MAGUIRE Thomas (Tommy) Died 21st January 2018 The family of the late Tommy Maguire, his wife Mary, children Mary, Pat, Frank, Ann, Tom, Eamon and Margaret and entire extended family circle, wish to thank, most sincerely everyone who supported and sympathised with them on their recent sad bereavement. We offer our heartfelt thanks to the many kind family, friends and neighbours who worked tirelessly and provided support at this time. To those who brought food, telephoned, sent sympathy cards, we are grateful. To all those who attended the Wake, Removal and Funeral including those who travelled long distances, to share condolences, we appreciate your presence. Thank you to those who cared for Dad during his illness including the Carers, for their dignified and compassionate care. Thank you to Dr McConville, The Community Nurses, The Rapid Response Team, the staff of Gordon's and Belcoo Pharmacies for the professional and wonderful care given. Thanks to the Marie Curie Nurses for the loving care provided to Dad during his final days. Thanks to Fr Finnegan, Fr Martin and Fr Quinn for providing spiritual and pastoral care to Dad. Thank you to Fr Quinn for the beautiful Requiem Mass and to Fr Danny Devitt, Fr Niall Martin and Fr Mc Morrow for concelebrating the Mass. To Jacqui for the beautiful music and all those who participated in the Mass thank you. Our thanks also to the staff of St Kevin's College, St Columban's PS and the staff and pupils of St Mary's PS for providing a guard-of-honour. Sincere appreciation to Conway Funeral Directors for dignified and professional way you carried out the Funeral arrangements and special thanks to John P, Ivan and Martin for preparing Dad's final resting place. Thank you to Liam Jones and staff for providing refreshments in the Community Centre after the Funeral. As it is impossible to thank everyone individually, please accept this acknowledgement as a token of our thanks and appreciation. The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass will be offered for your intentions. Tommy's Month's Mind Mass will be celebrated in St Joseph's Church, Mullaghdun on Sunday 4th March at 11.30 am.