Mc Dermott Liam Dromore

Mc Dermott Liam (Dromore, Killyclogher Co Tyrone) died peacefully at his late residence 33 Retreat Heights Killyclogher BT78 0HH on Tuesday 12th February 2019 surrounded by his loving family. Beloved father of Sinead and Niall. Loving brother of Anthony, Michael, John, Helen (Ena)(Mc Gurgan), Carmel (Mc Anespy),Carolyn (McGuigan) and the late Marion ( Boylan) and Baby Joanne. Liam will be reposing in his late residence from 6pm on Wednesday 13th February. There will be a shuttle bus service from Killyclogher GFC grounds (BT79 0QA)  to the wake house from 6pm onwards on each the night of the wake.   House private morning of the funeral. Liam will leave his late residence at 1.30pm on Friday 15th February for 2.30pm requiem mass in St Davog’s Church Dromore, followed by his burial in the St Dympna’s cemetery. Family flowers only donations in lieu of Motor Neurone Disease Association c/o Mc Atee Funeral Directors. Deeply regretted by his loving daughter, son, sisters, brothers, brother’s in-law, sisters-in-law, nephews, nieces and entire family circle. St Padre Pio pray for him.
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  1. So sorry to hear of Liams passing.I remember Liam from Dromore school.
    Deepest condolences to the entire family.
    May he rest well.

  2. Our deepest sympathy to Liam’s family and friends. Liam spent many hours in our home through his work , we are so grateful for all the help and support he gave us. We will never forget his friendly face and positive attitude. Gone too soon, RIP Liam.

  3. Sincere Sympathy to all of Liam’ s family. He was a lovely man with a great sense of humour. Too young to die. He will be sorely missed. May he rest in peace.

  4. To the Mc Dermott family. Marian and myself are very sorry for your loss. Liam was a true gentleman and we had many a great conversation on and off the bike with him. He always shorten the journey on the road with his wit and gentle maner. He will be greatly missed by all who had the privilege to meet him and he will always be in our memory and prayers. Liam RIP.