The children of the late Albert Bell RIP (4, Finnobar, Coagh) wish to express their thanks to the extended family circle, neighbours and friends who supported us during our recent sad bereavement.
Thanks to the Emergency Services who attended Daddy at the scene and supported the family, and to Dr Hunter of Dalriada services for his kindly assistance. Thank you to the staff of Coagh Medical Centre and the doctors and district nurses, NHS carers and Jackie’s Domicillary care.
We are very appreciative of all those who called at the house, sent Mass cards, sympathy cards, floral tributes and telephoned.
We were touched by the kindness and generosity of those who brought food to the house during the wake and to the Greenvale Hotel for providing the food following the funeral.
A special word of thanks to Fr Francis Coll for his spiritual support and for celebrating the Requiem Mass in memory of daddy, to the church sacristan, and eucharistic ministers. Thank you to Margaret–Ann and to Patrick Slevin for the beautiful music, that daddy would have loved, which enhanced the Mass.
We express our sincere appreciation to Conan and Pat of Lavery’s Funeral Directors for their professionalism, and the considerate and dignified way they carried out the funeral arrangements
As it is impossible to thank everyone individually, please accept this acknowledgement as a token of our heartfelt thanks and gratitude. The Holy Sacrifice of the mass will be offered for your intentions.
Daddy’s months mind mass will be celebrated on Sunday 26th September at 10am at Our Lady of Hope Church, Coagh.
BELL Albert died on 30th August 2021, suddenly at home, 4 Finnobar, Coagh.
Beloved husband of the late Lily and much loved father of Colette (Leal), Albert, Elaine (McAllister), Donna (Graffin), Jackie (Kearney), Paul, Martin, Tracey (Devlin) and the late Marie and brother of the late Laurence, Leontia and Colette R.I.P.
Deeply regretted by his sons, daughters, grandchildren, great grandchildren, brothers George, James and Charlie, sisters Maura, Bernie, Madeline, Sarah, Nellie and Teresa, sons-in-law Jeremy, Eamon, Seamus, Barney and Aidan, daughters-in-law Anne and Clodagh and extended family circle.
Padre Pio pray for him.
Remains will be removed from his home at 4 Finnobar to Our Lady of Hope Church Coagh for 11am Requiem Mass on Thursday 2nd September and will be streamed via link on Laverys Funeral Directors Facebook page from 10.50am. Interment afterwards at Drumullan Cemetery.
Covid restrictions apply. Please adhere to Social Distancing.