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Catherine Ann (Kathleen) O’BRIEN

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Catherine Ann (Kathleen) O’BRIEN passed away on May 23rd 2019, peacefully at her home, 37 Stuart Park, Ballymoney, Catherine Ann (Kathleen) R.I.P. dearly beloved wife of the late Terence, much loved mother of Declan, Kieran and Catherine, dear mother-in-law of Heather, Sandra and Adrian, a loving grandmother and dear sister of Maureen, Thomas, Sean and the late Rosemary.

Funeral from her home on Sunday at 1.15pm to Our Lady and St. Patrick’s Church for 2.00pm Funeral Mass followed by interment in adjoining cemetery.

Family flowers only, please. Donations in lieu, if desired, to Marie Curie c/o James McMullan and Son, 22 High Street, Ballymoney BT53 6AQ.

Lovingly remembered by her sorrowing family and entire family circle.

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