Acknowledgement from the family of the late Francis Gerard O'Hagan R.I.P.
Updated: Aug 28
The family of the late Gerry O’Hagan (R.I.P) wish to express their sincere gratitude to family, extended family, friends and neighbours who sympathised with them and offered support following the sad loss of a much-loved husband, father, grandfather, brother, brother-in-law, son-in-law, uncle, friend and neighbour. Thank you to everyone who sent Mass cards, sympathy cards, messages, phone calls, letters of condolence, floral tributes, called at the house or paid tribute on social media. Thank you to all those who offered help and provided refreshments or sent food to the house. A huge thank you to all those who lined the funeral route from the family home to the chapel and those who tuned in via webcam. We took great comfort in seeing so many people support us.
Thank you to Fr. McGirr and Fr. McGuigan for concelebrating the funeral mass, Fr. Madden for attending to Gerry’s spiritual needs and Edward James and Hannah for the beautiful music and singing which added so much to the requiem mass. Sincere thanks to Margaret (church sacristan) and Brigid for preparing the church. We would also like to extend our thanks to Moneymore Pharmacy and all others who looked after Gerry’s medical needs.
A special word of thanks to Michael and Nicholas Gormley of Gormley Funeral Directors for the respectful, professional, compassionate and dignified manner in which they carried out all the funeral arrangements.
Thank you to the gravediggers who prepared Gerry’s resting place and Gerard’s Flowers, Magherafelt for the beautiful floral arrangements.
Since it would be impossible to thank everyone individually, we hope that this acknowledgement will be accepted as a heartfelt gratitude and sincere appreciation.
Gerry’s month’s mind was celebrated on Friday 27th August 2021 at 11.00am in St. Mary’s Church Coolcam and was viewed via the Desertmartin Parish webcam. https://www.churchservices.tv/desertmartin
Sacred Heart of Jesus Have Mercy On His Soul. R.I.P.
The O’Hagan and McKenna Family