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BOND, Anna May (Amy) - 9th October 2015 (peacefully) at Cornfield Care Centre, much loved wife of the late John (Jack), loving mother of Gary. Funeral leaving her late home, 19 Edenvale, Limavady, tomorrow (Sunday) at 2.30pm for service in Tamlaghtard at 3.00pm, followed by interment in adjoining churchyard. Family flowers only, please. Donations in lieu, if so desired, to Tamlaghtard Parish Church, c/o Browns Funeral Directors, 25 Church Street, Limavady. House private. Will be very sadly missed by her loving son Gary, his partner Marie and entire family circle. KELLY, Mary (May) - 8th October 2015, at Owen Mor Care Home, formerly of 32 The Branch, beloved wife of the late Joe, loving mother of Lillian, Paul, Leta, Joan, Patricia and the late Una, and a much loved grandmother. Funeral from her daughter’s home, 43 The Branch, tomorrow (Sunday) at 9 o’clock for 9.30am Funeral Mass in Holy Family Church, Ballymagroarty. Interment afterwards in the City Cemetery. Queen of the Most Holy Rosary, pray for her. EWING, Samuel (Sammy) (Magherafelt) RIP – 9th October 2015, beloved husband of Mary, 107 Killowen Drive and loving father of John, Mark, Barry, Sylvia McGurk and the late Brian and James, grandfather of James and Susanna. Remains reposing in McCusker Bros Funeral Home, Garden Street today (Saturday) until 5.15pm when remains will be removed to Church of Our Lady of the Assumption, arriving 5.45pm. Funeral Mass tomorrow (Sunday) at noon. Interment afterwards in cemetery at Church of St John Milltown, Magherafelt. Sacred Heart of Jesus, have mercy on his soul. Deeply regretted by his wife, sons, daughter, son-in-law Eugene McGurk, grandchildren and family circle. House private.
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