The family of the late Francis Joseph (Frankie) Bradley 9th May 1947 – 14th January 2022 wish to thank most sincerely those who offered sympathy and help during their recent bereavement. To those who visited him during his illness. To those who attended the wake and funeral. To those who brought/sent Mass cards and messages of sympathy. To those who helped in the house during the wake. To those who brought gifts of food. To the caring staff of Melmount Manor Nursing home for their excellent care and kindness to Frankie during his 12 months stay there. To the doctors and nursing staff of Altnagelvin Hospital, Derry. To all the Roman Catholic Priests who took care of his spiritual journey especially Fr. Declan McGeehan CC Cappagh, Fr. Roland Colhoun CC Newtownstewart and Fr. Malachy Gallagher CC Strabane who visited him during difficult times. To Fr. Daniel McFall and Fr. Seán O’Donnell (Hospital Chaplains to Altnagelvin). To Monsignor Colum Curry PP Beragh and Fr. Colm Mannion (Dominicans Dublin) for all their prayers and support. To Fr. Thomas Canning CC Sion Mills for his visit to the nursing home to recite the prayers for the dying. To Fr. Francis Bradley who attended the wake and Fr. Eddie Gallagher Parish Priest Gortin, for arranging and celebrating the Requiem Mass and for his kind words during the homily. To Patsy McCrory Eucharist Minister who brought Holy Communion to Frankie on a number of occasions. To the Funeral Directors McAtee Brothers Patrick and Vincent who took complete charge of all funeral arrangements with the highest standard of professionalism, care, dignity and compassion. To the grave digger Kieron Conroy who prepared Frankie’s final resting place in a respectable manner. To the soloist Justin McGurk for his choice of music. To those who lined the funeral route from Fallagh to St. Mary’s Rouskey and to those who directed traffic and parked cars at the chapel. To Sheena Kearney who is in charge of Rouskey Community Centre. To Barry Morris who supplied refreshments after the burial. To the ladies who served the food and tidied up the hall afterwards. To all of you, Brendan and all the family are extremely thankful. Frankie’s month’s mind Mass will be celebrated on Sunday 13th February at 10am in St. Mary’s Rouskey. The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass will be offered for all your intentions. Our Lady Queen of the Most Holy Rosary pray for him.
Fallagh Upper, Drumlea, Omagh.