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Sarah SWANN (née Elliott)

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Sarah SWANN (née Elliott) called home on June 20th 2019 to be with her late husband Jimmy, peacefully at Antrim Area Hospital. Loving mother of James, Darren, Samuel and Jason, mother-in-law of Clare, Linda, Finola and Louise and devoted grandmother of Scott, Jay, Ruby, Alex, Zack, Reece, Cara, Jude, Cillian, Connlan and Cushla.

Service of thanksgiving for the life of Sarah will be held in her late home 16 Lettercreeve, Ballymena on Monday, 24th at 11am followed by interment in Connor New Cemetery.

Family flowers only please. Donations in lieu if desired and payable to Macmillan Cancer Support C/o Alan Francey Funeral Services, 94 Toome Road, Ballymena, BT42 2BU.

Will be lovingly remembered and sadly missed by the entire family circle at home and abroad.
Peace is yours, Memories ours.

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