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DILLON, Anona Elizabeth – 25th March 2016 (peacefully) at hospital, 44 Lyttlesdale, Garvagh, beloved daughter of the late Maurice and Elizabeth, dear twin sister of Marlene and sister of Heather, step-sister of the late Eileen and Jim, a loving sister-in-law, cherished aunt and great-aunt. Funeral service in St Paul’s Parish Church on Sunday at 2.30pm followed by interment in adjoining churchyard. House private. Family flowers only please. Donations, if desired, by making cheques payable to NH&SCT (for use in Ward C7, Antrim Area Hospital) c/o Ms Charlene Wade, 3 Upper Abbey Street, Coleraine, BT52 1BF. McGOLDRICK, Mary (née McKINLEY) – 25th March 2016 (peacefully), at Owen Mor Care Centre, (RIP), beloved wife of the late Hugh, formerly of Oakfield Road, dear mother of Catherine and Susan and much-loved grandmother of Eoin and Grace. Funeral from her daughter’s home,,54 Thornhill Park, on Monday at 9.20am, for 10 o’clock Requiem Mass in St. Eugene’s Cathedral. Interment afterwards in the City Cemetery. Queen of the Most Holy Rosary, pray for her. McKEE, Mervyn Joseph Stewart - 25th March 2016 (peacefully) at Owen Mor Nursing Home. beloved husband of the late Ursula and loving father of Sharon and Diane, dear father-in-law of Charlie and Shaun and a devoted grandfather of Kara, Rhia and Aidan. Funeral service in his late home, 23 Rossdowney Road at 2.45pm on Sunday followed by burial in Ballyoan Cemetery. Family flowers only donations in lieu, if wished, made payable to Parkinson’s Society, c/o Adair & Neely, Funeral Directors, 92 Duke Street, Waterside BT47 6DQ. Deeply regretted by his loving family circle.
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