Acknowledgement from the family of the late John Molloy R.I.P.
Updated: Jan 1
We, the family of John Molloy RIP, wish to express our heartfelt thanks for all the help, support and generosity we received during our sad bereavement. We appreciate and thank all those who called at home, telephoned, sent Mass cards, sympathy cards, posted messages of condolences on social media, brought food or helped in any way. Thank You to the many friends, neighbours, businesses and the wider community who lined the route of the funeral cortege to pay their respects, attended Requiem Mass or joined via the church webcam.
Special thanks to C,L,G Watty Graham, An Gleann who brought the John McLaughlin Cup up for John to see and hold during his illness, he was very proud of the team and we are very grateful for this.
Appreciation and thanks go to Father Madden for the lovely Requiem Mass, the kind ladies who kept us safe from covid with hand sanitizers as we entered the church. A special word of appreciation to Maura Kelly for her beautiful music.
Our grateful thanks are extended to the staff of Draperstown Medical Centre, from the receptionists to the doctors and the district Nurses. We cannot thank you enough for your dedication, compassion, support and kindness during John's illness. Thanks to Northern Ireland Hospice and Marie Curie Nurses.
Thank you to J.A. Gormley, Funeral Directors, Maghera for their professional, compassionate and dignified service during such a difficult time. Also the gravedigger John O’Neill for doing such a beautiful job.
We hope this acknowledgment will be accepted by all as it would be impossible to express our appreciation individually.
John's Month's Mind Mass was celebrated in the Holy Rosary, Draperstown at 7.30pm on Friday 31st December 2021. As attendance will be restricted in line with Covid 19 guidelines, the Mass was streamed live on the church webcam https://www.churchservices.tv/Draperstown