Donegal Death Notices – Rest in Peace

first_imgDonegal death notices for today, Saturday, October 28.Rose PATTON (née Mc Bride)The death has occurred at her late residence Dromore, Letterkenny of Rose Patton (nee Mc Bride) Glenalla, wife of Peter Patton. Reposing at her late residence. Funeral Mass on Sunday at 1pm at the Church of The Irish Martyrs, Letterkenny with burial afterwards in Conwal Cemetery. Family time from 10pm to 10am and on the morning of the funeral. Family flowers only. Donations in lieu to the Child Counselling Service, Pastoral Centre, Letterkenny c/o any family member or Con McDaid and Sons, Funeral Director, Oldtown Letterkenny.Bridget MCGOWAN (née Loughrey)The death has occurred of Bridget McGowan (née Loughrey), Nailers Road, Buncrana, Donegal.Reposing at her residence. Removal on Sunday at 10.15am to St. Mary’s Church, Cockhill for 11am Requiem Mass followed by burial in the adjoining cemetery. Family time from 10pm until 10am. House private on the morning of the funeral. Connie LAFFERTYThe death has occurred of Connie Lafferty, Chapel Street, Stranorlar, Donegal, peacefully at Letterkenny University Hospital, surrounded by his family. Beloved husband of Rose, much loved father of Michael, Mary, Noel and Angela, devoted brother of Phonsie, Teresa, Noreen, Della and the late Patsy, Annie, Noel, Brian, Molly and Eileen. Deeply regretted by his sons, daughters, brother, sisters, grandchildren, nephews, nieces, extended family and friends.Remains reposing at his home on Saturday, Oct 28th, from 6pm until rosary at 10pm and on Sunday, Oct 29th, from 11am until rosary at 10pm. Funeral leaving his home on Monday, Oct 30th, at 10.30am for Requiem Mass at 11am in the Church of Mary Immaculate, Stranorlar, with interment afterwards at St. Patrick’s Churchyard, Crossroads, Killygordon. Donations in lieu of flowers, if so desired, to the friends of Letterkenny University Hospital or the Donegal Hospice, care of any family member. Family time on the morning of the funeral please.Seamus GILLESPIEThe death has occurred of Seamus Gillespie, Tullyarvan, Buncrana, Donegal.Reposing at his home. Removal today, Saturday, 28th October, at 2.30pm to St. Mary’s Church, Cockhill for 3pm Requiem Mass. Burial afterwards in the adjoining cemetery.John MC NEILISThe death has occurred at Letterkenny University Hospital of John Mc Neilis, Common, Ardara.His remains will repose at his neighbour Derek Mc Cabe’s residence at Common, Ardara from 12 noon today, Saturday, 28th October. Funeral from there tomorrow morning, Sunday, 29th October, at 10:30am going to the Church of the Holy Family, Ardara for Requiem Mass at 11am. Interment afterwards in the adjoining cemetery. Rosary tonight at 10pm.Hugh MC MENAMINThe death has occurred of Hugh Mc Menamin, Ardnawark, Barnesmore, Donegal Town. Remains reposing at his residence from 5pm today, Saturday and tomorrow, Sunday from 12 noon. Removal on Monday morning at 10.15am to St. Agatha’s Church, Clar for 11am requiem mass. Burial afterwards in the local cemetary. House private on the morning of the funeral please. Family flowers only, donations in lieu to the Donegal Cancer Bus.Donegal Death Notices – Rest in Peace was last modified: October 28th, 2017 by Staff WriterShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:obituarieslast_img read more

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first_imgOn how much he’s missed the injured starters:“You miss every starter when you don’t have him. You miss Dave (David Johnson). You miss Smoke, the last couple weeks. It’s just good to get everybody in there. We’re not thin where one guy goes down, and we’ve got guys changing positions. We have some depth now that those guys are back, so it’s good.”On why he thinks the Cardinals have struggled in the red zone:“It’s never one thing but just execution. We’ve had some opportunities around the ball and just not quite all on the same page, here or there. Same thing in the passing game. We’ve had some opportunities to score, and we just haven’t executed the way that we expect ourselves to execute.”On the team spending extra time on red zone offense this past offseason:“Right. Yeah, we spent a lot of time on it. We’ll continue to work on it. Like I say all the time, it’s never something you feel that you’ve just got it and you don’t need to work on it. It’s always something you improve on, or want to improve on, and work to improve on, and we’re still doing that.”On if the team is still adjusting to not having RB David Johnson in those situations: 2 Comments   Share   TEMPE, Ariz. – Quarterback Carson Palmer, now in his fifth year with the Arizona Cardinals, meets the media every Wednesday during the regular season.Here, in this space, with help from the Cardinals’ media relations staff, we’ll highlight many of the key topics and personnel conversations he has with reporters.On getting some of his teammates back healthy:“It’s been great to see, Smokey (John Brown) back out there this week or for one day, then Mike (Iupati) and D.J. (Humphries). So, I’m looking forward to getting them back in the fold.” I don’t know what’s on the other side of the ball, but this is a very good defense. We’re in a difficult spot, as you said, coming off a loss on a short week with a team that’s got 10 or so days rest. This is a huge game for us.”On how close the 49ers played the Seahawks and Rams:“Yeah, they are heartbreaking losses in those two games. A play here or a play there, they could be 2-1 very, very easily.” Then you add NaVorro Bowman in the mix, who I felt for a long time is one of the best linebackers in this league. He’s one of the best linebackers I’ve played against, and I’ve played against some really good ones.Ray-Ray Armstrong looks really good, really fast, really athletic. And there’s speed on the back end. It’s a very good defense. You don’t look at their record, or you don’t factor in their record whatsoever. It’s a very, very good group, and it all starts up front with them.”On if it gave him any confidence after having played well throughout last week’s game:“No. We lost by multiple scores. It was a frustrating Tuesday, a long Tuesday because it’s hard to swallow a loss and get ready for practice on Wednesday and get all the film work you need to get done normally on Mondays and Tuesdays, all in one day.So, a long Tuesday. I think everybody’s wearing it. Everybody was tired. We had a walkthrough today to kind of freshen us up. That was huge for us. We’ll bounce back in a full padded practice tomorrow, and be ready to roll and I’ll be ready to roll.”On if he agrees with Coach Arians when he says that he is playing the best he has in the last two or three years: “No. Again, you look at the wins and losses. I’m not worried about that. I’m not focused on myself whatsoever. I’m focused on execution. I think back to the last game and down there at the end of the game, I could have executed better and gotten it closer and given us a better chance. That part’s frustrating, and when you’re frustrated like that, it’s hard to think about anything else.”On what he can do to help T Jared Veldheer play better:“I’ve got as much respect and trust in Jared as I’ve had in any offensive lineman I’ve ever played with, and I’ve played with Jared for six years. He was protecting my blind side for a long time, and now he’s on the other side. I talked to him today. You just bounce back, and I know he’ll bounce back. Like I said, I have a ton of respect, a ton of trust in him. The way he works, the way he prepares, I just know he’ll bounce back, and I have faith in him.”On the magnitude of Sunday’s game against a division opponent and having a 1-2 record:“Huge. Like I said earlier, their record does not matter. Every time we play San Francisco, they give us their best shot. They’ve always played really, really well against us – really, really hard against us. They’re playing hard on film, and this is a very good defense. “Yeah, he was obviously a monster down there in the red zone because he caught a bunch of touchdowns, and he ran in a bunch of touchdowns. He’s one of those guys. He’s irreplaceable. No matter what team he’s on, if he gets injured, he’s irreplaceable.So, you go into the season with a ton of stuff built around him, and as soon as you lose him, you’ve got to change some things. Like I said, we’re still working on execution. We’re going to continue to do that as the season goes on without Dave.”On how the mornings after games feel for him after he’s been sacked just once compared to multiple times:“It’s never the number of times. It’s just there’s always that one hit when you are really sore, where you just get caught kind of wrong or land wrong and then they land on top of you wrong. It’s always dependent on that and not on the number of hits or sacks.”On if that happened to him on Monday night:“No. I feel great.”On what he sees from the 49ers defense:“The front seven jumps off the screen very, very quickly. There are three top-10 picks, probably. I don’t know the exact numbers those guys were drafted, but everybody can rush the passer. Everybody is a problem in the run game. Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Arizona Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer (3) throws under pressure from Dallas Cowboys defensive end Tyrone Crawford during the second half of an NFL football game, Monday, Sept. 25, 2017, in Glendale, Ariz. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin) Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Top Stories The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelolast_img read more