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GRAY, Daniel Martin - 21st September 2016 (peacefully) at his sister Marie's home, beloved son of the late Charles and Martha, and a dear and loving brother to all his brothers and sisters. Funeral leaving his home, 38 Old City Court, on Saturday at 9.20am to St Columba's Church, Long Tower, for Requiem Mass at 10.00am. Interment afterwards in the City Cemetery. No flowers, Donations to Sr Clare's Charity Home of the Mother, c/o Charmaine, 1 Dove Gardens. Sacred Heart of Jesus, have mercy on his soul. Our Lady of Lourdes, intercede for him. McMASTER, Robert Alan – 20th September 2016 (peacefully) at his home, 23 Moneycarrie Road, Garvagh, dearly loved husband of Violet, brother of Martie and the late Tom. Funeral Service tomorrow (Thursday) at 2.00pm in Firstt Garvagh Presbyterian Church followed by interment in adjoining cemetery. House private. Donations in lieu, if desired please to FirstGarvagh Presbyterian Church, c/o A.H. Clyde, 38 Mettican Road, Garvagh BT51 5HS, telephonel 028 2955 8231. Very deeply regretted and sadly missed by his sorrowing wife, sister and extended family circle. BRADLEY, Annie (nee Rainey) (Kilrea) – 20th September 2016 (peacefully), RIP, wife of the late Bertie and devoted mother of Geraldine, Angela, Joanne and Colette. Our Lady of Lourdes, pray for her. Funeral arrangements later. Enquiries to McKiernan & Sons (028 2954 0698). DIXON, John - 18th September 2016, loving son of Mary and John, husband of Donna, dear father of Seanin, Taylor, John and Jade, brother of Thomas, Christopher, Adrian, Donna and Marietta and grandfather of Shane, Ryan and Adam. Funeral from 14 Mangan Court, Ballymagroarty tomorrow (Thursday) at 9.30am for 10 o’clock Requiem Mass in Holy Family Church, Ballymagroarty. Interment afterwards in the City Cemetery. Sacred Heart of Jesus, have mercy on his soul.
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