Deaths in the Community

CAMPBELL — 27th February 2010, (peacefully) at The Causeway Hospital, Coleraine. Annie, 7, Willow Drive, Coleraine .

Monday, 8th March 2010, 5:02 pm

Dearly loved wife of the late William and loving mother of Noel, Alwyn, Rita, Sandra, Harry, Donna-marie and the late Gilbert. A dear mother-in-law, and devoted Grandmother and Great Grandmother. Interred in Coleraine Cemetery.Donations if desired for N.I Chest, Heart and Stroke C/O Mrs Mona Murdock, 31 Bushmills Road, Coleraine. Lovingly remembered by her family and wider family circle.

ELLIOTT — 27th February 2010. Thomas (Tom), 36, Ballywillan Road, Portrush. Dearly loved Husband of Margaret and loving father of Paul, Sharon and Colin. Dear father-In-Law of Collette, Derek and Louise, and devoted granda of Kirstie, Amy, Jemma, Megan, Jessica, John and great-granda of Corey. Iterred in Ballywillan Cemetery. Donations if desired for Macmillan Cancer Relief or N.I Cancer Research C/O Mrs Mona Murdock, 31 Bushmills Road, Coleraine. Lovingly remembered by his entire family circle.

ELLIOTT — 27th February 2010. Thomas (Tom), 36, Ballywillan Road, Portrush. Dearly loved son of Helen and the late Wallace. Deeply regretted by his loving mother, brother John and Sister-in-law Dorothy, brother Maurice and Sister-in-law Pat, brother Pat and sister-in-law Martha, brother Malcolm and sister-in-law Jean, nieces, nephews and entire family circle.

ELLIOTT — 27th February 2010. Thomas (Tom), 36, Ballywillan Road, Portrush. Deeply regretted by his brother-in-law Neill, sister-in-law Ann and family. We'll meet again.

GOLIGHER — 23rd February 2010 (peacefully) at Causeway Hospital Coleraine, Kay, 31 Hopefield Grove, Portrush, dearly loved wife of Alan, much loved mother of Tracy, Emma, Cathy and Ashley, dear sister of Lorna. Interred in Ballywillan Cemetery. Donations if desired to Macmillan Nurses c/o Mrs Mona Murdock, 31 Bushmills Road, Coleraine. Lovingly remembered by the entire family circle.

GRAY — 22nd February 2010, (peacefully) at Cromore Care Home, Portstewart, William John, dear son of the late Samuel and Anna Gray. Interred in Coleraine Cemetery. Deeply regretted by the family circle.

HANNA — 27th February 2010 suddenly at The Causeway Hospital. Coleraine, Joseph (Joe), 132, Moyan Rd., Knockahollett, dear brother of Andrew and the late Margaret and David, brother-in-law of Gretta and Margaret and a very dear uncle. Interred in the family burying ground at Ballyweaney Presbyterian Church. Donations in lieu of flowers, if desired, to Ballyweaney Presbyterian Church Building Fund C/o D.J.M. Robinson & Son, 121, Culcrum Rd., Cloughmills. BT4 49DT. Lovingly remembered. "The Lord is my Shepherd."

MCFARLANE — 25th February 2010, peacefully at The Court Nursing Home, Ballymoney, Margaret (Gretta) dearly loved Wife of William, 67 Ballinlea Road, Ballycastle much loved Mother of Annie, Billy, Marie, Raymond and Shirley and a very dear Mother-in-law, Grandmother and Great Grandmother. Interred in Ballintoy Parish Churchyard. Lovingly remembered and sadly missed.

McCLOY — 27th February 2010 suddenly at Causeway Hospital Coleraine, Hugh, dearly beloved husband of Isobel, 15 Ballinameen Avenue, Garvagh, Coleraine. Much loved father of Beverley, Lester and the late John, father-in-law of Paula and grandfather of Justin, Jonnie, Lauren, Hannah and Abi, dear brother of Jack and Maureen. Interred in Main Street Presbyterian Church cemetery. By request family flowers only please, donations in lieu to Garvagh Health Centre c/o AH Clyde Funeral Director, 38 Mettican Road, Garvagh, BT51 5HS.

'House Private'

Deeply regretted and sadly missed by his sorrowing wife, family and family circle.

'The Lord is my Shepherd'

McGAHON — 22nd February 2010 (suddenly) at hospital, Edna Rose R.I.P., 15 St Columbs Park, Mayboy Road, Garvagh, dearly beloved wife of the late Francis, dear mother of Sharon, David, Lorraine, Peter, Paul and Mark and a devoted grandmother and great-grandmother. Interred in St. Marys Cemetery, Ballerin Donations if desired for MacMillan Cancer Support c/o Mrs Mona Murdock, 31 Bushmills Road, Coleraine. Deeply regretted by her loving family and entire family circle. Sacred Heart Of Jesus Have Mercy On Her Soul.

McMASTER — 23rd February 2010 (peacefully) at The Montague Private Nursing Home, Raymond, formerly of Lisnablagh Road, Coleraine, dearly loved father of Raymond Jnr, Gareth, Cynthia and Mellisa, a dear father-in-law and devoted grandfather. Interred in Derrykeighan Parish Churchyard. Donations if desired to Marie Curie Nurses, c/o Mrs Mona Murdock, 31 Bushmills Road, Coleraine. Lovingly remembered by the entire family circle.

Mc MASTER — 23rd February 2010 (peacefully) at The Montague Private Nursing Home, Raymond Joseph, eldest son of the late Margaret Murphy, Dervock and dear brother of Molly, William, Sadie and James. Gone from our lives, but never our hearts.

MORRISON — 26th February 2010, (peacefully) at Brookmount Nursing Home, Coleraine. Annie Elizabeth (Bessie) formerly of 151, Coleraine Road, Portstewart. Dearly loved wife of Robert and loving mother of Anna, Derick and Norman, a dear mother-in-law, Grandmother and Great-Grandmother. Interred in Ballyclabber Reformed Presbyterian Church Burying Ground. Donations in lieu if desired for Ballyclabber Reformed Presbyterian Church C/O Mrs Mona Murdock, 31 Bushmills Road, Coleraine. Deeply loved and sadly missed by her family and wider family circle. 'Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord'.

REYNOLDS — 27th February 2010 peacefully at her home 97a Fivey Road, Stranocum, Ballymoney. Myrtle, dearly loved Wife of the late Joe, much loved Mother of Tom and Joseph, Mother-in-law of Margaret and Suzanne. Very dear Grandmother of Simon, Jonathan and Marshall and dear Sister of Elsye (U.S.A) Interred in Kilraughts Old Burying Ground. Donations in lieu of flowers, if desired to Crest, Heart & Stroke C/o D.J.M Robinson & Son 121 Culcrum Road, Cloughmills, BT44 9DT. Lovingly remembered.

CROTHERS — The Son, Daughter and entire family circle of the late Sarah wish to thank most sincerely all those who sympathised with them in their recent sad loss. Special Thanks to all who called at the home, sent cards, gave donations, brought gifts, attended the funeral of helped in any way. We wish to thank Rev D Collins and Rev I Magowen for their comforting words and beautiful service. Thanks also to Doctor McMaster and the staff of Mountsandel Surgery and also to the Rapid Response Team and the Paramedics for everything they did. As it would be impossible to thank everyone individually we hope this acknowledgement will be accepted by all as a token of our sincere appreciation - 18 Cloverhill Park, Coleraine.

LYTTLE — The son, daughter and family circle of the late John M Lyttle wish to convey their sincere thanks to all who sympathised with them in their recent sad bereavement. Our heartfelt appreciation to all the kind friends and neighbours who called at the home, brought gifts, sent cards and messages of sympathy, helped in the home, attended the funeral and gave donations. Thanks also to those who assisted with road gritting around the home and roads leading to the church. We acknowledge with gratitude the care provided by doctors and nursing staff of coronary care and intensive care as Causeway Hospital and also the dedicated care given by the doctors and nurses of Garvagh Health Centre. Our grateful thanks to Rev Dr Brian Kingsmore for his pastoral visits and for conducting the funeral services in the home and church, assisted by Rev Raymond Kelly and Rev Mervyn Burnside and also to Rev Dr Warren Porter a close friend and senior minister of Moneydig Presbyterian Church for paying such an eloquent tribute to his late friend. Thanks to the ladies of Moneydig Presbyterian Church P.W. for providing tea after the funeral and also the grave digger and organist for their help. We would like to record our special thanks to those kind friends and relatives who visited and telephoned our dear father over the years and assure them that he appreciated it very much. Finally our thanks to Howard Mullan for the sympathetic and dignified manner in which he conducted the funeral arrangements. Trusting this acknowledgement will be accepted by all as a token of our sincere appreciation.

Garvagh, Pomeroy

SCOTT — The wife, sons, brothers and wider family circle of the late Jack wish to express their sincere thanks and appreciation to all those who sympathised with them in their recent sad bereavement. Heartfelt thanks to all the family, friends and neighbours who called at the home, sent cards, attended the funeral and gave donations. Thanks to the doctors and nurses at Belfast Cancer Centre and also the doctors and nurses at Causeway Hospital. Thanks to Rev Wilson and Rev Carson for the pastoral care and to the ladies of the church for serving tea. Thanks to Ivan Murdock and Sons for their professional and dignified manner in which they carried out the funeral arrangements. Trusting this acknowledgement will be accepted by all as a token of our appreciation. Bushmills, Portrush and England.

WILTON — John (Jackie). Valerie, Kim, Michelle, Mollie and Eloise wish to express their sincere thanks to all their relatives, friends and neighbours for their love and support during their recent sad loss of Jackie. Many thanks also for all the messages of sympathy, cards and donations made to Macmillan Cancer Support. Special thanks to Errol, Joan and Kathryn Crawford for their support and help during this time. We would also like to express our sincere thanks to the staff of the Robinson Memorial Hospital in Ballymoney and to Terry and Claire, the Macmillan Cancer nurses for the excellent care they gave to John (Jackie) and for their support to us. You are all a credit to your profession. Thanks to Coleraine Health Centre for their care and assistance. Many thanks to Father Austin McGirr for his kind words and comforting service, also to Father O'Brian at Ballymoney. Thanks also to Ivan Murdock & Sons, Funeral Directors, especially Stephen for arranging the funeral services so efficiently and with compassion.

MCLAUGHLIN — Matilda (Tillie) 1st Anniversary. Cherished memories of a dear mum, Mother-in-law, Granny and Great Granny, passed away 27th February 2009. A Mothers loves a blessing love her while you can, for I lost my Mum a year ago,the headache I cant stand while you dear Mother rest and sleep, your loving memory we'll always keep. Sadly missed by Daughter Heather, Mark, Conor, Nakita, Jamie, Keirsha and Kolten.

MCLAUGHLIN — Matilda (Tille) 1st Anniversary. of a dear Granny who passed away on the 27th February 2009. A daily thought, a silent tear, A constant wish that you were here. An empty space that no one can fill. We miss you Granny and always will. Sadly missed by Grandson Jordan. Rhona, John and Ivana- Perth, Australia.

McLAUGHLIN — Tillie. 1st Anniversary.

Dear mum just a wee note to say your smile I'll never forget

your laughter I long to hear

my heart will never forget you

I know you're always near.

Loving memories.

Daughter Kate, son-in-law Stuart, grandchildren Toni, April and Cory

Until we meet again.

McLAUGHLIN — Tillie. In loving memory of my sister Tillie.

If tears could build a stairway and memories a lane

I could walk right up to heaven and bring you home again

Will always be remembered by twin sister Sarah

70 Upper Newmills Road, Coleraine

NEILL — Precious memories of a Dear Mother and Grandmother Margaret who God called home on 3rd March 1971.

In a beautiful place called heaven

We know you are at rest

Where there is not pain or sorrow

Just peace and happiness

Always remembered and sadly missed by the family circle at Lisconnan, Ballymoney, Coleraine and Portrush

WATTON — In loving memory of my dear brother David.

We sat beside your bedside

Our hearts were crushed and sore

A fighter until the very end

When God said fight no more

Always remembered by sister Sarah, brother Eddie.

70 Upper Newmills Road

Coleraine and Canada