Catherine Downs Death, Obituary – Up until the day that she passed away on December 15, 2022, Catherine Downs had been a resident at the Brookmount Nursing Home, which was also the location where she had been residing. She had been a resident there right up until the day that she passed away. The day in question was the one on which she passed away. She was the devoted wife of the late Joseph (Joe), the much-loved mother of Margaret and Desmond, the dear mother-in-law of Clive and the late Beth, the doting grandmother of Jonathan, Lynsey, and Wayne, as well as the doting great-granny of Emma, Lucy, Oli, Robbie, and Reece, as well as the late Lucy. She passed away on November 19, 2018. 2010 was the year she passed away.

In addition, she was a devoted great-grandmother to Emma, Lucy, Oli, Robbie, and Lucy, all of whom have since passed away. Lucy was a member of her extended family of grandchildren. It was on November 19th of this year, 2018, which is the year that is currently being discussed. Her passing occurred exactly one year ago today, on November 19, 2017, which is the same date as today, November 19, 2018. Because Joseph (Joe), her devoted husband and constant partner in life, had already passed away before she did, the only person she could marry after she had already done so was Joseph.

He left this world before anyone else, making him the very first person to ever do so. He has since been replaced by another. Only those people who are currently or will someday be her descendants will ever remember her. No one else will ever know who she was.
The funeral services will be held at the Dunluce Presbyterian Church on Monday at two o’clock in the afternoon, as was previously indicated. The deceased will be laid to rest in the church’s cemetery. Following the conclusion of the funeral services, the burial will take place at the cemetery that is immediately adjacent to the church that is acting as the location for the funeral services.

This is going to happen as soon as the services have been completed in the shortest amount of time possible. Personal Residence. At this time, flower deliveries should only be performed by people who are closely related to the recipient in some way, whether via blood or through marriage. The family requests that in lieu of sending flowers, you consider making a gift to Dementia Northern Ireland in the name of Mrs. Mona Murdock.