We the family of the late Ann Mc Guckin, of Lisnahull park, wish to express our deep appreciation and heartfelt thanks, to our relatives, neighbours, friends and the entire community who called at our family home, brought mass cards, sympathy cards and left messages via text and social media, thanks to everyone who travelled near and far to pay their respects to mummy.
To our friends and neighbours who helped get the house ready for mummy coming home, a big thank you.
We are forever indebted to all who helped make tea and brought and delivered food to our home; friends, neighbours, Newell Stores Spar Quarry Lane and Big Macs. We extend our sincere gratitude to everyone who worked tirelessly providing refreshments and also who helped with childcare during the wake.
Many of you kept mummy in your prayers upon hearing of her ill health, thank you.
Thank you to Gary Reid first responder, Scott and Lynn the paramedics who attended to mummy on the night of her passing . Thank you to the staff of Craigavon Area Hospital and Enniskillen Hospital who cared for mummy in such a professional manner.
Thank you to Dolans Chemist and Campbell’s Surgery
Big thank you to Helen and her colleagues at enable care who cared for mummy like a wee egg, your support allowed mummy to be at home with her family, we are forever grateful.
District nurse’s occupational therapist, diabetic team and memory team, thank you.
Thank you to Dean Kevin Donaghy for his spiritual support over this past two years, it was great comfort for mummy, and thank you for the beautiful meaningful funeral service.
Thank you to Fr. Moore, Fr. Barney and Fr. Donaghy for supporting us during the wake .
Sincere thanks to Ciara Fox for beautiful music and Stephen Mallon and Ciaran McElvogue for the beautiful flowers. Also thank you to all who made donations to Alzheimer’s Society in memory of mummy.
Thankyou to Móna at Gaelscoil Aodha Rua who helped with beautiful prayers and booklets and a
heartfelt thanks also to Móna and the staff of Gaelscoil Aodha Rua who supported us threw the hard times and when mummy passed , also thanks to the pupils for the guard of honour.
Our heartfelt gratitude to Kate McAleer for the professional, dignified and respectful way in which the funeral arrangements were carried out , thanks to the grave diggers for preparing mummy’s final resting place .
Thank you to KC marquee for marquee outdoor lighting and keeping everyone warm
Thanks to the Rusty Keg Pomeroy for the food after the burial
As we can’t name everyone we trust this acknowledgment will be accepted as our sincere appreciation.
Ann’s month mind mass will be Saturday 20th January at 5pm in St. Patrick’s church Dungannon
McGUCKIN (née Corcoran) Ann (Dungannon) 20th December 2023 peacefully at home surrounded by her loving family.
Much loved daughter of the late Michael and Mary RIP. Beloved wife of Kevin, cherished mother of Clare, Nuala, Áine and the late Barry, Michael and Bridget RIP and mother-in-law of Nigel. Doting Nanny to Brianna, Samara, Niamh, Cathaoir, Daithí, Conán and Shéa. Sister of John, Martin, Edward, Tom, Barney, Simon, Maryellen, Gerry, Stephen, Michael McDonagh and Martin McDonagh and the late Pat, Michael, Charlie, Bill, Winnie and Norah RIP and sister-in-law of Kathleen, Lucia and the late Michael, Mairead, and Joe RIP. Daughter-in-law of the late Charlie and Bridget RIP.
Ann is reposing at home 20 Lisnahull Park BT701UH until removal Friday for 12 noon Requiem Mass in St. Patrick’s Church, interment afterwards in Carland Road Cemetery. St. Martin Pray for her.
Deeply loved and missed by her sorrowing husband, daughters, son-in-law, grandchildren, brothers, sister, brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, nieces, nephews, cousins, entire family circle, neighbours and friends.
Donations in lieu of flowers please to Alzheimers Society via the link on this page.
Any inquiries to Kate McAleer & Co. Funeral Directors 07824 648742