The family of the late Pat Boyle would like to express their thanks to all who sympathised with them on their recent bereavement.
We offer our sincere and heartfelt thanks to family, neighbours and friends who provided emotional and practical support at the time. We appreciate all who called with messages of condolence and kind words, sent mass and sympathy cards, flowers, supplied food for the family, stood along the funeral route, attended the funeral or watched online.
Thanks to all those who looked after Pat including the doctors and staff from Campbell’s Surgery, Torrent Pharmacy, all the Southern Trust health care staff who attended Pat and the Trust Domiciliary Carers for looking after Pat so well at home.
Thanks to Fr. McVeigh who faithfully attended to Pat’s spiritual needs over the years. A special thanks to Fr. Moore for his pastoral care and prayers in recent years and for the beautiful requiem Mass that was so personal and fitting for Pat. We also thank Gerry Loughran for the lovely music.
We are grateful to Kate McAleer for the caring and dignified way she carried out the funeral arrangements and also to the grave digger.
Whilst it is impossible to thank everyone individually, we hope this acknowledgement will be accepted as a token of our sincere appreciation.
Pat’s months mind will be celebrated on Saturday 30th October at 11am in Church of The Assumption, Pomeroy.
Boyle (Pomeroy) 30th September 2021, peacefully at home surrounded by his loving family, Pat, dearly beloved husband to Brigid, cherished father to James, Plunkett and Marie and father-in-law to Jayne, Keara and Anthony.
Adored by his grandchildren Amie, Conor, Ryan, Laura, Eoin, Sarah, Mary Peter, Rose-Anna and Aiobha.
Much loved brother of Margaret, Hugh and Owen and the late John, Rose, Kathleen, Michael, Gerard, Mary, Brigid and Peter RIP.
Pat will repose at home 19 Lurganeden Road BT70 2TS however, in the interest of keeping our community safe, the house will be limited to immediate family only.
Funeral from his home on Saturday morning for 11am Requiem Mass at The Church of the Assumption, Pomeroy, interment afterwards in Galbally cemetery adjoining St. John’s Church,
Saint John Paul II pray for him.
Very deeply regretted by his sorrowing wife, sons, daughter, son-in-law, daughters-in-law, grandchildren, brothers, sister, brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, entire family circle, neighbours and friends.
Any enquiries to McAleer Bros. Funeral Directors 07824 648742