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The family of the late Jamesie O'Hagan, devoted wife Rosie, son Johnny, Fleur and family, son Jamesie, Bridie and family, daughter Mary and family, son Edward, Christine and family, son Paddy, June and family, daughter Carmel, Jackie and family, daughter Rosie and family, daughter Bella, Martin and family, would like to acknowledge the loving care, help and support of the following people, bodies and organisations. To Dr. Tom Black and the Doctors and Staff of Abbey Street Medical Centre for their tireless help and support. To Brian Og, Pharmacist, for his help and advice on the medications that Jamesie was given; all the nurses who attended Jamesie at home; The Acute Care at Home Team; all staff of Ward 3. To Raymond and Majella and all the residents and friends of Jamesie, from Brickfield Court, who attended the wake and brought Mass cards and offered their condolences. All the friends, relatives and neighbours who supported Jamesie's family and shared their condolences and brought Mass cards and supplied the wake with sandwiches, biscuits, milk etc., and also shared their reminisences of Jamesie and brightened the darkness, with the stories of Jamesie's life. A massive thank you to Isobel Caldwell and colleague who played and sang such beautiful music. Isobel is Jamesie's niece and quite clearly did her uncle proud. To Bradley & McLaughlin, Undertakers, for the very professional and dignified manner in which they carried out their sad duty; Fr. Joe and Fr. Paul for their pastoral care. Last, but by no means least, Fr. Patrick Lagan CC, who gave a most marvellous Eulogy of the late Jamesie O'Hagan. Fr. Lagan captured the essence of the late Jamesie quite accurately and descriptively. The spontaneous round of applause after Fr. Lagan's Eulogy was a fitting testimony of the elegance, warmth, sincerity and humour in which it was delivered. The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass will be offered for your intentions.

Jamesie's Month's Mind Mass will be held on 21st May at 7.30 p.m. in St. Mary's Chapel, Creggan.

Our Lady of Kerrytown pray for him.
Published in Derry Journal on May 17, 2019
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