We the family of the late Frances McVey of St Jeans Avenue , Cookstown, would like to express our sincere and heartfelt gratitude to all our kind relatives, friends and neighbours who supported us during our recent bereavement.
Our sincere gratitude to Fr. Boyle for his spiritual support and guidance and for celebrating our Mother’s beautiful Requiem Mass.
A special word of thanks to the Eucharistic Ministers, the Church Sacristan, Nuala McCormick and Briege Canavan for providing the lovely music and singing which made our Mother’s Funeral Mass so special.
The family would like to thank everyone who helped care for Frances especially the dedicated team of Carers from Weavers care home and Drapersfield House Nursing home and all who took great care in looking after her in recent months.
To the Doctors, nurses and staff at Loy Medical Practice and to the kindness Dr McKeever showed Frances and the family in those last few months, the family wish to convey their gratitude
We are indebted to all those who supported us, sent Mass cards,sympathy cards, letters, messages, wreathes, floral tributes, and expressed their condolences via telephone and social media. Thank you to those who stood along the route as we made the journey from the funeral Home. We took great comfort on the morning of the funeral from the support of everyone who lined the funeral cortege route, from those who joined us at the Chapel, and from those who viewed Frances’s funeral Mass online.
A special word of thanks to the gravediggers who prepared Frances’s resting place with great care and to all those who helped us in any way.
We would sincerely like to thank Niall Loughran’s funeral directors for their very efficient, dignified and professional manner in which they carried out all the funeral arrangements during these difficult times.
As it is not possible to thank everyone individually, we trust this acknowledgement will be accepted as a small gesture of our sincere appreciation. The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass will be offered for all your intentions.
Frances’s Months Mind Mass will be celebrated on Sunday 5th March 2023 at 9.30 am in Holy Trinity Church, Cookstown.
McVEY (née Maybin) Frances – (23a St. Jeans Avenue, Cookstown, BT808DQ), peacefully, February 5th 2023 (R.I.P).
Beloved wife of the late Eamon (R.I.P). Precious mother of Siobhan (McNally), Christina (Turbitt), Maria (Diamond), Eddie and Margaret (Brennan). Devoted grandmother of Rebecca, John, David, Matthew, Aimée, Michael, Andrea, Erin McWilliams, Erin Mc Vey, Ainé, Cara and great grandmother of Pearse, Pauric and Finn. Much loved sister of Theresa (Buckley), Louis and Stanley also the late Daniel, Julia (Byrne) and Tommy (R.I.P).
Frances’ remains will repose at her family home for a wake on Monday February 6th from 12:00 – 9:00pm and again on Tuesday February 7th from 12:00 – 9:00pm.
Funeral from there on Wednesday February 8th at 11:15 going to Church of the Most Holy Trinity for 12:00 noon requiem Mass, with burial afterwards in Forthill Cemetery.
Frances’ requiem Mass can also be viewed using the link below.
Deeply regretted and lovingly missed by her daughters, son, grandchildren, great grandchildren, sons in-law, daughter in-law, brothers, sister, brothers in-law, sisters in-law, nieces, nephews, neighbours, friends and her wider family circle.
All enquiries to Niall A. Loughran Funeral Directors, Cookstown