Shane, Sharon & the family circle of the lake Rosie O’Rourke wish to express their sincere thanks to all those who sympathised with them in their recent bereavement. A special thanks to Fr Doherty for his spiritual support, guidance and celebrating the beautiful Requiem Mass.
Thanks to the Gribbin Girls for the beautiful music. Thanks to the sacristan and those who prepared the grave. Thanks to Antrim Area Hospital for the medical attention provided to Rosie the medics Nurses and staff at A5 Antrim Hospital who looked after Rosie with such dignity and care. Thank you to the staff in Weavers Care Home Cookstown for all the care and attention they provided in recent years.
The family wish to especially thank the kind relatives, friends, neighbours and members of the wider community who helped them during this difficult time. Thanks to Watty Grahams GAA club for all their support and help. Thanks to those who messaged, sent cards, flowers and gathered along the route to the Church on the day of the funeral we are truly grateful.
Finally, thanks to McCusker Bros who carried out the Funeral arrangements in such a professional and dignified manner. The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass will be offered for the intentions of all.
The Months Mind Mass for Rosie will be celebrated in St. Patrick’s Glen Church on Friday 1st April at 7.30pm
O’ROURKE (nee McMath) Rosie (Maghera) 3rd March 2022. Late of 8 St Lurach’s Terrace Maghera.
Beloved wife of the late Francis and loving mother of Shane and Sharon, dear sister of Pat and Gerry.
Funeral from her home 8 St Lurach’s Terrace Maghera on Sunday 6th March at 10.30am for 11.00am Mass in Church of St. Patrick Glen, interment afterwards in adjoining cemetery. Sacred Heart of Jesus have mercy on her soul.
Deeply regretted by her son, daughter, daughter in law Paula, son in law Aidan, grandchildren, brothers, nephews, nieces and extended family circle. The Funeral numbers will be limited to social distancing within the Church.
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