Deeply regretted by his sorrowing daughters, grandchildren, great grandchildren, sons in law, nephews, nieces wide family circle and friends.
15th February 2017, Daniel passed away peacefully at Dunlarg Nursing Home.
Daniel, beloved brother of Brendan, the late Margaret R.I.P and Billy R.I.P.
Reposing at J.J. McArdle & Sons Funeral Home, 37 Thomas Street, Armagh.
Funeral on Saturday to St. Patrick's Cathedral, Armagh for 10.00 am Mass, burial afterwards in St Patrick's Cemetery.
Very deeply regretted by his sorrowing brother, nephew, family circle and friends.
Family flowers only please, donations in lieu if desired to Macmillan Cancer.
All further enquires to J.J. McArdle & Sons 37 Thomas St, Armagh. Tel: 028 3752 2480
15th February 2017, Lisa Matheson passed away peacefully at the Ulster Hospital.
Lisa, dearly beloved mother of Naomi and Alayah cherished daughter of Eamon and Florence and much loved of sister Ciaran and Eamon R.I.P.
Lisa’s remains will leave her late home 128 Burren Meadow on Saturday at 11.15am to arrive at Our Lady Of The Assumption Church Newcastle for 12.00 noon Requiem mass, burial afterward in St. Patrick’s Cemetery Bryansford.
On her soul sweet Jesus have mercy.
Deeply regretted by her sorrowing daughters, mother, father, brothers, and entire family circle.
Sinn Féin's Conor Murphy has welcomed confirmation from health minister Michelle O'Neill that Daisy Hill Hospital will be a key part of the acute hospital infrastructure.
Mr Murphy said;
"I invited my party colleague and health minister Michelle O'Neill to Daisy Hill hospital and I was delighted to welcome her to the hospital today alongside Megan Fearon.
"During the visit Minister O'Neill confirmed that Daisy Hill will be part of the acute hospital infrastructure in the future, which is great news for the local area.
"This confirmation ensures that Daisy Hill will continue to deliver a first-class service to the local community.
"The heath minister also visited the hospital's emergency department and had a very positive meeting with more than 60 members of staff to update them on the transformation of the health service."
“Given the scale and depth of its significance to this island and its future - Brexit will be top of the SDLP agenda in post-election negotiations. It is our number one priority now and it will remain our number one priority.”
The Southern Trust had information stands displayed in Craigavon and Newry this week to celebrate Care Day NI, an event co-ordinated by VOYPIC (Voice of Young People in Care) on February 15.
Care Day NI offers an opportunity for Health Organisations to raise the profile of children in care and care leavers, and allow young people to highlight their positive experiences.
Children and Young People’s Services across the Trust celebrated stories of success, promoting care and sharing experiences, through information stands which were hosted by young people from the 16 Plus Service.
The stands were held in Craigavon Area Hospital and The Quays Shopping Centre, Newry.
The Southern Trust’s Director of Children’s and Young People’s Services, Paul Morgan, was delighted with the efforts to celebrate the national event.
“We are proud of all of our young people and delighted that so many of them have participated in promoting Care Day.
“We hope that when local people hear the positive experiences of our young people and the difference that a foster carer can make to their life that they may consider finding out more.”
If you are interested in becoming a foster carer, the Family Placement Team would love to hear from you on Tel: 028 3833 7181.
Click here to find out more about Care Day.
14th February 2017, Florence Cully passed away peacefully at Greenpark Nursing Home, Armagh and formerly of Clare.