COYLE Rosaleen (formerly 44 North Street, Stewartstown).
The family of the late Rosaleen Coyle wish to acknowledge the many expressions of sympathy and gestures of kindness and support shown to us following our sad loss.
We offer our heartfelt thanks to everyone who attended the wake and funeral and provided so much practical and emotional support.
For those who travelled long distances, sent Mass and sympathy cards, floral tributes and messages of condolences, words cannot express how much the kindness and thoughtfulness meant to all of us.
We are extremely grateful to Fr Eugene O’Neill for calling at our mother’s home and saying the Requiem Mass and to the late Fr Seery who attended Rosaleen every First Friday.
Thank you to Dr Orla Fitzsimons, Dr Brian Miller and all the staff at Stewartstown Health Centre, also heartfelt thanks to Rosaleen’s daily care team who always treated her with kindness and dignity.
A special thanks also to Josie, Jurgita and Rita and, in more recent years, to Pauline and Pat who helped give Rosaleen round the clock devoted care and companionship.
Grateful thanks are extended to Stewartstown Harps GFC who managed traffic and parking during the wake and funeral.
To the wonderful team of ladies who served sandwiches and teas during the wake, a very sincere thank you.
We extend our sincere appreciation to Peter Devlin of M Dorman & Son Funeral Directors for the dignified way they carried out the arrangements.
Thank you to the Church Sacristan and to Margaret Conlon and Patrick Slevin for the beautiful music and singing which helped make Rosaleen’s Funeral Mass so special.
Appreciation is also given to the Committee of St Mary’s Hall Stewartstown and to Kelly Anne Corr of The Kitch’n for the beautiful food prepared and served after the funeral.
As it would be impossible to thank everyone individually, please accept this acknowledgement as an expression of our deepest and heartfelt gratitude.
Rosaleen’s Month’s Mind Mass will be celebrated in St Mary’s Church, Stewartstown on Sunday 24th April at 11.00am.
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