28 Disertowen Road, Newbuildings (Curryfree) on Monday at 1.30pm, followed by a Service of Thanksgiving for her life in Glendermott Presbyterian Church at 2.00pm. Burial afterwards in adjoining churchyard. Family flowers only. Donations in lieu, if desired, to Chest, Heart and Stroke, c/o Mrs. Ruth Hay, Funeral Director, 100 Spencer Road, Londonderry BT47 6AG. Dearly loved and will be sadly missed by her entire family circle. Too good in life, to be forgotten in death.
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