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GAMBLE, Joseph (Leo) - 11th April 2016 at his home, 38 Glasgow Terrace, beloved husband of Florrie, loving father of Peter, Anna-Marie, Joseph, Paul and Terence, much loved grandfather of Abigail, Harper and Faye (formerly of Castlefin, Co Donegal). Funeral from his home on Friday at 9.20am to St Eugene’s Cathedral for Requiem Mass at 10.00am. Interment afterwards in the City Cemetery. Deeply regretted and will be sadly missed by all his family circle. Family flowers only. If wished, donations in lieu of flowers to the Foyle Hospice, Culmore Road, Derry. Sacred Heart of Jesus, have mercy on his soul. Our Lady of Knock, pray for him. QUIGLEY, John Kenneth (Ken) – 10th April 2016 (peacefully) at Altnagelvin Hospital, surrounded by his loving family, much-loved husband of Lynette, devoted dad of Garyeth, Amanda and Ross, dear father-in-law of Emma, adored grandad of Abigail, Aaron and Archie, dearly-loved brother of Alice. Funeral leaving his late home, 87 Bond Street, Waterside tomorrow (Wednesday) at 1.30pm for a Service of Thanksgiving for his life in All Saints Clooney Parish Church at 2.00pm, followed by burial in Ballyoan Cemetery.Family flowers only, please. Donations in lieu, if so desired, to All Saints' Clooney Parish Church or WH &SC,. Altnagelvin Hospital (Sperrin Room), c/o Mrs. Ruth Hay, Funeral Director, 100 Spencer Road BT47 6AG.Very deeply regretted and will be lovingly remembered by his wife, sons, daughter, sister, grandchildren, daughter-in-law, sister-in-law, nieces, nephews, cousins, entire family circle and his many good friends. To know him was to love him.
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