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BROWN, Thomas Keith - 17th June 2015 (peacefully) at his home, 16 Loughinsholin Park, Castledawson, dearly loved husband of Margaret, dear father of Keith and Stephanie, father-in-law of Martin, devoted grandfather of Ella and dear brother of Drew, Paula and the late Allison. Funeral leaving his home tomorrow (Friday) at 2.00pm to Castledawson Presbyterian Church for service followed by burial in the adjoining churchyard. Family flowers only please. Donations in lieu, if desired, for Marie Curie Cancer Care payable to Garvin's Funeral Service (Donations A/c), 15 Ballyronan Road, Magherafelt BT45 6BP. Lovingly remembered by the entire family circle. GILL, Margaret (née McCauley) - 17th June 2015, at Cornfields Care Home, beloved wife of the late Thomas Henry Gill, formerly of Woodlands, Ballycarry, Carrickfergus, loving mother of Michael, dear mother-in-law of Stella, much loved grandmother of Lauren and Emma and dear sister of Betty. Funeral from her son's home, 3 Millgrove Park, Eglinton, tomorrow (Friday) for service in St Canice's Parish Church, Eglinton at 3.00pm. Burial afterwards in the adjoining churchyard. The Lord is My Shepherd. McSHEFFREY, Kathy -17th June 2015 (peacefully) at Altnagelvin Hospital, Kathy, beloved mother of Holleigh, and Oisin, loving daughter of the late Jim, and Louie, dear sister of Sharon, Patricia, Gerald, Barbara, Kieran, Barry, and the late Jim, Dermott, and Tracey. Funeral leaving her home, 10 Campion Court on Saturday at 9.20am to St Columb#s Church, Waterside for Requiem Mass at 10.00am. Interment afterwards in St Mary's Cemetery, Ardmore. Sacred Heart of Jesus, have mercy on her soul. Our Lady of Lourdes, intercede for her.
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