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Terry McQUAID Notice
I, Briege, together with our children and Terry's brother and sisters, wish to thank all who sympath-ised with us following the passing of Terry. Thank you to all who visited our home or sent Mass cards, sympathy cards or letters at our sad time of mourning. Thank you to family and friends who generously gave up their time to support Terry and his family during his illness and in the days that followed his death; your kindness and love shown will not be forgotten. Thank you to the medical staff and the nursing staff of 3 South, Craigavon Area Hospital who nursed Terry with kindness and goodness. Thank you to the carers who cared for Terry in the most gentle and respectful manner. Thank you to the district nurses who attended to Terry. Thank you to Martin Kelly, Funeral Director, who conducted Terry's funeral arrangements in the most dignified and personal manner. Thank you to Malachi Cush and Plunkett McGartland for providing the beautiful music. Thank you to those who attended Terry's funeral, in particular the people of Dungannon. Terry loved Dungannon and its people. A special thank you to Rev. Dean Kevin Donaghy P.P V.G, a good friend of Terry's, who visited Terry often both in hospital and at home. Thank you to Father Aidan McCann who, along with Dean Donaghy, provided spiritual guidance for Terry on his final earthly journey. Thank you to Father Dermot McCaul who, fifty years after celebrating Terry's marriage, was with him during his final days. Thank you to Father Laurence Boyle, also a good friend of Terry, for the meaningful, beautiful and personal celebration of Terry's life during the Requiem Mass, concelebrated with Dean Donaghy, Father McCann and Father McCaul. As it is impossible to thank everyone personally for their kindness and thoughtfulness, we trust that this will be accepted as a token of our heartfelt and sincere appreciation. Terry's Month's Mind Mass will take place on Friday 31st August at 7.30pm in the Church of St. Patrick, Dungannon.
Published in Tyrone Times on Aug. 28, 2018
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