Acknowledgement Eamonn Slevin, Dromore, Co Tyrone. Died 15th May 2024.

Eamonn Slevin, Tummery Road, Dromore, Co Tyrone. Died 15th May 2024.

Eamonn’s wife Maura and family, Noelle & Michael, Patrick & Denise, Barry & Sinead, and Siobhan and grandchildren, with his extended family wish to express their sincere appreciation and heartfelt thanks to all those who sympathised, prayed for and supported them, through their recent sad bereavement. Eamonn was a well-liked gentleman in the community and a dearly loved Husband, Father, Father in law, Grandfather, Brother, Brother in law, Uncle, Neighbour and Friend.

We thank everyone who comforted us, the sense of family and community was immediately felt, and that kindness will never be forgotten.

Sincere thanks to everyone who came to the Wake, to all who helped served tea, who made and brought food. Thank you to everyone who helped with traffic management and to Kevin O’Neill for use of his yard for parking. Our thanks also to those who sent Mass or Sympathy cards, messages, flowers or donations in lieu, lined the funeral route and to those who joined us at the Requiem Mass.

We are blessed to have the love and support of our family, friends, neighbours and work colleagues, your support throughout this difficult time has helped us in so many ways.

A special word of thanks to Canon MacEntee and Fr Dolan P.E. for their spiritual support. Our sincere thanks to Father Padraig McKenna P.P. for his very personal Requiem Mass. We convey our appreciation also to the Sacristan and everyone who took part in the Liturgy, especially our readers, Eucharist ministers, and to Fergal, Dervla, Stevie and Mark who provided the beautiful music.

Thank you to McAtee Funeral Directors for the dignified and professional manner, in which the funeral arrangements were carried out and to the gravedigger for preparing Eamonn’s final resting place. Also to Sheenagh of Bumblebee Garden for the beautiful floral tributes, and to the St Patrick’s Hall ladies for providing the most welcome refreshments after the burial.

Our sincere thanks also to Dromore St. Dympna’s LGFC for providing their guard of honour.

And finally, we send our sincere thanks and deep appreciation to the support groups & health professionals who helped care for Eamonn during his illnesses, especially Fintona Medical Centre, McDermotts Pharmacy and all staff in Altnagelvin Hospital and North West Cancer Centre. Eamonn appreciated the care he received greatly and frequently commented on how ‘good’ people were.
We are so very grateful for all your care, help and assistance and for the compassion shown to Eamonn.

As it would be impossible to thank everyone individually, please accept this acknowledgement as a gesture of our family’s deepest gratitude.

Eamonn is loved and missed every day. May his gentle, generous soul be granted peace and eternal rest. His Month’s Mind Mass will be celebrated in St Davog’s Church, Dromore on Saturday 15th June at 7.00pm. Our Lady pray for him.

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