Rose McLaughlin Death, Obituary – Rose McLaughlin has passed away untimely and unexpectedly leaving friends, loved ones, family, and the entire community heartbroken and in grievance, according to a social media sharing. Early on in the day’s festivities, Rose McLaughlin, who was once known as Gordon, died away at the Donegal Hospice. Her previous name was Gordon. She saw the town of Figart, which is situated on the Isle of Doagh in close proximity to Clonmany, as her permanent place of abode. F93 R61V.
She is a loved and dedicated mother to her children John, Liz, and Donna, as well as a respected and loyal wife to Daniel, who she has been married to for many years. Her three wonderful kids, John, Liz, and Donna, are extraordinarily fortunate to have her as their mother. Daniel was taken away from us without our will. During this trying time, her Sons-in-Law, Daughters-in-Law, Grandchildren, Brothers, Sisters, and extended Family want you to know that they are sending their deepest condolences and that they are thinking about you.
I pray that, at long last, she may be granted the tranquility and repose that she has deserved for all of eternity and may she rest in peace. Her mortal remains will be moved today, Sunday the 18th of December, at three o’clock in the afternoon from the Eternal Life Chapel of Rest that is situated on the Mountaintop in Letterkenny to the location where she most recently resided. This relocation will take place today, Sunday the 18th of December. This will take place today, on the 18th of December, which is a Sunday. Today, the 18th of December is the day when this relocation is set to take place.
Letterkenny has been chosen to serve as the new location for the operation, thus the relocation will take place there. Funeral services will begin there on Tuesday morning at 10:20 AM, and will then proceed to St. Mary’s Church in Clonmany for a Requiem Mass at 11 AM. The funeral services will be held on Tuesday. Tuesday is the day that has been set aside for the memorial services to take place. The burial took place at the cemetery that was directly adjacent to the church where the funeral was conducted as soon as the funeral ceremony came to a close. The church was the location where the funeral was held. The funeral was held at the church as it had been the primary place of worship for the deceased.