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LEIPER, Walter - 5th June 2015 (peacefully) at Altnagelvin Hospital, beloved husband of Leonia, loving father of Wayne, Mark, Graham, Donna, Janice, Andrena and Tanya, a devoted grandfather, great-grandfather and brother, late of 75 Stevenson’s Park, Tullyally. Funeral service in his late home on Monday, 8th June, at 2.00pm followed by burial in Ballyoan Cemetery. Family flowers only, donations, if desired, made payable to WHSCT (Ward 3) Altnagelvin Hospital, c/o Adair & Neely Funeral Directors, 92 Duke Street, Waterside BT47 6DQ. Deeply regretted by his loving family circle. The Lord Is My Shepherd. McLAUGHLIN, Martin - 4th June 2015, after a long illness bravely borne, beloved partner of Ellen. Funeral from his home, 15 Rathkeele Way, Creggan, on tomorrow (Saturday) at 9.25am for 10 o’clock Requiem Mass in St. Mary’s Church, Creggan. Interment afterwards in the City Cemetery. Deeply regretted by his brothers, sisters and family circle. Sacred Heart of Jesus, have mercy on his soul. SUMRA, Girdhari Lal – 4th June (suddenly) at Altnagelvin Hospital in his 98th year, beloved husband of the late Savitri Devi, loving father of Ravinder, Anita and the late Naresh, a dear father-in-law of Anita and Ramesh and a devoted grandfather of Ravi and Anushka, Anil and Kamini, Rishi, Harmesh and Deirdre, Vaneeta and Neil and great-grandfather of Amelie. Funeral leaving his late home, 1 Shandon Park, Buncrana Road on Tuesdaym, 9th June, at 11.00am for cremation in Roselawn Crematorium, Belfast at 1.00pm. Family flowers only. Donations if desired made payable to Foyle Hospice, c/o Adair & Neely Funeral Directors, 92 Duke Street, Waterside BT47 6DQ. Deeply regretted by his loving friends and entire family circle.
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