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Donegal Death Notices – Rest in Peace

first_imgDonegal death notices for today, Saturday, 30th December.Bernard MC GRATHThe death has taken place at Letterkenny University Hospital of Bernard Mc Grath, Castlereagh, New Mills, Glenswilly. His remains will repose at his late residence from 7pm on Friday 29th December. Funeral Mass in St. Columba’s Church, Glenswilly on Sunday 31st December at 2pm with burial in Killpheak cemetery.Family flowers only donations if desired to the Sheepheaven Sub Aqua Club Search & Recovery. Family time please on the morning of the funeral.Sean HERAGHTYThe death has occurred of Sean Heraghty, Falcarragh, Donegal, late of Glasgow. Funeral Mass today, Saturday, 30th December, at 1pm in St. Finnian’s Chruch, Falcarragh followed by burial in the adjoining cemetery. Family time from 11pm to 10am. House private on the morning of the funeral family & friends welcome.Bridget HARKIN (née Duffy)The death has occurred of Bridget Harkin (née Duffy), formerly of Leenan, Urris, Clonmany, Donegal, in Chicago, USA.Removal to St. Michael’s Church, Urris, Clonmany today, Saturday, 30th December, at approx. 4.30pm. Funeral Mass on Sunday, 31st December, at 12 noon followed by burial in St. Mary’s Cemetery, Clonmany.Denise FREEBORN (née Acheson)The death has occurred of Denise Freeborn (née Acheson), Tullymore, Ardara, Donegal, peacefully at Harbour Lights Nursing Home Killybegs; deeply regretted by her loving husband Robert, sadly missed by her brothers, sisters, relatives, neighbours and friends.Reposing at Shovlin’s Funeral Home, Sandfield today, Saturday, from 2, followed by removal to St. Conal’s Parish Church, Ardara at 6. Funeral Service at 2 on Sunday with burial afterwards in the adjoining graveyard.Manus DOHERTYThe death has occurred of Manus Doherty, Green Acre, Clontagh, Clonmany, Donegal.Removal today Saturday, 30th December, at 10.30am, to St. Mary’s Church, Clonmany for 11am Requiem Mass. Burial afterwards in the adjoining cemetery. Family flowers only please. Donations in lieu, if desired, to Carndonagh Community Hospital. Sarah (Sally) DERVAN (née Mc Dermott)The death has occurred at Letterkenny University Hospital of Sally Dervan (nee Mc Dermott), Blue Cedars, Ballybofey and formerly Crolack, Cloghan. Beloved wife of the late Frank Dervan and much loved mother of Jenny and Colin. Dearly loved sister of the late Patrick, Peter, Bridie, Mac, John and Joe. Sadly missed by her son, daughter, nephews, nieces, extended family circle and friends.Remains reposing at Mc Cool’s Chapel of Rest, Ballybofey on Sunday, Dec. 31st, from 6.30 pm until removal to the Church of Mary Immaculate, Stranorlar at 8pm to repose overnight. Funeral Mass on Monday, Jan. 1st, at 10am, with interment afterwards in Drumboe Cemetery.Flo BROGAN (née Mc Kinlay)The death has occurred of Flo Brogan (nee Mc Kinlay) mother of Billy, Lorna, & Angela Mc Kee, 259 St Joseph’s Ave, Donegal Town peacefully at home.Remains reposing at her later residence from 3pm today (Saturday). Further arrangements later. Donegal Death Notices – Rest in Peace was last modified: December 30th, 2017 by Staff WriterShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:obituarieslast_img read more

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