The immediate family of the Late Ronan Leigh Wilson, his father Dean, his mother Emma, brother Calum and sister Amy along with aunts, uncles, grandparents and the wider family circle wish to express our heartfelt gratitude and appreciation to all those who sympathised and supported us in any wayin our recent tragic and sudden bereavement. Sincere and grateful thanks to the Paramedics, An Garda Siochana – Buandoran, Fr Brian Conlon who attended at the scene. To the door staff of the Chasing Bull, Bundoran, and the PSNI. A special thanks to the Carlin family who are close friends and also the residents of Bundoran who gave their support by leaving floral tributes at the scene of the accident.
To All who visited the home, send cards, flowers, food , all the willing hands who helped cater for the hundreds of mourners who braced the wind and rain to show their support and sympathy we thank you from the bottom of our hearts. Thanks to the staff of Kildress Joinery, neighbours and volunteers who helped man the traffic control at the house and to all who prepared the lorry that Ronan travelled by to the Church.
Ronan’s funeral mass was celebrated in St Mary’s Church Dunamore by Fr Paddy Hughes and Monsignor Colum Murray and again thank you to everyone who attended and added to a very special service for a very special little boy who won the hearts of so many as Mrs Ward, principal of St Mary’s PS, and Kathleen – classroom assistant paid tribute to Ronan.
A special word of thanks also to Gerry, Jackie and Donna Taggart for the amazing and thoughtful music. We thank and acknowledge all the people who presented in the guards-of-honour. We also acknowledge and appreciate the professional and compassionate care given Ronan by Niall Loughran Funeral Directors. Also to the grave diggers who prepared Ronan’s final resting place.
Thanks also to The Mill Wheel for providing refreshments after the funeral.
It would be totally impossible to thank every onepersonally and we trust this acknowledgement will be accepted by all as an expression of our total thanks and gratitude. The Holy Sacrifice of the mass will be offered for all your intentions.
Ronan’s month mind will be celebrated on Friday 20th October 2023 at St Mary’s Church, Dunamore at 7.30pm.
WILSON Ronan Leigh, tragically, September 23rd, 2023 (R.I.P). 9A Dunamore Road, Cookstown, BT80 9NR) (Kildress) Aged 9 years.
Loving son of Emma and Dean. Precious brother of Calum and Amy. Cherished grandson of Pat and the late Colette and Paul and Imelda McAuley (Ballycastle). Beloved nephew of Shannon, Shane, Martin, Stephen and Leigh. Our Lady of Knock Pray for him.
Ronan’s remains will be reposing at his family home tomorrow (Tuesday) from 2pm. Funeral from there on Thursday at 11:15am for 12:00 noon requiem Mass in St. Mary’s Church, Dunamore with burial afterwards in adjoining cemetery.
Deeply regretted and sadly missed by his mother, father, brother, sister, grandparents, aunties, uncles, cousins, neighbours, friends and his wider family circle.
Family time only please from 10pm until 10am and on the morning of the funeral.
All enquiries to Niall A. Loughran Funeral Directors