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Deaths in the community

Frank Garfield Fleming

The death took place peacefully on December 31 of Frank Garfield (Gary) Fleming, 13 Upper Church Lane, Portadown.

He was the husband of Elizabeth and father of Christopher, Philip and Melinda.

Also regretted by Garry, granddaughter Chelsea, brother Victor, sister-in-law Helen, nieces Victoria, Caroline and Jan and their families.

His funeral was on Wednesday, January 2, from his late residence to Seagoe Cemetery.

Matilda Moore

Matlida (Maud) Moore, late of Gilford Road, Portadown, died peacefully at Daisy Hill Hospital on December 31.

She was the wife of the late Hubert, mother of Nigel, mother-in-law of Linda and nana to Kim, Kirsty and Kyle.

She was the sister of John, Aileen and the late Elie.

Her funeral service was in First Presbyterian Church, Portadown, last Thursday with interment in Kernan Cemetery.

Arthur Wilson

The death took place on January 1 of Arthur Wilson, Corcrain Gardens, Portadown.

He was the husband of the late Ann and father of Brigid, Arthur, Eileen, Colin, Annmarie, Margaret, Donna and the late Bobby.

His funeral was on Friday to the Church of St John the Baptist with interment in the adjoining cemetery.

Evelyn Maud McCleary

The death took place peacefully at home on January 3 of Evelyn Maud McCleary, 110 Mullabrack Road, Markethill.

She was the wife of the late James and mother of Jim, Helen, Myrtle and Wesley.

Also regretted by brother Harry (McCammon), sister-in-law Myra, sister Lilian (Baird) and family circle.

Her funeral was on Saturday to St John’s Parish Church, Mullabrack, with interment in the adjoining churchyard.

John Milligan

John Milligan, late of Princess Way, Portadown, died peacefully at Craigavon Area Hospital on January 2.

He was the husband of Betty and father of Lynda and John, father-in-law of Dawn and grandfather of Aaron, Steven and Zannah.

His funeral was on Saturday to First Presbyterian Church, Portadown, followed by interment in Kernan Cemetery.

Mary Topping

The death took place at Lisnisky Nursing Home on January 3 of Mary (Minnie) Topping, late of 75 Coronation Street, Laurevale, Tandragee.

She was the wife of Everett and mother of Hubert.

Her funeral was on Sunday to First Presbyterian Church, Portadown, with interment in Knocknamuckley Parish Churchyard.

Sheila Graham

Sheila Graham died suddenly at Craigavon Area Hospital on January 4.

She was the wife of the late Arthur, Ballymacanallen Road, Gilford, and mother of Paul.

House and funeral were strictly private.

Mary Margaret Crook

The death took place at the Four Seasons Care Home, Portadown, on January 6 of Mary Margaret Crook.

She was the wife of the late Ralph Gerald Crook, late of Loughgall Road, Portadown.

She was the sister of Stanley, Godfrey and Mervyn Ferris.

Her funeral was on Wednesday to Armagh Road Presbyterian Church with interment in the Presbyterian Cemetery, Armagh Road, Newry.

Joseph Wilfred McKeown

The death took place peacefully at Craigavon Area Hospital on January 7 of Joseph Wilfred (Joe) McKeown, late of Deans Road, Bleary.

He was the husband of the late Ena and father of Jeanette, Venita, Diane and Lorraine.

Father-in-law of Campbell he was the granddad of Jason, Kirsty, John, Keri, Scott, Giles and Jamie and also a great granddad.

His funeral is today (Friday) to Knocknamuckley Parish Church with interment in the adjoining graveyard.

James Chambers

The death took place peacefully on January 8 at Mahon Hall Care Home, Portadown, of James (Jimmy) Chambers.

The younger son of the late Fred and Harriet Clayton, Brackagh, Portadown, he was the brother of John.

A service of thanksgiving was held in Tandragee Methodist Church on Thursday.

A private family interment took place earlier in Mullavilly Churchyard.

Conn Murphy

The death took place on January 8 of Conn Murphy, 3 Lisnafiffy Road, Gilford.

He was the husband of Teresa and father of Kevin, Brenda and the late Moya.

Also regretted by sons-in-law Gary and Gerard, daughter-in-law Anne, grandchildren, great grandchildren and family circle.

 
 
 

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