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MULLIN, John Nevin - (peacefully) in New South Wales, Australia, after a long illness bravely born, dearly beloved son of the late Jim and Ellie Mullin, of 8 Main Street, Limavady, and dear brother of Ann, brother-in-law Trevor and nephew Andrew.Very deeply regretted by the entire family circle. SMYTH, Elizabeth (Lizzie) -9th February 2016 (suddenly) at Altnagelvin Hospital, 29 Carrick Avenue, Limavady, much loved wife of Henry, loving mother of Stephen, mother-in-law of Debbie, grandmother of Calum and Tasha and sister of Jean. Funeral from her late home tomorrow (Thursday) at 1.30pm for service in Largy Presbyterian Church at 2.00pm followed by interment in adjoining churchyard. Family flowers only please. Donations, if desired, to Chest, Heart & Stroke Association c/o Browns Funeral Directors, 25 Church Street, Limavady. Will be very sadly missed by her entire family circle. HASSON, Seamus Gerald – 9th February 2016 (peacefully) at Royal Victoria Hospital, Belfast, following a short illness, dearly beloved husband of Angela, devoted father of Helena, Fergal and Kerona, loving father-in-law to Jacqueline and Lee and devoted grandfather to Leah, Ella, Oisin, Molly and Niamh. Funeral leaving his home, 19 Hillview Avenue, Waterside, Derry on Friday, 12th February at 10.15am to St. Columb's Church, Chapel Road, Waterside, Derry for Requiem Mass at 11.00am. Interment afterwards in St. Joseph's Church Cemetery, Banagher, Co. Derry. Family flowers only. Donations, if wished, to Coronary Care Unit, Altnagelvin Hospital or Northern Ireland Regional Neurosciences Service, Neurology & Neurosurgery, Royal Victoria Hospita,l c/o O'Kane Funeral Directors, 39 Cahore Road, Draperstown, Co. Derry. Sacred Heart of Jesus, have mercy on him.
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