Elizabeth Locke

Acknowledgement

Locke Elizabeth (Lily) nee Wilson Donaghmoyne, Carrickmacross and formerly of Cortubber House The Daughters, Pamela, Valerie and Margaret, Sons in law, John Peadar and Tim, Grandchildren, Great- grandchildren, Sister Ida, Sister in law May, Nephews and Nieces and extended Family of our dear Mother wish to express their sincere thanks and heartfelt appreciation to all who sympathised with them in their recent sad bereavement. Many thanks to all our wonderful relatives, friends and neighbours for their thoughtfulness and practical assistance for bringing and serving refreshments in the house, and a special thank you to Kevin and Margaret for their continuous support with Mum over the years. Sincere thanks to all those who called to the house, sent messages of sympathy, Mass cards and floral tributes, attended the Funeral Service and burial and those who made donations to "Carrick Cancer" and "The Irish Heart Foundation." We acknowledge with deep gratitude the exceptional care, consideration and attention so generously given by Bernie Brady, Mum's Home Carer. Thanks to the Staff of Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital, Drogheda for their wonderful care of Mum in her final days, to Dr. John Cronin and Staff of Cloughvalley Group Practice and Emmet and Staff of Eakins Pharmacy. A sincere thank you to Rev. Charles McCollum for his support and for celebrating Mum's Funeral Service in St. Finbarr's Church, Carrickmacross and also to Fr. Michael Daly P. P. Donaghmoyne for his visits to Mum. A special word of thanks to Michael and Micéal Deery, Funeral Directors for the professional and respectful manner in which they carried out the Funeral arrangements. Thanks to the gravediggers who prepared Mum's final resting place in "God's Acre" and to the Garda Siochana. Thanks to the Shirley Arms Hotel for the refreshments afterwards, to the organist Pauric Reilly and Soloist Lorraine Cotter, our grateful thanks. As it is impossible to thank everyone individually, we hope that this acknowledgement will be accepted as a heartfelt expression of our deep appreciation and gratitude to all. " Safe in the arms of Jesus".
Published in Anglo-Celt from Nov. 10 to Nov. 17, 2016
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