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SMYTH - November 28, 2015, (peacefully) at Edgewater Lodge Care Home, Donaghadee, Peter, dearly loved son of Betty and the late George and loved brother of Chris. Will be sadly missed by his sister-in-law Maria, nieces and family circle. Funeral Service Wades Funeral Home, Coleraine on Wednesday at 11.00am followed by interment in Portstewart Cemetery.Family flowers only please. Donations in lieu, if desired, for Knockbracken Care Unit (for use in the Valencia Ward), c/o Ms Charlene Wade, 3 Upper Abbey Street, Coleraine BT52 1BF. "You'll never walk alone." KEENAN November 27, 2015. Fell asleep at Altnagelvin Area Hospital. Cabhán, dearly loved son of Ryan and Sarah, dear brother of Bethany, Odhrán, Cara and Alfie. Mass in Star of the Sea Church, Portstewart on Tuesday at 11.30am, followed by interment in Agherton Cemetery. Family flowers only please. Donations in lieu if desired for the Neo-natal Unit, Altnagelvin Area Hospital, c/o Mrs Mona Murdock, 31 Bushmills Road, Coleraine. Lovingly remembered by the family circle. At peace with the angels. MCSHANE, Sean, Peacefully at his home 2 Orchard Row Derry (formerly of Kilrea) Beloved husband of Gladys, loving mother of Feargal, Ann, Emmett, John, Desmond, Mary, Lucia, Dympna, Marie and Niall and a much loved Grandfather and great-grandfather. Deeply regretted by the family circle. Funeral from his home on Wednesday 2nd December at 10.50am for 11.30am requiem mass in St Columba’s Church Long Tower followed by interment in Saint Mary’s cemetery Ardmore. Family flowers only please donations in lieu to Marie Curie 60 Knock Road Belfast BT5 6LQ. or Foyle Hospice 61 Culmore Derry. BT48 8JE. Sacred heart of Jesus have mercy on his soul.
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