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Tommy Oneill Notice

1st December 2013
The family of the late Tommy would like to express our appreciation and sincere thanks to all those who sympathised with us on our recent sad bereavement. A special thanks to our relatives, friends and neighbours for providing food, making tea and refreshments at the wake. Thanks to all those who called at the house, sent mass cards, sympathy cards, phoned and attended the funeral. A special word of thanks to Fr Seamus White for celebrating a very fitting and moving funeral mass. Also to Rev Dean Curry and Fr Ryan McAleer for attending spiritually to Tommy during his stay in Loane House. Thanks to Philomena and Andrea Begley accompanied by Paddy Slevin (organist) for providing the beautiful music. We are forever grateful to the medical and nursing staff at the Royal Victoria Hospital Belfast and Loane House Dungannon for their care and attention shown to Tommy throughout his stay in hospital. We gratefully appreciate not only the help and support given to Tommy but also to ourselves at a very difficult time. We value the people who carried out the steward duties both at the house and on the morning of the funeral, it was much appreciated. Thanks to PJ Quinn the funeral director for the dignified manner in which he carried out the funeral arrangements. Also to the gravedigger for preparing Tommy's final resting place. We thank all those who gave donations in lieu of flowers to the Southern Area Hospice and to McAleers Donaghmore Road for providing food and refreshments following the funeral. As it would be impossible to thank everyone we trust this acknowledgement will be accepted as a token of our sincere thanks and appreciation. The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass will be offered for your intention. Tommy's Months Mind Mass will be celebrated in St Patricks Church, Dungannon on Thursday 2nd January 2014 at 7.30pm.

Published in Tyrone Times on Dec. 24, 2013
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