The family of Geraldine Laverty (recently deceased) wish to express their appreciation to everyone who offered sympathy and support at the time of her death.
A special thank you to Father Neil Magill and Father Eamon Graham for their support, lovely words and spiritual Requiem Mass. Sincere thanks to Anne Cassidy, Ciara McElholm, Nodlaig Brolly and the choir of St Brigid’s primary school, Mayogall for their beautiful music.
Thanks to all the medical teams, nursing staff and carers who looked after Geraldine throughout her illness.
Thanks to all who visited and supported Geraldine during her illness, sent Mass cards, sympathy cards, called at the wake and attended her funeral.
We are grateful to JA Gormley, Funeral Directors,Maghera for the dignified and professional manner in which they conducted the funeral arrangements. To Erin’s Own GAC, Lavey for the use of their facilities and Mary Convery and her team for refreshments, your support is much appreciated.
We cannot name everyone individually who provided us with help, kindness and support but we trust that this acknowledgement will be accepted as a token of our deep appreciation.
Geraldine’s Month mind mass will be celebrated on Saturday 13 January 2018 at 7.00pm in St Mary’s Church, Lavey.
The family of the late Seamus O’Doherty RIP would like to thank most
sincerely all those who sympathised with us on our recent bereavement.
We wish to thank everyone who sent Mass cards, sympathy cards and
letters of condolence. A special word of thanks to the staff of A&E and
the ICU at Antrim Hospital for all their care and attention to Seamus.
Thanks to Father Paddy and Father Kieran for the beautiful Requiem Mass
and to the choir members for the music. Thanks also to J.A. Gormley Funeral Directors, Maghera
and family for their professionalism in handling the funeral
arrangements. Special thanks also to family and friends who helped in
any way. As it would be impossible to thank everyone individually,
please accept this acknowledgement as an expression of our deepest
gratitude. The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass will be offered for your
intentions. The Month’s Mind Mass for Seamus will be celebrated on
Friday 5th January at 7.30pm in St Patrick’s Church Glen.
The family of the late Frank Kearney, Maghera would like to acknowledge the many expressions of sympathy shown to us following our sad loss.
Thanks to all the relatives, friends, neighbours, ex-colleagues and Frank’s old football and school friends who attended the wake and funeral. Thanks to all who sent mass cards, sympathy cards and letters of support. Our Gratitude goes to the nurses and doctors of Antrim Area hospital, the Macmillan unit, and Maghera medical centre, for their care and attention shown to Frank during his illness.
Special thanks to Fr Paddy Doherty P.P. for his pastoral care and for conducting the requiem mass, concelebrated with Fr Seamus O’Connell, Fr Seamus O’Neill, Fr Paddy Baker, Fr Kieran O’Doherty, Fr Eddie Gallagher and Fr John Cargin. Thanks also to Msgr Andy Dolan, Fr Liam McClary, Fr Chris Ferguson, Fr John Gates and Fr Bob Fullerton for calling to the home and their prayers.
We are grateful to Brendan McKenna and Eimear McCollum for their beautiful music during the requiem mass, and to the sacristan and altar servers for their attendance.
We extend our gratitude to Watty Graham’s Glen G.A.C. for their traffic management and providing the meal after the funeral. The guards of honour by the members of Watty Grahams and by the pupils of St Paul’s school Kilrea, was much appreciated.
Sincere thanks to J A Gormley Funeral Directors, Maghera for the dignified and professional manner in which they conducted the funeral arrangements. We cannot name everyone individually who provided us with help, and with words of kindness and support, but we hope and trust that this acknowledgement will be accepted as a token of our deep appreciation.
Frank’s months mind mass will be celebrated in St Patrick’s church Glen on Friday 5th January 2018 at 7.30pm. You are invited to join the family for light refreshments after the mass in Watty Graham’s club.
The son and daughter of the late Brian Boyle RIP, would like to express our sincere thanks and gratitude for all the kindness, comfort, assistance and support shown by our family, friends and neighbours during our recent bereavement. A genuine and heartfelt thanks is offered to all those who visited daddy over the past few months.
Our thanks to Fr Donnelly, Fr Graham and Fr Harkin for their spiritual visits and to Fr McGinley for his prayers. Thank-you to everyone who sent mass cards, sympathy cards and gifts, called to the house and attended the funeral mass. We would like to thank to Fr Graham and Fr Donnelly who celebrated the Requiem mass and to Fr Doherty for his kind words, also to Una Mc Gill for her beautiful singing.
A special thanks to the doctors and nurses of Laurel House, Antrim Area Hospital, Maghera Medical Centre, Dalriada Urgent Care and to the Marie Curie nurses, Mc Millan nurses and team of Carers for the 24 hour medical care, attention and compassion given to daddy.
To JA Gormley Funeral Director’s Maghera for the professional and dignified manner in which they carried out the funeral arrangements. Thanks also to the sacristan, Eucharistic ministers, altar servers and gravediggers, as well as Lavey GAC for the use of their equipment, facilities and for the refreshments provided.
The Holy Sacrifice of the mass will be offered for your intentions.
The Month’s Mind Mass for Brian will be celebrated in St. Mary’s Church Lavey on Saturday December 9th at 7pm.
The entire family of the late Eamonn McCusker R.I.P. would like to sincerely thank friends and neighbours for their kindness and support during their recent bereavement. All those who sent mass and sympathy cards, called at the house, helped during the wake, provided food, brought provisions, attended the funeral and offered their condolences in any way. In particular we would like to thank Fr Paddy Doherty, Fr Kieran O’Doherty and Fr Patrick Lagan for their spiritual help and support. We appreciate all the care Eamonn received from the doctors, nurses and staff at Maghera Health Centre and Antrim Area Hospital. Thank you to Josephine and Kate for the lovely singing and music at Eamonn’s funeral mass. Thanks also to J.A. Gormley funeral directors, Maghera for the caring and dignified manner in which the funeral arrangements were carried out. Also thanks to the sacristan, Eucharistic Ministers, altar servers, grave diggers, Brackagh Hall for the use of chairs and catering equipment, and all who helped in any way. As it is not possible to thank everyone individually we hope you will accept this acknowledgement as a token of our thanks and appreciation. As a token of our appreciation the holy sacrifice of the mass will be offered for your intentions. Eamonn’s Month Mind Mass will be celebrated in St Patrick’s Church, Glen on Friday 24th November at 7.30pm
The family of the late Eileen Devlin Sixtowns, Draperstown, wish to sincerely thank all those who sympathised with them in their recent bereavement. We appreciate the comfort and support from our friends and neighbours and all those who sent mass and sympathy cards. Letters, floral tributes, called at the house, attended the funeral or offered their condolences in any way. To Fr Patrick Lagan, Fr P Madden and Fr P Doherty who concelebrated her requiem mass and Fr Downey for his spiritual assistance throughout her illness. To the staff of Draperstown surgery especially the doctors and nursing team. Also her carers and Marie Currie care team. Thank you to Patricia Herron, Cahan Morran and Sixtowns choir for their beautiful music contribution. To J.A.Gormley Funeral Directors, Maghera for the professional and dignified manner in which the funeral arrangements were carried out, also the sacristan and alter servers.
As a token of our appreciation the holy sacrifice of the mass will be offered for your intentions.
Eileen’s Months Mind Mass will be celebrated in St Patrick’s Church, Sixtowns, Draperstown at 7.30pm on Tuesday 7th November
Moira and family would like to sincerely thank their relations, friends and neighbours for their support and kindness during our recent sad loss. They would like to extend their gratitude to Peter’s brother in law, Fr Des Corrigan SMA, Fr Charles Keaney PP and Fr Kieran O’Doherty (former PP) for their spiritual help and guidance. Also to Fr O’Rourke SMA and Fr Thomas McDonald for concelebrating at Peter’s requiem mass.
They would also like to express their thanks to the GPs and staff in Kilrea Health Centre and the District Nurses for their care and attention to Peter. Thanks also to J A Gormley Funeral Directors Maghera for the dignified and professional manner in which they carried out the funeral arrangements. They express thanks to Slaughtneil GAA club for their help during the wake and for providing the meal after the funeral.
Peter’s Month Mind Mass will be held in St John the Baptist’s Church Granaghan on Sunday 29th Oct at 11am.
McErlean Richard (Dick) , R.I.P.
2 Glenview, Maghera, Co Derry. BT46 5AR
McErlean, Richard (Dick)
The family of the late Richard wish to thank most sincerely all those who sympathised with them in their recent bereavement. In particular we would like to thank Fr. Paddy Doherty, Fr. Ciaran O’ Doherty and Fr. O’Connell for their support. We appreciate the care and attention of all carers, doctors, nurses, particularly the nurses from the renal unit at Antrim hospital and finally the Marie Curie nurses.
We are grateful to his two remaining brothers and all extended family, who have guided us through a very difficult time; and to our friends, neighbours and J.A. Gormley Funeral Directors for their professional service.
The months mind mass was held on the 13th October at 7:30 at St Patricks Glen.
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