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CULLEN, Patrick (Reggie) – 30th August 2016 (peacefully) at Brookelands Care Home, beloved husband of the late Mary, loving father of Larry, Annabelle and Susanna, a dear and loving grandfather and father-in-law to Jason, Nicola and Gerry. Funeral leaving his home, 64 Glenowen Park, on Thursday at 9.20am to St. Mary's Church, Creggan for Requiem Mass at 10.00am. Interment afterwards in the City Cemetery. Dearly loved and will be sadly missed by his sorrowing son, daughters, brothers, sisters and entire family circle. Sacred Heart of Jesus, have mercy on his soul. Our Lady of Lourdes, intercede for him. McCLURG, Annie Kathleen - 30th August 2016 (peacefully) at Edgewater Nursing Home, beloved wife of the late James, loving mother of Linda and the late Jeanette, Billy and Sylvia, devoted grandmother and great-grandmother. Funeral Service in her late home, 8 Glenside Road, on Friday, 2nd September, at 200pm followed by burial in Ballyoan Cemetery. All enquiries to Adair & Neely Funeral Directors 02871311321. Deeply regretted by her loving family circle. ANDERSON Douglas – 28th August 2016 (suddenly), after a short illness, in Vancouver, Canada. He is survived by his wife Moira, sons Quinn, Corey and Liam and daughter-in-law Catherine, son of Rentoul and Mary, formerly of Crawford Square, Limavady and brother of Frank and Elizabeth. McLAUGHLIN, Emma Marie - 29th August 2016 (peacefully) at home, beloved partner of Harry and loving mother of Hope, dear sister of Claire, JR and Rory. Funeral from her home, 50 Garden City, Derry on Thursday, 1st Septembe,r 2016 at 12:30pm to St Patrick's Church, Pennyburn for Requiem Mass at 1:00pm. Interment immediately afterwards in Cockhill Cemetery, Buncrana Co. Donegal. St Francis, pray for her.
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