Acknowledgement Catherine Mullin, Dromore, Co Tyrone. Died 17th February 2022.

Catherine Mullin.
14 Ashlands, Dromore, BT78 3JD.
Died 17th February 2022.

Catherine passed away on the 17th February surrounded by her loving family. A much loved mother, mother in law, granny, sister, sister in law, aunt and friend. We her family wish to thank everyone involved in caring for mum during her short illness; Rapid Response Nurses, Dromore District Nurses, Dr Deeny GP and Mark Mc Glinn and the team at Bradleys Pharmacy Dromore. Thank you especially to Dr Wallace GP for the kindness and compassion shown over the last few months. We wish to express our sincere appreciation and heartfelt thanks to all those who paid their respects in any way, those who called to the house, who telephoned, sent mass or sympathy cards, flowers or donations in lieu of flowers and those who left messages online. Also to those who lined the funeral route or joined us at the mass or via webcam. Sincere thanks to our relatives, friends and neighbours who helped us in so many ways. Our deepest gratitude to Father Patrick Mac Entee for visiting mum during her illness, for offering us spiritual support and for the comforting Requiem Mass. We extend our thanks to Father Dolan and Canon Mc Kenna for their help at this time. We convey our appreciation also to the Sacristan, the Eucharistic ministers and everyone who assisted with the mass. A special note of thanks to Donna and Sinead Taggart for the beautiful singing and Patrick Slevin accompanying pianist. Thank you to Mc Atee Funeral Directors for the dignified and professional manner in which the funeral arrangements were carried out. Also thanks to Charlie Quinn the grave digger.

We have been overwhelmed by the sheer volume of support, as it would be impossible to thank everyone individually, please accept this acknowledgement as a gesture of our gratitude. Month’s mind will be celebrated in St Davogs Church, Dromore on Saturday 2nd April at 7pm and may also be viewed via the Dromore parish webcam.

Our Lady Pray for Her.

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  1. Deepest sympathy on your loss thinking of yous all always at this sad time and the days months and years ahead all our love alan louise and family xxxxxx