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DOHERTY, Malcolm Henry - 9th August 2015 (peacefully) at the Foyle Hospice after a short illness, beloved husband of Ida, a dear brother of Marion, Billy, Eric and the late Victor and a dear brother-in-law. Funeral leaving his late home, 13 Tosh Avenue, Waterside tomorrow (Tuesday) at 1:30pm for 2.00pm service in All Saints Clooney Church, Waterside, followed by burial in Ballyoan Cemetery. Family flowers only. Donations, if wished, made payable to the Foyle Hospice, 61 Culmore Road, BT488JE or All saints Clooney Church c/o Mr Gordon Mills, 4 Rushcroft Close, BT475WB. Thy purpose, Lord, we can not see, but all is well that’s done with Thee. DUDDY, Jill - 9th August 2015, loving daughter of the late Joseph and Kathleen, loving sister of Rose, Kathleen, Monica, Joe, Jim, Margaret and the late Philomena and a much loved aunt. Funeral from her home, 40 Ballygudden Road, Eglinton, tomorrow (Tuesday) at 11.20am for 12 noon Requiem Mass in Star of the Sea Church, Faughanvale. Interment afterwards in the adjoining cemetery. Queen of the Most Holy Rosary, pray for her. McCORKELL, Mary (née McFeely) - 9th August 2015, at Foyle Hospice, beloved wife of Sam, dear mother of Roslyn, Sarah, Simon and Brian, mother-in-law of Graham, Barbara and Patricia and devoted granny to Matthew and Jack. Funeral from her home, 118 Elmgrove Park, tomorrow (Tuesday) at 9.30 am for 10 o’clock Requiem Mass in St Patrick’s Church, Pennyburn. Interment afterwards in the City Cemetery. Family flowers only please. If wished, donations in lieu of flowers to Foyle Hospice, 61 Culmore Road BT48 8JE. Queen of the Most Holy Rosary, pray for her.
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