We, the family of the late Helen Devlin wish to express our sincere appreciation and heartfelt thanks to all those who sympathised with, prayed for and supported us through our recent and sudden bereavement.
To all those who called at the house, sent cards, flowers and messages of condolences, your kindness is greatly appreciated. Thank you to everyone who attended the funeral and to the huge number of people who stood along the route to pay their respects as Mummy made her final journey. We were overwhelmed by your presence.
A special word of thanks to Monsignor Colum Curry for the lovely requiem mass and to Fr McGahan for his attendance and prayers as Mummy was laid to rest. Thank you to Noleen and Mattie for the beautiful music. A word of thanks to the grave digger Brendan for preparing Mummy’s final resting place with such care.
We would like to thank McAtee Funeral Directors, especially Pat for his guidance, help and for his dignified and caring manner throughout.
A special word of thanks and appreciation to the Northern Ireland Ambulance Service who attended the house on the evening of Mummy’s passing – for the dignified way they carried out their role. We will be forever grateful for your efforts.
As it is not possible to thank everyone individually, we hope that this acknowledgement will be accepted as a token of our sincere appreciation.
Helen’s Months Memory Mass will be celebrated in St Malachy’s Church Seskinore on Friday 1st October at 7.30pm.
DEVLIN (née McKernan) Helen died on Wednesday 1st September 2021. Late of of 22 Rosaleen Road, Seskinore, BT78 2QH.
Cherished mother of Delia, Clare, Irene Monaghan (Sean), Orla McCartan (Ciaran), Niall (Leigh), Dervla (Damien) and Ursula McWilliams (Christopher). Treasured sister of Patsy and the late Dominic. Devoted grandmother and great grandmother.
Helen will be reposing in her late residence from 10.30am on Friday 3rd September.
Helen’s remains will leave her late residence at 10.20am on Saturday 4th September for 11am requiem Mass in St Malachy’s Church, Seskinore followed by her burial afterwards in the adjoining cemetery.
For those who wish to show a presence along the funeral route, Helen will travel from Rosaleen Road, to Shields Corner, Moylagh Road and Main Street to arrive at St Malachy’s Church at 10.55am.
In light of the Coronavirus and in the interests of health and safety within the community, the house will be private with social distancing being adhered to at the funeral.
Deeply regretted by her loving daughters, son, sons in law, daughter in law, grandchildren, brother and entire family circle.
Our Lady pray for her.
Enquiries: McAtee Funeral Directors.
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