Deaths in the community

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Mary Spence

Mary Spence passed away on July 28, peacefully at home.

Late of Magheralin, Mary was the beloved wife of Charles and loving mother of Julie, Philip and Gemma.

The funeral was held in Magheralin Parish Church on Thursday, followed by interment in the adjoining churchyard.

Donations, if desired, may be made for Macmillan Cancer Support, c/o Malcomsons Funeral Service, 7 Robert St, Lurgan.

Mary will be lovingly remembered by her husband; daughters; son; sons-in-law Damian and JP; granchildren Christian, Olivia, Cody and Jude; and the entire family circle.

PAUl Henry

Paul Henry died suddenly at his home in Waringstown on July 28.

Paul was the dearly loved father of Nicole and Luke, beloved son of John and Kathleen, and dear brother of Mark and Amanda.

His funeral took place on Friday in Joseph Poots and Son’s Funeral Home, Portadown, followed by interment in Seagoe Cemetery.

Patrick Oliver Doran

The death has occurred of Patrick Doran, who passed away on July 30, peacefully in hospital.

Patrick was the dearly beloved husband of the late Virginia, beloved son of the late Joseph and Evelyn, and much loved brother of Eddie, Imelda and the late Patricia, Madge and Olive.

The funeral was held on Saturday, with Requiem Mass at St Paul’s Church followed by interment in St Colman’s Cemetery.

Very deeply regretted by his loving brother, sister, nieces, nephews, great nieces and nephews, family circle and friends.

Felix Headley

Felix Headley passed away peacefully at Craigavon Area Hospital on July 31.

Felix was the beloved husband of Margaret, loving father of Maria, Elizabeth, Anthony, Orlagh and Fionnuala, and a much loved granda and great granda.

His funeral took place on Monday, from his home to St Paul’s Church for Requiem Mass, followed by burial in St Colman’s Cemetery.

Deeply regretted by his sorrowing wife, daughters, sons, sons-in-law, daughter-in-law, grandchildren, great grandchildren and entire family circle.

SHeila Marshall (NÉE Magill)

Sheila Marshall passed away on July 31, peacefully at home.

She was the beloved wife of the late Sean; loving mother of Bridget, Barbara, Brian, John, Hugh and the late Terry; much loved sister of Dymphna, Gregory, John, Gerald, Cyril, Charlie, and the late Terry and Dan.

The funeral was held from her home on Edward St to St Paul’s Church for Requiem Mass on Sunday, followed by interment in St Colman’s Cemetery.

Donations, if desired, may be made to Chest Heart and Stroke NI, c/o McAlinden & Murtagh Funeral Directors, 5 William St, Lurgan.

Deeply regretted by her sorrowing daughters, sons, sons-in-law, daughters-in-law, grandchildren, great grandchildren, sister, brothers, brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, nephews, nieces, and entire family circle.

Gerard Martin

Gerard Martin died on July 31, suddenly at home.

He was the dearly beloved son of Godfrey and the late Mary, and much loved brother of Godfrey Jnr, John, Michael and James.

His funeral was held on Wednesday, from his father’s home in Lurgan to St Paul’s Church for Requiem Mass. He was interred afterwards in St John’s Cemetery, Drumcree.

Very deeply regretted by his loving father, brothers, sister-in-law Nancy, nephew John Jnr, and family circle.

Tracey Murnaghan

The death has occurred of Tracey Murnaghan, who died suddenly on August 1.

Tracey was the beloved wife of Stephen, devoted mother to Luke, Jeffrey, Adam and Tiffany, and much loved sister of Natalie, Trevor and Ian.

Her funeral took place on Wednesday in Hill Street Presbyterian Church, followed by interment in Lurgan Cemetery.

Donations, if desired, may be made for Hill Street Presbyterian Church, c/o Malcomsons Funeral Service, Lurgan. Tracey will be lovingly remembered by her sorrowing husband, sons, daughter, and entire family circle.

MAY Coleman (NÉE Armstrong)

May Coleman passed away peacefully on August 2.

May was the dearly beloved wife of the late Sammy and much loved mammy of Cathy, Anne and Cormac. She was also the beloved mother-in-law of Liam and Cathy; loving granny of Caoimhe, Tiarna, Clodagh, Cara and Aoibheann; and loving sister of Brian, Frances, Tom, Bernadette and the late Denis.

The funeral took place on Wednesday, from her residence to St Paul’s Church for Requiem Mass, followed by interment in St Colman’s Cemetery. Very deeply regretted by her loving daughters, son, son-in-law, daughter-in-law, grandchildren, brothers, sisters, and family circle.