Dear Editor,By way of invitation, Guyana has been invited to attend and compete in Canada at the UCI C1 Para Cycling event in April 2018 and Walter Grant Stuart, a differently abled cyclist, is the ambassador who will carry the Golden Arrow Head (National Flag) for representation. Guyana, you should be extremely proud to be represented. Having known Stuart for some years now, via my photographyIn photo, one can view Stuart in competition during my coverage of a cycling eventcoverage of cycling events in Guyana, it is well-deserving that this opportunity was bestowed on him and I wish him well with his quest for the international competition. ANSA McAL has paved the way as a contributor towards this event, with a donation and I applaud you wholeheartedly. Horace Burrowes, President of the Guyana Cycling Federation has also added his effort and for that, I give you 10 across the board. Guyana, let us all make an effort towards assisting Stuart via donation towards this quest. He can be contacted on telephone number 684-6625. Reference to KN report, dated Saturday, March 17, 2018… I only got hold of this press report yesterday and hope it’s not too late to make a contribution.Yours faithfully,T Pemberton
Natural gas explosion– preparations afoot to construct apparatus to trap gasJust over two weeks after an underground gas pocket exploded aback a residence in Diamond, East Bank Demerara, the intense cleaning-up exercise is still ongoing, while officials at the Guyana Geology and Mines Commission (GGMC) are making preparations for the construction of an apparatus to cap the methane gas that was detected.“If everything goes according to plan, then we could be looking at perhaps another week or so to make sure that the site is clear enough for us to get access to do the operational works that were intended. But you know the weather has to be also cooperative,” Commissioner of GGMC, Newell Dennison told Guyana Times on Sunday. He explained that the Commission will have to await the completion of the clean-up exercise for an assessment to be done before work can commence on the construction of the contraption apparatus.“It is intended that we will construct an apparatus, we will construct the conductorGGMC Commissioner Newell Dennisoncasings that we would want to put into the vent; those things will have to be constructed. But I wouldn’t want to preempt what it is exactly that would have to be done because there might be modifications of what is intended and what we observe, after the full clean-up and actually get a good look at the orifice that has been presented to us,” Dennison said.Previously, GGMC’s Senior Petroleum Technologist, Mitchell Prince, had explained in a briefing with the Ministry of the Presidency that the plan is to run two sizes of casings into the orifice to seal it off. He noted that they are going to be using an 18-inch casing on the outside and a four-inch diameter casing on the inside, then seal around it with concrete and build a valve at the top.Asked whether the apparatus can be constructed beforehand, Dennison related that, “In part, it can be constructed but it is better that see what we’re working with first. It is something that can be done concurrently. Once we see what the orifice has presented to us, then we can make some assumptions to the dimensions. So while actual work on the vent is being done, construction of the apparatus can be ongoing at the same time so it doesn’t have to be one and then the other.”The GGMC Commissioner noted that the cleaning exercise is expected to wrap up in a week’s time while the construction and installation of the apparatus will take another two to three weeks to be completed.Questioned about the financing of these works, Commissioner Dennison disclosed that the Civil Defence Commission (CDC) and the Guyana Water Incorporated (GWI) has made certain materials available to be used for the construction of the apparatus, while GGMC will be making provisions for the additional works. He opted not to preempt the cost, saying that “it might be a moving target.”At about 18:00h on June 15, 2018, construction workers were drilling a well at Lot 1200 Section A Block X, Great Diamond, residence (between Sixth and Fifth Avenue) when they hit a natural gas pocket causing an immediate explosion, which caused an eruption which lasted the entire night, with fluctuating eruptions as high as 30 feet, of various substances.Local stakeholder agencies had since come together to monitor the situation and tests conducted found traces of methane gas at the location.
They managed just 10 shots in the first two periods. And when they got a scoring chance – like when Dustin Brown corralled a mishandled puck by Frantisek Kaberle along the boards for a breakaway chance – they couldn’t take advantage. “That’s why we’re in the predicament we’re in,” Kings coach Marc Crawford said. “We’re learning how to be a good team. When you’re a good team, you find a way to scrap, fight and claw away at good teams. “Carolina played well. They didn’t make a lot of mistakes. We didn’t play a spirited enough game.” Hurricanes goalkeeper Cam Ward had a solid bounceback performance after allowing three goals on eight shots against Minnesota on Saturday before being pulled for John Grahame. He gave up only Frolov’s redirection goal on a power play and stopped a clear shot from Derek Armstrong to preserve the lead in the final seconds. “I felt sharp,” Ward said. “I thought the guys played extremely well in front of me. Anytime you allow 10 shots through 10 periods, that’s saying something about team defense. That being said, it could be tough to keep yourself mentally into it. But I did the best I could to stay sharp and be ready for any scoring chances.” Scott Walker scored the go-ahead goal in the second period and David Tanabe had two assists to lead the Hurricanes to a 2-1 victory, giving Carolina a needed win as it enters a key stretch of the schedule. The Kings looked set for a good start when Carolina’s Justin Williams was given a 4-minute penalty for high-sticking Jamie Lundmark just 13 seconds in. But the Kings managed only one shot with the advantage, the beginning of an anemic offensive night. The Hurricanes led 1-0 when Rod Brind’Amour beat defenseman Rob Blake to the puck along the boards, then sent a pass from behind the net to Whitney for a short put-away with 1:10 left in the first. But the Kings tied it when Frolov deflected in a pass from Brent Sopel with the man advantage midway through the second period after Vasicek was called for roughing. The teams hadn’t met in Raleigh since Carolina’s 3-2 overtime win on Nov. 8, 2003. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! RALEIGH, N.C. – Considering their position in the Eastern Conference playoff race, the Carolina Hurricanes know they can’t let any points get away if they want to defend their Stanley Cup title. On Tuesday night, that meant avoiding a letdown against the Kings, the Western Conference’s last-place team.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger played down his touchline bust-up with Jose Mourinho after his side’s 2-0 defeat at Chelsea.The pair had to be separated by the fourth official following an angry exchange after Alexis Sanchez was fouled by Gary Cahill.But Wenger insists the clash was not so “terribly bad.”The Frenchman said: “I just wanted to see how Sanchez was and somebody stood in front of me. I was not in his [Mourinho’s] technical area and if you look at the game again you will see how many times he came into our technical area and how many times he walked on the pitch.“I do not want to make a philosophical debate about it, it’s an incident that happened in the game and that’s it. I don’t think it looks so terribly bad.”There were more bookings than shots on target in a niggly affair at Stamford Bridge, and Wenger believes Chelsea’s numbers could have been reduced, while insisting referee Martin Atkinson got it right to only book Laurent Koscielny for the foul on Eden Hazard that led to the Belgian opening the scoring from the penalty spot.He added: “My view is I think Ivanovic and Oscar, especially, were very lucky to finish the game.“[As for Koscielny], in the box it’s a yellow card. He went for the ball, it was not a deliberate foul.”
Radamel Falcao Louis van Gaal says he is “not interested” in whether Radamel Falcao is frustrated at being used as a substitute, with the Manchester United manager claiming the Colombian is only fit enough to play for 20 minutes.Falcao has struggled for fitness since joining United on loan from Monaco in the summer and has yet to complete a full game this season.He recently returned to action after a six week injury lay-off and has been left on the bench for the past two games.And Van Gaal has warned the 28-year-old he will have to bide his time to force his way into United’s starting line-up.Falcao is likely to be on the bench again at Southampton on Monday night and asked if the striker was happy with that role, Van Gaal replied: “I am not interested in that. He has to follow my philosophy – do you understand that? I am here because of that.“I have selected him in spite of the fact he can only play for 20 minutes, because the rhythm of the game in the Premier League is the highest.“It’s match fitness [he needs]. It would be a better contribution if he played with the second team but I cannot do that because on Tuesday we had the match against Stoke and Wayne Rooney was injured. I had to adapt to the needs of the selection [squad].”Van Gaal was hugely relieved after a scan last week on a potential knee injury for Rooney showed there was no problem – the striker has become crucial for the Dutch manager after he chose him as his captain following the club’s pre-season tour to the USA.“Very good!” beamed Van Gaal, when asked about Rooney. “He will play.”He added: “We were in the USA when I decided to make him captain and not for one day have I regretted that. For me the most important thing is that he is captain of our team.”Van Gaal said he was impressed at the team spirit that has developed, highlighted by the Christmas party organised last week by Rooney.That came on the back of four straight wins for United.“It was fantastic,” van Gaal told MUTV. “Usually, I don’t use words like this, but I think it showed the cohesion in our group from both the players and staff. My wife and I enjoyed it very much.“The squad is very important, and that’s why the timing of our Christmas party was fantastic – it showed the togetherness in the squad. I think we are in a good position.” 1
THE HIGH Court has continued for another four weeks an order restraining a company owned by crook Francois de Dietrich from reducing its bank account in Ballybofey, Co Donegal, below €1.7 million.The order was granted to two Co Donegal businessmen, who are among a large number of people who invested substantial sums in the company.The account of Etic Solutions Ltd, Ballybofey, a firm which allegedly represented to investors that it was involved in purchasing liquidation stock across Europe, has already been frozen on a Garda application. Mr Justice Roderick Murphy was told yesterday there were two Garda investigations into the main director of the company. Daniel O’Donnell, with addresses at Termon, Co Donegal, and South 55th Court, Oaklawn, Illinois, US, is claiming he is owed some €1.6 million arising from his investment with Etic, while John O’Donnell (no relation), Cluain Ard, Letterkenny, claims some €74,000 is due to him. Both are seeking summary judgment against the company.Noel Travers, for the businessmen, told the judge yesterday a warrant for the main director of Etic had been issued in Northern Ireland recently.There had been no appearance for the company to date in this case and he believed it was unlikely a defence would be lodged in the proceedings, counsel added.Mr Justice Murphy agreed to continue the freezing order for another four weeks. It applies to the company’s account at Allied Irish Banks’ branch at Main Street, Ballybofey, which remains frozen after an earlier application by the Garda and is said to contain a substantial credit sum.Daniel O’Donnell claims he is owed some €1.69 million arising from an initial €100,000 investment made by him with Etic, while John O’Donnell claims he is owed some €74,000 arising from an investment of some €53,000.Both men claim they have received no payments from the company and are seeking summary judgment for the amounts allegedly owed.In separate affidavits, both men said they invested in Etic on foot of representations made to them by its local agent, Thomas Ryan, a former inter-county GAA footballer who was also involved in the management of the county team from 2008 to 2010.FRANCOIS INVESTIGATION: GAA LEGEND TOMMY RYAN SOLD ETIC INVESTMENTS, COURT HEARS was last modified: February 8th, 2011 by gregShare 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)
Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won Watford will resume the Premier League in seventh place, and host title-chasers Liverpool on Saturday.“As a coach you always depend on the results, but at this moment I can say I am proud to be part of this project, not only for one year, but for a long time,” Gracia said.“It is good for me, I feel happy here, my technical staff as well. We try with our job to help improve the team.”Gracia added: “This stability is good for the players. Now we need to keep working hard because it is the only way we can keep this good moment going.” Forbes list reveals how much Mayweather, Ronaldo and Messi earned this decade The Venezuelan will provide good competition for the likes of Troy Deeney Every time Ally McCoist lost it on air in 2019, including funny XI reactions On Thursday, Watford confirmed Venezuela forward Adalberto Penaranda had signed a new five-year contract after receiving his work permit, and would now be available for selection.The 21-year-old has only played one competitive match since January, which was an international friendly against the United Arab Emirates last month.Gracia said: “I am sure it was very tough for him, but he’s a good professional. He always had a good behaviour, waiting for this moment.“I think he needs time. He will train hard in the next weeks to be in the best condition. Gracia’s men are currently seventh in the Premier League table Son ban confirmed as Tottenham fail with appeal to overturn red card The Hornets can rise to sixth if they beat Liverpool this weekend depending on other results 4 Latest Football News BEST OF REVEALED ADVICE Ronaldo warned Lukaku how hard scoring goals in Serie A would be before Inter move Watford made a brilliant start to the 2018/19 campaign, registering five straight wins in all competitions.Speaking at a press conference ahead of Saturday’s match against Liverpool, in a video on the Watford website, Gracia said: “We reached an agreement for the next years. I haven’t signed it yet, but I (will) do next week.“I am happy because it is good for me and the club as well, then we will see.”Former Malaga and Rubin Kazan boss Gracia has settled well at Vicarage Road, with the squad producing some positive performances again before the international break. Javi Gracia will sign a new contract with Watford next week, the Spaniard has confirmed.He replaced Marco Silva in January and helped the Hornets secure their Premier League status for this season. “I think he is very good player for us. He can play different positions. He is a striker, but he can help us in different positions as well.“He’s a good striker, a young player, with a brilliant future and he has a good presence.”Penaranda, though, will have to earn his chance.“At this moment, it doesn’t just depend on him or on me. It depends on other players,” Gracia said. Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade no dice Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? 4 RANKED huge blow Watford made a blistering start to the season 4 Oxlade-Chamberlain suffers another setback as Klopp confirms serious injury REVEALED 4 MONEY “At this moment, other strikers are playing really well and it depends on many circumstances. It’s good news for us to have another good option.”Etienne Capoue returns from suspension to come into contention, while defender Sebastian Prodl has also been training again following his leg problem.Tom Cleverley is stepping up his rehabilitation after a combination of hamstring and Achilles trouble, along with defender Daryl Janmaat, out since September because of a knee injury.
Colon lasted only 23 pitches when he was removed from Monday’s Game 5 against the Yankees, one batter into the second inning. He’s been bothered by a sore back in the last month or so, but the shoulder problem caught the Angels a little by surprise. “We assumed it was his back or maybe he pulled a groin,” Stoneman said. CHICAGO — Bartolo Colon is not on the Angels’ American League Championship Series roster because of an inflamed right shoulder and will undergo an MRI exam today. The Angels still hold out hope that Colon’s injury isn’t significant, and he can be placed on the roster for the World Series, if the team gets there. The Angels had to have their roster set by 10 a.m. Tuesday morning, and activated reliever Esteban Yan in place of Colon. “(Colon’s) a guy you want on your roster, but if that can’t happen you move on and make adjustments,” Angels general manager Bill Stoneman said. “We had to make a decision. (The shoulder injury) sprung at the last second and we ran with the information we had. Our best guess was he would not be available for this series.” AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWalnut’s Malik Khouzam voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week Said manager Mike Scioscia: “Bart’s a horse. When he says he’s hurt, it’s significant. Hopefully it’s something that can be dealt with short term. We’re not ruling him out of we’re fortunate to move on.” The Angels are going with a pitching rotation of Paul Byrd, Jarrod Washburn, John Lackey and Ervin Santana. Subhead Washburn will make his first postseason start tonight in Game 2 after a bout with strep throat. He was supposed to pitch Game 4 of the A.L. Division Series against the Yankees last Sunday, but was too sick. “I have no idea how I got it,” Washburn said. “My wife and kids were with me and they’re all fine. I hardly ever get sick. I’m feeling much better but I’m still a little weak and I don’t have all my strength back.” Washburn said he didn’t eat for two days, then finally had some soup Tuesday. “I just want to help the guys,” Washburn said. “I felt I let them down the last series when I couldn’t get out there and do my part.” Washburn dealt with elbow tendinitis off and on all season, but he hasn’t pitched in a game since Oct. 1, so the arm won’t be an issue. “His elbow discomfort seems like it’s behind him now,” Scioscia said. “Stamina is an issue. Can he go 90-100 pitches and go deep enough into the game?” Subhead Stoneman said he has not been contracted by the Tampa Bay Devil Rays, who are rumored to be interested in talking with Angels bench coach Joe Maddon about their vacant managerial position. “I’d love to do it, but I haven’t heard anything,” said Maddon, who’s been in the Angels organization since 1981. “It has to come through Bill. I believe in going through the proper channels. They have a bunch of young talent, as good a group as I’ve seen. They compare to ours from a couple years ago. They’ve done a great job with scouting and developing.” Subhead A lot was made last year of the Red Sox’s first World Series victory since 1918, but the White Sox haven’t won a World Series since 1917. And if they do it this year? “Watch out Mayor Daley, I might be the next mayor,” White Sox manager Ozzie Smith said. “Believe me, I’ve never seen so much enthusiasm and so many people around Chicago so excited about it. I don’t care if you’re a Cubs fan, a Bulls fan, a Bears fan. I think a lot of people are Chicago fans. The name we wear on the chest says /\x27/Chicago,” not /\x27/South Side.” ‘ Subhead Vladimir Guerrero started at designated hitter Tuesday, and Garret Anderson likely will be the DH tonight. Juan Rivera started in right field Tuesday and would get the nod in left tonight if Anderson is the DH. “You talk about Garret, (Darin) Erstad, Vlad, Bengie (Molina), these guys really have been grinding and are banged up,” Scioscia said. “This gives us a chance to get (Guerrero) out of his druthers of playing right field.” Subhead The White Sox’s Game 2 starter tonight, Mark Buehrle, said he respects the Angels offense, but also said, “I don’t think they’re as good offensively as Boston is.” Anderson has had more success against Buehrle in his career than most Angels, even though it’s a lefty vs. lefty matchup. “He stays in against lefties,” Buehrle said. “Most guys, Vlad or maybe Adam (Kennedy), they bail. He stays in there. I think he’s one of the best left-handed hitters against left-handed pitching.” 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Oswalt, who beat St. Louis in Game 2 of this NLCS, starts tonight in Game 6 with the Astros up 3-2 in the series. Oswalt has won 59 regular season games the last three years, but is often overshadowed being on the same staff with the hometown duo of Pettitte and Roger Clemens, a seven-time Cy Young Award winner. If Game 7 is needed, Clemens will face the Cardinals in the same situation as last October. If the Astros win Wednesday night, the Rocket almost certainly would start Game 1 of the World Series at the Chicago White Sox on Saturday night. Pettitte didn’t get a decision in Game 5 on Monday night, when Albert Pujols hit a three-run homer off closer Brad Lidge in the ninth inning to give St. Louis a 5-4 victory. – La Russa has been in the dugout for two of the most stunning home runs in postseason history. La Russa was managing the Oakland Athletics when a hobbling Kirk Gibson connected off Dennis Eckersley to win Game 1 of the 1988 World Series for the Dodgers. And, of course, La Russa was there to greet Pujols with a hug after his three-run shot saved St. Louis’ season Monday night and sent the Cardinals to a 5-4 victory at Houston in Game 5 of the NL championship series. “I think my first understanding of the significance of Gibson’s home run is the drama of what he did that day, as hurt as he was, that being his only at-bat. And if you saw him foul those pitches off and how gimpy he was, it was an incredibly heroic kind of at-bat, if you can use hero in sports,” La Russa said. “But I think beyond that performance, they won the world championship, and that’s made it one of the greatest at-bats of all-time, and that’s why I think unless we can get another couple of wins, it won’t be as great of a story.” – The Houston Astros aren’t worried about Pujols’ game-winning homer in Game 5 having any lingering effect on closer Brad Lidge. “Brad, he’s the type of closer that has amnesia, he won’t think anything about it next time he gets out there,” Oswalt said. “He’ll come out at the end of the next game, and I’m sure he’ll be lights-out just like he always is.” Lidge, who had 42 saves during the regular season, saved three straight games in this NLCS before Pujols’ homer in the ninth inning Monday. “I think he’ll come right back and do what he’s done his whole career,” general manager Tim Purpura said. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! ST. LOUIS — Cardinals third baseman Abraham Nunez is expected to be back in the starting lineup for Game 6 of the NL championship series tonight after missing two games with a deep left thigh bruise. “He worked out, I watched some of it,” St. Louis manager Tony La Russa said Tuesday. “Unless I go in there and find out something that wasn’t obvious, I expect him to start.” AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWalnut’s Malik Khouzam voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week Nunez was injured during Game 3 on Saturday in a jarring collision while playing in the field. Houston’s Jason Lane slid into third and his knee crushed the leg of Nunez, who was coming off the bag to field Larry Walker’s throw from right field. Nunez was spun to the ground and had to be helped off the field. During the Cardinals’ optional workout at Busch Stadium on Tuesday, Nunez took ground balls and batting practice. “I tried to do everything at game speed to see how I’d do. I just want to make sure I’m 100 percent ready to go,” Nunez said. “It’s pretty loose and it’s not sore.” Nunez said “it’s up to the boss” if he’s playing. In six postseason games, Nunez has hit .381 (8-of-21) with four runs scored and three RBIs. Nunez was the starter at third base most of the season when Scott Rolen was limited to 56 games because of two shoulder operations. John Mabry and Hector Luna, who started four games at third during the regular season, started the last two NLCS games. – Andy Pettitte got the first shot to pitch Houston into the World Series. Now, it’s 20-game winner Roy Oswalt’s turn.
Donegal death notices for today, Sunday, February 18th.Matthew MURPHYThe death has occurred of Matthew Murphy, 45 The Glebe, Donegal Town, formerly of Drogheda Co. Louth. Peacefully at Letterkenny University Hospital. Father of Maureen, Neal and Meencally, Donegal Town. Will be sadly missed by his darling wife Anne, beloved children Maureen, Donegal Town, Deirdre, London, Raymond, London, son-in-law, daughter-in-law, grandchildren, nieces and nephews and a large circle of family, friends and neighbours. Reposing at his home on Sunday from 2pm to 10pm. Removal on Monday morning for 11am funeral Mass in St. Patrick’s Church, Donegal Town, with interment afterwards in St. Columba’s Church Cemetery, Carrick, Co. Donegal. House private on Monday morning please. All enquiries to John McGowan Funeral Directors 087 270 6699Isobel FUREY (née Murphy)The death has occurred at Arch View Lodge Nursing Home, Letterkenny of Isobel Furey (nee Murphy), St.Columba’s Grove, Ballyduff Park, Lifford, and formerly Ballinkillen, Co.Carlow and Glenties, Co.Donegal. Sadly missed by her partner Peter, her sister Maura (Cole) Perth, Australia, nieces, nephews, cousins, neighbours and friends.Her remains will repose at the Oratory, Ballyduff Park on Sunday, Feb 18th, from 11am until 9pm. Funeral leaving from there on Monday, Feb 19th, at 9.30am for requiem Mass at 10am in St. Patrick’s Church, Murlog, with interment afterwards in the adjoining churchyard. Conal O’DONNELLThe death has occurred of Conal O’Donnell, Conlin Road, Killybegs, Co. Donegal.Remains reposing at his sister Margaret Murphy’s residence, Castlecommon from 6.30pm today, Sunday. Removal from there on Tuesday at 12.40pm to St.Mary’s Church, Killybegs for requiem mass at 1pm. Burial afterwards in the local cemetery. Family time from 11pm to 10am both nights.Sean DIVERThe death has occurred of Sean Diver, Meentullynagarn, Killybegs, Co. Donegal.Remains arriving at St. Mary’s Church, Killybegs on Monday for 7pm. Funeral mass on Tuesday at 11am, with burial afterwards in the local cemetery. House private please.Kathleen CONAGHANThe death has occurred in Falcarragh Community Hospital of Kathleen Conaghan, Meenlaragh, Gortahork. Survived by her two sisters Mary and Rose her two brothers, Peadar and Fr Michael (Canada), sister in law Mary, nieces and nephews.Her remains are reposing at her brother Peadar Conaghan home in Meenlaragh. Removal from there on Monday the 19th February to Christ the King church, Gortahork for 7.00pm. Funeral Mass on Tuesday the 20th February at 11.00am with burial afterwards in the adjacent cemetery. Rosary at 9.00 pm Sunday evening.Lorraine ANDERSONThe death has occurred of Lorraine Anderson, 45 The Beeches, Ballybofey, Donegal, peacefully at the Donegal Hospice in the loving care of the staff, and surrounded by her family. Much loved daughter of Bridie and the late Eamon, devoted mother of Cliona, and dearly loved only sister of Martin, Zach, Keith, Eugene, Ian, and Eamon. Deeply regretted and sadly missed by her mother, daughter, brothers, sisters in law, nieces, nephews, extended family, neighbours and friends. Her remains will repose at her home from 5pm on Sunday Feb 18th. Funeral leaving her home on Tuesday Feb 20th at 10.30am for 11 am Requiem Mass in the Church of Mary Immaculate, Stranorlar, with interment afterwards in Drumboe cemetery. Donations in lieu of flowers,if so desired,to the Donegal Hospice, care of any family member.Family time from 11 pm until 10am and on the morning of the funeral.Donegal Death Notices – Rest in Peace was last modified: February 19th, 2018 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:obituaries