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Hughes, 15th June 2016, suddenly, Patricia, beloved daughter of the Late Patrick and Mary, loving sister of John, Mary and Tom, devoted aunt to Pádraig, Eoin, Áine and Colm. Funeral leaving her home, 4 Westland Terrace on Saturday, 18th inst. At 9:20AM to St. Eugene's Cathedral for Requiem Mass at 10:00AM. Interment afterwards in the City cemetery. Sacred Heart Of Jesus, Have Mercy On Her Soul. Our Lady Of Lourdes, Intercede For Her. Miller – 16th June 2016, peacefully at Altnagelvin Hospital, William John (Willie), 20 Benevenagh Drive, Limavady, dearly loved husband of Bernadette, much loved father of Billy, Irene, Gary, Jacqueline, Desmond and Donna, a loving grandfather, great-grandfather and brother. Funeral leaving his late home on Saturday 18th June at 2.00pm for burial in Enagh Cemetery. Family flowers only please, donations in lieu if desired to W H and SC Trust (Sperrin Suite, Altnagelvin) c/o and cheques payable to Robinson Funeral Directors, 166 Ballyquin Road, Limavady, BT49 9HA. Sadly missed by the entire family circle. “Safe In The Arms of Jesus” Hegarty (Draperstown) 16th June 2016, peacefully surrounded by his loving family in his 102nd year, David R.I.P. dearly beloved husband of Bridget (Mc Closkey) and loving father of Michael, father in law of Anne Marie and dear Grand- father of Patrick and Sean, brother of Ellen Eames. Funeral on Saturday 18th June 2016 from his late residence 90 Moneynena Road, Draperstown at 10.30am for 11.00am Requiem Mass in St Eugene's Church, Moneynena. Internment immediately afterwards in adjoining cemetery. Very deeply regretted by his loving wife, son, daughter- in- law, Grandchildren, Sister, nephews, nieces and large family circle. On his Soul Sweet Jesus have mercy.
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