CORRIGAN Teresa Tom, Linda, Nuala and Dermot, husband, daughters and son together with the entire family circle would like to express our sincere thanks and acknowledge the many expressions of sympathy and gestures of kindness shown to us following the sudden loss of our beloved mother, grandmother and sister Teresa. Thanks to the N.I.A.S and the P.S.N.I. personnel who attended to Mums house on the day of her sudden passing. Our heartfelt thanks are also extended to our kind neighbours and friends who supported us in our recent sudden bereavement. Our sincere thanks goes to Fr Seamus Quinn for his support to the family and for the celebration of the Requiem Mass. Thank you to Canon Mc Quaid for concelebrating alongside Fr Niall Martin who delivered such a beautiful and fitting homily about Mum. Thanks to Anne Flanagan and the choir for the beautiful singing and music in the church, to the Altar Servers and the Eucharistic Ministers. Thank you to all those who phoned, sent wreaths ,gave Mass/sympathy cards came to the wake or attended the funeral . A special thank you to those who supplied food and brought refreshments during the wake and to those who worked tirelessly inside and outside the home to ensure everything ran efficiently. Our sincere thanks to The Customs House and the committee of the community centre for providing complimentary refreshments after the funeral. And again to the Customs House for the beautiful family meal they provided to us as a token of their love for Mum. We sincerely thank John Corrigan alongside Peter Carty undertakers in their caring and professional approach in dealing with Mums sudden death and to the grave digger for his preparation and completion of the grave. Although we cannot name all those who helped individually please accept this acknowledgement as a token of our sincere appreciation of all your deeds thoughts and prayers at this time The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass will be offered for your intentions . Mums Months Mind will be celebrated on Saturday 9th December at 7pm in Holywell Church Belcoo.