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Mar 15, 2019
Deaths in Donegal -Friday morning, March 15, 2019 - Donegal Democrat
- Mary Twomey, Towney, Kilcar
- Mark Gallagher, 87 Blue Cedars, Ballybofey
- Pat and Margaret Doherty, 3 Riverview Terrace, Milltown, Convoy
- Eileen Sheils, Umlagh, Carrigart
- Eileen Coll, Main Street, Carrigart and Cotteen, Derrybeg
- Robert (Bob) Hargan, Bray, Wicklow and Burnfoot
- Alice O'Connor, née Diver, formerly of Donegal town and Phibsboro
- Owen O'Neill, St Joseph's Avenue, Donegal Town and formerly of Mountcharles
- Una Coyle, née Griffin, Drumnahoe, Letterkenny
- Pasqueline Blake, née Keeney, Stoney Arch, New Line Road, Letterkenny
- Maeve Shovlin, Brenter, Dunkineely
Loretta McGlinchey, Golard, Donegal town
The death has taken place of Loretta McGlinchey, Golard, Donegal town.
Remains reposing at McGloin's Funeral Home, Cliffoney on Friday from 2pm until 6pm, with removal to St Brigid's Church, Ballintra, to arrive for 7pm. Funeral Mass on Saturday at 11am, with burial immediately afterwards in the adjoining graveyard. Family flowers only please, donations in lieu if so desired to the Solas Cancer Support Group, Donegal town. House private please.
Patrick Campbell, Dublin and formerly of Lower Keadue
The death has occurred at the Mater Hospital of Patrick Campbell, Dublin and formerly of Lower Keadue.
His remains will be reposing in McGlynns funeral homeon Friday at 6pm and rosary at 9pm.
Viewing on Saturday from 3pm with Removal at 5pm going to St Mary's Church Kincasslagh for 5.30pm where he will ... May 7, 2017
Kids honor fallen Delaware trooper with cards, flowers
Jason Minto/The News JournalCLOSETHE DEATH OF CPL. STEPHEN J. BALLARDRaw Video: Police vehicle procession travels up I-95 1:17A convoy of police vehicles left the Christiana Mall Friday and travelled up I-95 to attend the funeral of a state trooper killed in the line of duty last week. 5/5/17
Damian Giletto/The News JournalCLOSETHE DEATH OF CPL. STEPHEN J. BALLARDSummit Aviation honors fallen Delaware Trooper 0:25Summit Aviation houses the aviation unit of the Delaware State Police. Thursday they held a memorial service for Clp. Stephen Ballard to honor his service.
(The News Journal)Jan 26, 2017
Gardening: Cherry-plums offer the best of both parents
Dura’, ‘Manor’ and ‘New Oka’. Other cultivars are ‘Convoy’, ‘Green Elf”, ‘Opata ‘, ‘Sapa’ and ‘Sapalta’.
Plant one- or two-year old plants in spring, 1 to 1.2 metres apart in weed-free, well-drained soil in full sun with wind protection. Set them slightly deeper (2-5 cm) than when in the pot. Firm the soil around the roots and water generously. Ideally, the soil should be a deep, fertile loam with a high organic matter content. Avoid low-lying areas that are “frost pockets” or sites with standing water. Mulch generously with weed-free straw or post peelings to conserve moisture and control weeds.
Most soils in the brown and black soil zones have adequate nutrients. It is better to under-fertilize than over-fertilize. Especially avoid excessive nitrogen that promotes lush foliage, delays the formation of flower buds, and may also delay hardening off in fall, leading to winter damage.
These plants are generally shrub-like and bushy, varying in height from 1.5 to 3 metres. Usually no pruning is needed until the plants are four or five years old at which time they should be thinned. Declining older branches should be removed to encourage more productive younger ones.
Sara is the author of numerous gardening books, among them the revised Creating the Prairie Xeriscape. And with Hugh Skinner: Gardening Naturally; Trees and Shrubs for the Prairies, and Groundcovers & Vines for the Prairies. Expect Fruit for Northern Gardens with Bob Bors in November, 2017.
This column is provided courtesy of the Saskatchewan Perennial Society (www.saskperennial.ca; firstname.lastname@example.org; http://www.facebook.com/saskperennial). Check out our Bulletin Board or Calendar for upcoming garden information sessions, workshops, tours and other events: January 25, 7:30 – Keeping your Trees & Shrubs Healthy and Vigorous; Emmanuel Anglican Church.
(Saskatoon StarPhoenix)Dec 22, 2016
Awful Day Lives in Alumnus' Memory
He spent much of the war in the North Atlantic and the Mediterranean, serving on Coast Guard vessels that escorted military convoys. They came under fire. He eventually made it home.
It is never lost on him that everything good that happened in his long life might be gone if he had not been on watch in the tower.
Cisternino attended the old Blodgett Vocational High School, in Syracuse. He met Julia “Judy” Jordan, a student at nearby St. Lucy’s High, at a high school party. They hit it off. They began dating. In 1943, they were married. Cisternino wore his Coast Guard uniform for the ceremony.
After the war, he enrolled in Syracuse University. The young couple rented an attic flat and began raising their children.
“Nobody (else) in my family went to college,” he says. He was part of the surge of veterans who arrived on campus in the late 1940s. His name is on the wall right now at Bird Library, where the University Archives has an exhibit called “Our Doors Opened Wide,” recalling the years following the war.
To provide more space, the University erected many Quonset huts. The most striking was a vast dining hall at Comstock and West Colvin avenues. A contest was held on campus, to name the building. The exhibit mentions the winner: Cisternino.
He called the structure “The Quonsoteria.”
In those years, he and Judy did their best with little money. Cisternino made it through his undergraduate classes on the GI Bill, tending bar and doing odd jobs to help feed his family. Then he went straight on to earn a law degree.
He figured, correctly, the degree was an investmen...Nov 9, 2016
Donegal death notices, Wednesday morning, November 9th
Family flowers only.
Donations, if desired, to St Joseph's Hospital Comfort Fund care of any family member or Gibson Funeral Directors, Convoy.
Rose Connolly, Ardara,
The death has taken place at Letterkenny University Hospital of Rose Connolly, Beagh, Ardara.
Removal from Shovlin's Funeral Home, Sandfield to The Church of the Holy Family, Ardara at 6.30pm today arriving at 7pm.
Funeral Mass on Friday morning at 11am with burial afterwards in the adjoining cemetery.
Family flowers only.
Donations, if desired, to Killybegs Community Hospital c/o Seamus Shovlin and Sons Funeral Directors.
Mark McGuire, Castlefin
The sudden death has occurred of Mark McGuire, Ballybun, Castlefin.
Much loved son of Pat and Mary and cherished brother of Stephen, Paul, Martin, Sean, Marie,Teresa and the late Patrick.
Sadly missed by his father, mother, brothers, sisters, uncles, aunts, extended family and friends.
Removal from Mc Cool's Chapel of Rest, Ballybofey, Wednesday at 7pm to arrive at his home in Ballybun, at 7.45pm.
Funeral leaving his home on Friday, Nov 11th, at 10.15am for requiem Mass in St. Mary's Church at 11am, followed by interment in the adjacent cemetery.
Donations in lieu of flowers, if so desired, please to the Oncology Ward, Letterkenny University Hospital, care of any family member.
Family time from 11pm to 10am and on the morning of the funeral.
Danny McDevitt, Clontallagh, Downi... (Donegal Democrat)Sep 7, 2016
Kevin Flowers: Requiem for a soldier
City native with family in Erie, was at Vernondale to surprise his then 7-year-old cousin, Hannah Thayer, during a two-week leave from his patrol and convoy unit, stationed just north of Baghdad at that time.
Hannah was a first-grader who knew only that a "special visitor" was coming to class that day. Intern photographer Vivian Johnson and I were there to chronicle it.
When Hannah first spotted Robinson — dressed in brown boots and camouflage fatigues — entering her classroom, she leapt from her second-row desk and gave him a massive bear hug.
That child was beaming. I'll never forget it.
Hannah returned to her seat, briefly, then raced over to Robinson for another hug.
"I was really, really, really surprised," Hannah told me that day. "It's so cool that he's here."
No doubt, Hannah. Very cool.
On Wednesday I received an email from Janice Thayer, Hannah's mother and Robinson's aunt, regarding his death. Thayer also pointed me to Robinson's obituary in the Butler Eagle, which mentioned his personal struggles since Iraq.
Robinson suffered hearing loss from a roadside bomb. In recent years he wrestled with the horrifying grip of drug addiction and post-traumatic stress disorder.
On Aug. 14, Robinson died from an accidental drug overdose.
Robinson, according to his obituary, owned his troubles and hoped that such pain would eventually be better understood by others.
"Justin admired the honesty of families who bravely named the enemy publicly and would have wanted his long, hard struggle acknowledged... (GoErie.com)