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CALVIN, Margaret (Maggie) – 18th June 2016 (peacefully) at the Robinson Memorial Hospital, late of Benbradagh Residential Home and formerly of 24 Ballyagan Road, Garvagh, beloved wife of the late Joseph and dear mother of Emily, James and Mae, mother-in-law of Bertie, Margaret and Roy, grandmother of Joanne, Jayne, Wilson, Sandra, Maxine and Lynsey and a beloved great-grandmother, sister of Sammie and the late Jonnie. Thanksgiving Service in Main Street Presbyterian Church, Garvagh, tomorrow (Tuesday) at 2.00pm followed by interment in adjoining churchyard. By request, family flowers only please. Donations, if desired, to Main Street Presbyterian Church (Building Fund) and the Robinson Memorial Hospital, c/o A.H. Clyde, 38 Mettican Road, Garvagh BT51 5HS, telephone: 028 2955 8231, cheques payable to A. H. Clyde. House private. Friends welcome at the home of her daughter Emily Welsh, 48 Craigmore Road, Aghadowey. Very deeply regretted and sadly missed by her sorrowing family and family circle. HOLMES, Thomas (Tommy) Holmes – 18th June 2016 (peacefully) at Camphill Care Home, formerly of Drumagarner Road, Kilrea, dearly loved husband of the late Jean, devoted father of Maureen, Keith, and Diane, dear father-in-law of Thomas, Arlene and Paul, a much loved grandfather of Gary, Ian, Thomas, Louise, Lisa, Ross and the late Shannan and a loving great-grandfather. House strictly private. Friends welcome at James McMullan & Son's Funeral Home, Ballymoney, today (Monday) between 7.00pm and 9.00pm. Service of Commital at Kilrea Cemetery tomorrow (Tuesday) at 2.30pm. Family flowers only please. Donations in lieu, if desired, to N.I. Chest, Heart and Stroke Association, c/o James McMullan & Son 22 High Street, Ballymoney BT53 6AQ. Will be lovingly remembered by his entire family circle. SPENCE, William Alexander (Billy) – 19th June 2016 (peacefully) at Altnagelvin Hospital (surrounded by his loving family, in his 80th year), much-loved husband of Kathleen, devoted daddy of Margaret and the late Sandra, loving father-in-law of William, adored granda of Laura, Craig, Ryan, Jodie and McAuley, dearest brother of Noel, May and Phyllis.bService of Thanksgiving in his late home, 33 Parkmore Drive, Strathfoyle, tomorrow (Tuesday) at 2.00pm, followed by burial in Ballyoan Cemetery. Family flowers only. Donations in lieu, if desired, (cheque made payable to W.H. & S.C.T., Altnagelvin Hospital (I.C.U.)), c/o Mrs. Ruth Hay, Funeral Director, 100 Spencer Road, BT47 6AG. Dearly loved and will be greatly missed by his many friends and entire family circle. DENNEHY, Collette (née McCloskey) (Mitchel Park, Dungiven) – 7th June 2016 (peacefully) at St Mary's Hospital, London, beloved wife of Roy and loving mother of Emma., much loved daughter of the late William John and Kathleen, sister of Damian, Cecilia (McAllister), Bronagh (Rafferty) and the late Liam. Colette's remains will arrive at St Patrick's Parish Church, Dungiven this Thursday, June 23rd, at 7.30pm. Requiem Mass will be celebrated on Friday June 24th at 10.00am followed by interment in adjoining cemetery. St Pio, pray for her. Deeply regretted by her sorrowing brother, sisters and her extended family circle in both London and Dungiven. All enquiries to McKiernan & Sons, 45-47 Maghera Street, Kilrea. 028 2954 0698. McALLISTER, Patrick (ex BT) - 19th June 2016, beloved husband of Pamela, loving father of Debbie, Stephen and James, much loved grandfather of Michael, Christopher, Tiernán, Jade, Stephen, Rory, Kaome, Ciaran, Ronan, Karen-Ann, Jack, Reese and Jamie-Rose and dear great-grandfather of Pamela, Conleith and Olivia. Funeral arrangements later from his home, 10 Milldale Crescent, Currynierin. Sacred Heart of Jesus, have mercy on his soul.
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