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Barrett,(nee Cullen) 29th. June 2015. Peacefully At Altnagelvin Hospital, Olive, Beloved Wife Of The Late Bertie, Loving Mother Of Annette, Sandra, Keenan And Grainne, Devoted Grandmother Of Mairiosa, Niall, Blathnaid, Eimhear, Aoibheann And Fionnuala, Mother-In-Law Of Peter, John And Helena And Dear Sister-In-Law Of Marie. Funeral Leaving Her Home 10 Chamberlain Street, On Thursday The 2nd.July, At 9:20A.M. To St. Eugene's Cathedral, For Requiem Mass At 10:00A.M. Interment Afterwards In The City Cemetery. Sacred Heart Of Jesus Have Mercy On Her Soul. Our Lady Of Lourdes Intercede For Her.Black, June 29th, 2015 (peacefully) at Causeway Hospital, Coleraine. Frances Hayden, 6 Caldwell Park, Portrush, a dearly loved mother of Nathan and loving daughter of Frances and the late Billy. House and funeral private. Family flowers only, please. Donations if desired for Marie Curie Cancer Care, c/o Ms Charlene Wade, 3 Upper Abbey Street, Coleraine, BT52 1BF. Lovingly remembered by all the family.Nicholl, Robert Alexander (Robbie) - June 27th, 2015, peacefully, at Altnagelvin Hospital, late of 50 Prehen Park, beloved husband of Gladys, loving father of Peter, Mandy and Gary, a dear father-in-law of Deirdre and Peter and a much-loved grandfather of Matthew, James and Courtney. Funeral service in Clooney Hall Methodist Church, Tuesday 30th at 1.00pm, followed by burial in Ballyoan Cemetery.Family flowers only. Donations if desired, made payable to either Alzheimer's Society or Clooney Hall Methodist Church, c/o Adair & Neely Funeral Directors, 92 Duke Street, Waterside BT47 6DQ. Deeply regretted by his loving family circle. The day Thou gavest Lord has ended.
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