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McELWEE, John Jack – 3rd June 2016 (peacefully) at Altnagelvin Hospital, late of 3 Aughlish Court, beloved wife of Margaret, loving father of Ashley, Gregory and the late Jacqueline, dear father-in-law of Dorothy and Heather, devoted grandfather and great-grandfather. Funeral Service in St. Columb’s Cathedral on Wednesday, 8th June, at 11.00am followed by cremation in Roselawn Crematorium at 4.00pm Funeral enquiries to Adair and Neely Funeral Directors, telephone (028) 7131 1321. Family flowers only. Donations, if desired, made payable to St. Columbs Cathedral, c/o The Very Rev Dr W. Morton, The Deanery, 30 Bishop Street BT48 6PP. KING, Julia (née Treacy) - 4th June 2016 (formerly of Derrygonnelly), beloved wife of Neil, loving mother of Paula and Damian, dear grandmother of Stephen, Kevin and Jennifer and mother-in-law of Lisa. Funeral from her home, 72 Glenmore Park tomorrow (Tuesday) at 10.25am for 11 o’clock Requiem Mass in St Mary’s Church, Ardmore. Interment afterwards in the adjoining cemetery. Family flowers only please. Donations in lieu of flowers to Alzheimer’s Society, Sevenoaks, Derry. WOODROW, Elizabeth (Betty) - 5th June 2016, at Foyle Hospice, beloved wife of Brian, loving mother of Liam, Carol, Brian, Cathy, Sharon and Alison and a much loved grandmother. Funeral from her home, 42 Lisfannon Park, on Wednesday at 9.30am for 10 o'clock Requiem Mass in St. Columba's Church, Long Tower. Interment afterwards in the City Cemetery. Family flowers only please. If wished, donations in lieu of flowers to Foyle Hospice, 61 Culmore Road, Derry, BT48 8JE. Deeply regretted by her brothers, sisters and family circle. Queen of the Most Holy Rosary, pray for her.
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