Deaths in the Community

BELL — 20th January 2010 (peacefully) at hospital, Helen, formerly of Skerries Fold, Portrush dearly beloved wife of the late Samuel (Sam), dear mother of Sam, mother-in-law of Denise and much loved grandmother of Emma and Alan.

Wednesday, 27th January 2010, 1:00 pm

Interred in Ballywillan Cemetery. Donations if desired for Emergency and Disasters Haiti Fund c/o Mrs Mona Murdock, 31 Bushmills Road, Coleraine. Deeply regretted by her loving family and entire family circle.

CLENAGHAN — Reverend Seamus James Dominic RIP, Priest of the Christchurch Diocese, New Zealand, 23, Swilly Road, Portstewart, completed his baptism 19th January 2010, beloved son of the late William and Mary, much loved brother of Georgina, Sheila and the late Maureen RIP., a dear uncle and great uncle and devoted friend of his housekeeper Geraldine. Interred in Agherton Cemetery. Donations f desired for The Haiti Disaster Fund c/o Mrs Mona Murdock, 31 Bushmills Road, Coleraine. My soul to God, my body to the earth, may they be in God's kind keeping until the day of resurrection

COX — January 18, 2010, Annie (Nan) 4 Wheatfield Gardens, Coleraine. Members of the Patterson family deeply regret the loss of a loving sister, aunt and grandmother. Sadly missed by the entire family, Bernie, Marie, David, Paul, Robert, Alison, brother-in-law, Bertie and all the grandchildren.

COX — 18th January 2010, peacefully at the Causeway Hospital, Nan, 4 Wheatfield Gardens, Coleraine, dearly beloved mother of Dawn, mother-in-law of Nigel, grandmother of Nicole, Amy and Matthew, sister of Molly, Sheena and Bernie and a much loved aunt. Interred in St Johns Churchyard, Coleraine. Donations if desired (by making cheques payable to NH&SCT Charitable Funds A/c) for use in Rehab 2, Causeway Hospital c/o Miss Charlene Wade, 3 Upper Abbey Street, Coleraine, BT52 1BF. Deeply regretted by the entire family circle.

'A smile for all, a heart of gold, one of the best this world could hold, never selfish always kind, these are the memories you leave behind.'

DIAMOND — 20th January 2010, peacefully at home, 28 Ashdale, Coleraine, Ross, dearly loved partner of Betty and loving brother of Pat and Charlie. Donations if desired for the Palliative Care Fund, Robinson Memorial Hospital (cheques payable to NH&SCT) c/o Miss Charlene Wade, 3 Upper Abbey Street, Coleraine, BT52 1BF. Lovingly remembered by Betty and all the family.

EDGAR — 20th January 2010 (peacefully) at hospital, Samuel James (Sammy) late of Seabank Residential Home and formerly of Slemague, Coleraine, beloved son of the late David John (sen) and Minnie and brother of the late Lizzie, Hannah, Davy-John, Hughie and Willie and much loved uncle of Margaret. Interred in Ballywillan Cemetery. Donations if desired for Alzheimers Disease Society c/o Mrs Mona Murdock, 31 Bushmills Road, Coleraine. Deeply regretted by his family and entire family circle.

GOUDY — 20th January 2010 (peacefully) at Garvagh Care Home, William James (Jim), formerly of Orangefield Crescent, Belfast, dearly beloved husband of the late Betty, dear father of Mark, father-in-law of Anne and devoted grandfather of Jonathan, Claire, Adam and Ben. Donations if desired for Alzheimers Disease Society c/o Mrs Mona Murdock, 31 Bushmills Road, Coleraine. Deeply regretted by his family and entire family circle. "At Rest."

HOGG — 19th January 2010, peacefully at Garvagh Care Home, Josephine Maud (Josey) late of Kinnyglass Road, Killeague. A loving aunt to her nieces and nephew. Interred in Coleraine Cemetery. Donations if desired to Ballylintagh Gospel Hall Building Fund c/o Miss Charlene Wade, 3 Upper Abbey Street, Coleraine, BT52 1BF.

"At home with the Lord"

HOGG — 19th January 2010, peacefully at Garvagh Care Home, Josephine Maud (Josey) late of Kinnyglass and Claggan, Aghadowey. Dear sister of the late Arch, sister-in-law of Hilda and loving aunt of Archie, Pearl, Lily and Jo. Lovingly remembered. 'With Christ, which is far better.'

HUNTER — 23rd January 2010. James (Jim), 166 Glebe Ave, Harpurs Hill, Coleraine A special husband, a special face, Someone I love and can't replace. Never selfish always kind These are the memories you left behind Love You Always and Forever Beatrice, Coleraine.

HUNTER — 23rd January 2010. James (Jim), 166 Glebe Ave, Harpurs Hill, Coleraine Dad, your life was full of loving deeds, Forever thoughtful of our needs, Today, Tomorrow our whole life through We will always love and miss you Daughter Moira and Son Kevin, Coleraine

HUNTER — 23rd January 2010. James (Jim), 166 Glebe Ave, Harpurs Hill, Coleraine. Through the tears in my eyes I can see your face I can sense your smile in a warm embrace My brother I want you to know I miss you now and forever more. All our Love Brother John, Sister-in-law Eunice Portstewart

HUNTER — 23rd January 2010. James (Jim), 166 Glebe Ave, Harpurs Hill, ColeraineOur dearest Uncle, death is a heartache no one can heal, love leaves a memory no one can steal Always miss and love you Tony, Stephen, Cheryl-Mae and Kathleen Porstewart

HUNTER — 23rd January 2010. James (Jim), 166 Glebe Ave, Harpurs Hill, Coleraine. Those we love don't go away, They walk beside us every day. Unseen, unheard but always near. Still loved, still missed and Very dear. Love Always Margaret-Anne, Karrie, John-Anthony, Grandchildren Caitlin, Dillon and Leo, Coleraine

HUNTER — 23rd January 2010. James (Jim), 166 Glebe Ave, Harpurs Hill, Coleraine. Dearly Loved Husband of Beatrice, Much loved father of Joseph, Stacey, Moira and Kevin, Dear stepfather of Margaret-Ann, Kerrie and John-Anthony Devoted grandfather of Caitlin, Dillon and Leo, Dear brother of John and Jacqueline and sister-in-law of Eunice and a much loved Uncle. Interred in in Coleraine Cemetery. Donations if desired to The Children's Ward Causeway Hospital. Cheques made payable to NHSCT c/o Mrs Mona Murdock, 31 Bushmills Road, Coleraine. Lovingly remembered by the entire family circle

McLAUGHLIN (White) — 23rd January 2010 (peacefully) at hospital, Norman, lately of Seabank Residential Home and formerly of Ballyhome, Portrush. Dearly loved brother of Peggy, Robert, the late Martha and William and a dear Uncle. Interred in Ballywatt Presbyterian Church, Burying Ground. Deeply regretted by his loving family and entire family circle

ORR — 20th January 2010 (peacefully) at her home, 43 Killowen Street, Coleraine, Margaret (Maggie) R.I.P. dearly loved mother of Gerald, Bernie, Brian and John, dear mother-in-law of Willie, a devoted grandmother and great-grandmother and loving sister of Sadie, Mary, Peter, George, Vincent and the late Florrie. Interred in St. Johns cemetery. Donations if desired to NI Cancer Research c/o Mrs Mona Murdock, 31 Bushmills Road, Coleraine. Lovingly remembered by the entire family circle. Padre Pio pray for her.

TANNAHILL — 22nd January 2010 (peacefully) at Brookmount Nursing Home Coleraine, Mary Alice (formerly of 84 Killeague Road, Coleraine), dearly beloved wife of the late Curtis, much loved mother of Phyllis, Hugh, Ida, Renee, Melody, James and Judy, a dear mother-in-law and devoted grandmother. Interred in Killaig Presbyterian Church Burying Ground. House private please. Deeply regretted by her loving family and entire family circle.

ADAMS — Olive (nee Gamble)

Sophia and Michelle wish to express their sincere thanks to all those who sympathised with them in their recent sad bereavement. Heartfelt thanks to all those who sent cards, letter and made telephone calls. We want to thank James Mc Mullan and son for their great dignity, caring an professional mannerism. Thanks also to close friends of ours who were never far away, Geraldine and Alwyn, Gillian and Joe, Michelle, Karen, Glynis and Paul, Caroline, Sharon and Adeline. To Dr. McCartney and all the nurses who cared for our mother during her illness, Thanks. Also thanks to our minister Rev. John who supported us continually through the hard times and has continued to support the two of us. Thank you to Paul and staff for catering after the funeral. Thanks for all donations made to The McMillan Cancer Support. What can we say to so many wonderful, caring people, thank you seems so inadequate but our heartfelt thanks to you all.

Trusting this acknowledgement will be accepted by all as a token of our sincere appreciation.

Sophia and Michelle

BEVERIDGE — The family of the late Maureen Beveridge wish to sincerely thank all who sympathised with them in their recent bereavement. To Dr Stevenson, the District Nurses and the Home Care Team Members whose kindness and loving care helped Maureen through her long illness. To Tom and his Staff at Gordons Chemist, New Row, Coleraine who contributed so much we are indebted. A special word of thanks to the Rev. Corrigan of the Methodist Church, Coleraine for the beautiful and most comforting words at the services. Finally to Hugh Wade & Son a thank you for the caring and dignified manner in which all aspects of the funeral arrangements were carried out. We trust this will be accepted by all as a token of the family's appreciation.

CLEMENTS — The family of the late Edward James Clememts (Eddie) wish to express their sincere thanks to everyone who sympathised with them in their recent sad bereavement, especially The Mater Hospital, Dublin, The Royal Victoria and The Causeway Hospitals and to Dr Bailie and the home care team who attended him when he came home from Dublin after his operation. Our thanks to all those who called at our home to offer their condolences and support, brought gifts, sent cards and letters or telephoned, also to everyone who attended his funeral, especially in such treacherous road and footpath condition and all those who gave donation in lieu of flowers. Special thanks to Rev Peter McDowell who did the lovely thanksgiving service that summed up Eddie's life so perfectly and to Eddie's friend Norman who did a reading, also Rev Cannon Hugh Hopkins and the curate Rev Simpson who did the prayers and also to the organist and choir. Many thanks to the Mothers Union and friends who provided such a lovely tea of home baked fare and sandwiches in the Kelly Hall after the funeral. Isobel would also like to thank her good friends who gave her so much support and comfort during the final emotional weeks of Eddie's illness and finally to the undertaker Ivan Murdock and Sons for the caring and efficient way in which they carried out the funeral arrangements.

What can we say to so many wonderful, caring people, thank you seems so inadequate but our heartfelt thanks to you all. Sincerely, Isobel Clements and Joan, Linda, Edward, Stephen and Sinead.

LAMONT — The Daughters and family circle of the late Margaret Lamont wish to express their sincere thanks and appreciation to the Ambulance and coronary care staff at the Causeway Hospital. To all those who sympathised with them in their recent sad bereavement. To all who called at the home, brought gifts, sent cards and gave donations in lieu of flowers to Marie Curie Cancer Care. To all who attended the funeral. To the Rev T.M McGowan and Rev Wilson for conducting the funeral at St James Church, for the use of the hall and to the ladies of the P.W.A for their help. To Mrs Eileen McCaw and Mrs Ann Fulton for all their help. To Mr James McMullan for their efficient manner in which they carried out the funeral arrangements. Please accept this as a most sincere expression of our gratitude. Ballymoney and Garvagh.

Martin-Dunloy — The wife, sons, daughters, sisters, brothers, grandchildren and family circle of the late Francis R.I.P. wish to express their sincere thanks to all those who sympathised with them in their recent bereavement. A special thanks to Fr. Brankin and Fr. Mc Camphill for their spiritual support and guidance. Thanks to all those who called at the house, attended the funeral, sent Mass cards, letters of sympathy and floral tributes. Our thanks also to those who provided the beautiful music, the altar servers, to those who prepared the grave, to those who provided refreshments after the funeral and to those who cleared the roads and the pathways at the cemetery.

The months mind mass for Francis will be celebrated on 31st January at 10.30am in St. Joseph's Church, Dunloy.

MILLEN — The family of the late Dorothy (Dot) Millen wish to thank all those who sympathised with them in their recent sad bereavement. Thanks to all who sent messages of condolence, called at the home, attended the funeral and sent donations in lieu of flowers. Special thanks to Rev Alan Johnston for conducting the funeral service and to the ladies of Ringsend Presbyterian Church for providing refreshments in the church hall after the funeral. Thanks also to H Wade & Son Funeral Directors for the caring and dignified way in which they carried out the funeral arrangements. Please accept this as a most sincere expression of our appreciation.

DUNBAR — Margaret.

If tears could build a stairway and memories a lane. I'd walk right up to heaven and bring you home again.

Always remembered and sadly missed by her daughter Margaret.

NEILL — William

In loving memory of a dear Dad, Grandad and Great Grandad, who died 31st January 1989.

The leaves and flowers may wither,

The golden sun may set,

But the hearts that loved you dearly,

Are the hearts that do not forget.

Always remembered by his entire family .

Portrush, Coleraine, Ballymoney, Rasharkin and Lisconnan