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CASEY, Dennis (London), RIP - 18th July 2016, beloved husband of the late Annie Casey (née McGillian, formerly of Dunlogan, Draperstown), devoted father of Eileen and Gerard, father-in-law of Michael Joyce and grandfather of James and Ciaran. Dennis' remains will arrive this evening (Wednesday) at St. Eugene's Church, Moneyneena for 7.30pm Mass. Funeral Mass tomorrow at 12.00 noon. Interment immediately afterwards in adjoining cemetery. Our Lady of Knock, pray for him. DOHERTY, Gerald (Gerry) - 26th. July 2016 (peacefully) at his home, 32 St. Francis Terrace, Pennyburn, (late of Burwood, Buncrana and formerly oFrancis Street, Derry), beloved husband of Kathleen, loving father of Patricia, Rosa, Gerald, Philip, Margaret, Anne-Catherine, Martine, Peter, Ruth and the late Liam, a dear and loving grandfather and great-grandfather. Funeral leaving his home on Friday the 29th inst at 10:50am to St. Eugene's Cathedral for Requiem Mass at 11 :30am. Interment afterwards in the City Cemetery. Family flowers only. Donations in lieu to the Renal Support Group, Altnagelvin Hospital. House private from 10:00pm to 11:00am. Sacred Heart of Jesus, have mercy on his soul. Our Lady of Lourdes, intercede for him. McGUIRE, (née Donnell) - 26th July 2016, beloved wife of Jack, loving mother of Grahame, Peter, Brian and Gillian, a much loved grandmother and dear mother-in-law of Roisin, Karin and Patricia. Funeral from her home, 83 Seymore Gardens, on Friday at 1.30pm for service at 2 o’clock in Ebrington Presbyterian Church. Burial afterwards in Glendermott Presbyterian Church burying ground. Family flowers only please. If wished, donations in lieu of flowers to Patients Comfort Fund Rush Hall Nursing Home or Ebrington Presbyterian Church c/o W J O’Brien & Son Funeral Directors, 110 Clooney Road, Eglinton, BT47 3PU.
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