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KNOBBS, Isobel (Isa) (née Lynch) – 15th November 2015 (peacefully) at Altnagelvin Hospital (surrounded by her loving family in her 88th year, formerly of 179 Kildoag Road, Killaloo), dearly beloved wife of the late Robert (Bobby), much loved mother of William, Derek, Lynda, Jackie, Dianne, Carol, Lionel, June and the late Kathryn, loving mother-in-law of Hilary, Heather, Ian, Trevor, Grainne, David and the late Reid, adored granny and great-granny, dearest sister of Annie, Eddie and Grace. Funeral leaving her late home, 31 Blackstone Park, Magheramason tomorrow (Tuesday) at 12.30pm, followed by a Funeral Service in Killaloo Parish Church at 2.00pm. Burial afterwards in adjoining churchyard. Family flowers only, please. Donations in lieu of flowers, if so desired, to Killaloo Parish Church, c/o Mrs Ruth Hay, Funeral Director, 100 Spencer Road BT47 6AG. Very deeply regretted and will be lovingly remembered by her entire family circle.The day Thou gavest Lord is ended. McMICHAEL, James Clyde -14th November 2015 (suddenly) at his home, 3 Milton Crescent, Drumahoe (formerly of 6, Rathbrady Road, Limavady), dearlybeloved partner of Jean, precious son of Margaret and the late James, much loved dad of Clive, Darron, Robin and Rachel, loving father-in-law of Leanne, Moira, Dan and Kelly, devoted granddad of Genna, Carrie, Connor, Matthew, Andrew, Jonah, Leo,Dylan, Kellis, Aeryn, Rowan and Evan, dearest brother of May, and Anne, dear brother-in-law of George and the late Tom. Funeral arrangements later. Family flowers only, please. Donations in lieu, if so desired, to N.I. Children Hospice of Foyle Hospice, c/o Mrs Ruth Hay, Funeral Director, 100 Spencer Road BT47 6AG.Very deeply regretted by her entire family circle. Forever in our thoughts.
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