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DOHERTY, Leo - 17th 2015, peacefully at Altnagelvin Hospital, beloved husband of Kathleen, loving father of Leo, Anne, Nichla, darling grandfather of Lea, Cara, Shea, and Chlee, a dear brother to all his brothers and sisters. Funeral leaving his home, 1 Iona Court, on Monday at 9.20am to St Calumba's Church, Long Tower, for Requiem Mass at 10.00am. Interment afterwards in the City Cemetery. Sacred Heart of Jesus, have mercy on his soul. Our Lady of Lourdes, intercede for him. HARKIN, Maeve - 16th April 2015, peacefully at Altnagelvin Hospital, beloved wife of the late Brendan, loving mother of Brendan, Carmel, Patricia, Martina, Donna, James, Stephanie, Michelle, Cathy, Jean, Johann and Geraldine, a dear and loving grandmother and great-grandmother. Funeral leaving her home, 42 Circular Road, 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. MILLAR, Eddie – 16th April 2015, peacefully at ehe Macmillan Unit, Antrim Area Hospital, late of 16 Blakes Road, Macosquin, Coleraine, dearly-loved husband of Margaret, dear father of Sharon, Rea and Gareth, father-in-law of Ian, Bryan and Skylar and devoted granda of Katie, Jessica, Scott, Nicole, Halle, Dexter and Jude. Service in Macosquin Parish Church on Monday at 12.00 noon followed by burial in Breandrum Cemetery, Enniskillen. Family flowers only please. Donations in lieu, if desired, for Macmillan Unit, Antrim Area Hospital, c/o Mrs Mona Murdock, 31 Bushmills Road, Coleraine. Deeply regretted by his loving family and entire family circle. God saw you getting weary and did what He thought best, He put His arms around you and took you Home to rest.
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