The first Anniversary Mass for the late Gerard Mallaghan will take place in The Church of The Immaculate Conception Moortown on Saturday 4th March at 6.00pm.
Mass can also be viewed on Church Webcam (link below).
St Padre Pio pray for him.
The family of the late Gerard Mallaghan 10 Tir na nOg Moortown wish to express their sincere thanks and gratitude to everyone who sympathised with them on their recent sad bereavement.
Special thanks to all our neighbours, friends and family who came to the wake and funeral, sent mass and sympathy cards, flowers, wreaths, calls and texts, brought food and supported us in many ways.
Heartfelt thanks to the medical staff in the Emergency Department, Majors from Antrim Area Hospital and the Paramedics who cared for and treated Gerard, Doctor Dalzell and District Nurses at Coagh Medical Centre, MacMillan Staff, John O’Brien and all the staff at Coagh Chemist.
To Fr Sean McGuigan for all his kindness and who celebrated a beautiful Requiem Mass. We extend our thanks to Lavery’s Funeral Directors for their professionalism as they carried out Gerard’s funeral arrangements with great dignity and compassion. Thanks also to the grave diggers. Thanks also to Kinturk for the beautiful food after the funeral.
Thanks also to Emmet and Roisin for the beautiful singing and music.
As it is impossible to thank everyone, we hope this acknowledgement will be accepted as a token of our appreciation.
Gerard’s Months Mind Mass will take place on Saturday 9th April in the Church of the Immaculate Conception, Moortown at 5.00pm and can be viewed via webcam (link below)
MALLAGHAN Gerard (Moortown) 7th March 2022, peacefully at Antrim Area Hospital.
Gerard, dearly beloved son of the late Frank and Tilly R.I.P. and much loved husband of Kate and dearly loved father of Julie, Frankie and Brendan and brother of the late Sean and Oliver R.I.P.
Remains will be removed from his home 10 Tír nan Óg at 1.30pm to The Church of The Immaculate Conception Moortown for 2pm Requiem Mass on Wednesday 9th March. Interment afterwards in the adjoining cemetery. St Anthony pray for him.
Deeply regretted by his sorrowing wife, daughter, sons, grandchildren Shannon, Ronan, Maisie and Mac, brother Chris, sister Geraldine (Tibbott), daughter-in-law Julie, nephews, nieces and wider family circle.
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