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PATTERSON 25th June 2015 peacefully at her home 6 Carrickreagh Gardens, Margaret, beloved wife of the late Alan, loving mother of Johnny, Cathy, Lorraine, Joe, and Alley, Dear sister of Eugene, Marie, Johnny, Joe, Martin, Kathleen, and the late Lexie, a dear and loving Grandmother, Great-Grandmother, Aunt, and Great Aunt.Funeral leaving her home on Sunday at 11.45am to St Mary's Church Creggan for funeral mass at 12.15pm, Interment afterwards in the city cemetery.Sacred heart of Jesus have mercy on her soul, Our Lady of Lourdes intercede for her. CUBITT, Joseph (Leslie), passed away June 24, 2015, peacefully, at Cornfield Care Centre, 1 Lauravale, Limavady, much-loved husband of Maureen, loving father of Leslie and Mandy, dear father-in-law of Elaine and Richard, dear grandfather of Lynsey, Yasmin, Caroline, Matthew and Emma and great-grandfather of Harry.Funeral Service in Drumachose Presbyterian Church on Saturday at 1.00 p.m. followed by interment in Enagh Cemetery.Family flowers only please. Donations, if desired, to Cancer Research and Alzheimer's Society, c/o and cheques made payable to Browns Funeral Directors, 25 Church Street, Limavady.WIll be very sadly missed by his entire family circle. WATTON - June 24th, 2015, (peacefully) at Camphill Private Nursing Home, Ballymena. David Biggart (Davy), formerly of Millburn, Coleraine, beloved son of the late James and Martha, dear brother of Roy, Shaun, Sammy, Norman and the late Jim and Raymond.Service in Murdock's Funeral Home, 2a Windsor Avenue, Coleraine, on Friday at 3.00pm followed by interment in Coleraine Cemetery.Family flowers only please. Donations in lieu, if desired, to N.I. Cancer Research, c/o Mrs Mona Murdock, 31 Bushmills Road, Coleraine.Deeply regretted by his loving Family and entire Family Circle.
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