William Chestnutt Death, Obituary – William Chestnutt was a resident of 16 Rosemary Place in Coleraine at the time of his passing on December 23, 2022. He passed away (calmly) in his home in Coleraine. He had been a resident of that location for a considerable amount of time and had lived there for a number of years. Since Gillian has moved on with her life, William is no longer a part of her world. William was Gillian’s much-loved spouse, but now that Gillian has moved on with her life, William is no longer a part of her world. In addition to being a loving grandpa to all of his grandkids.
He was well-known for being the parent of Claire, Lee, Emma, and Emma’s boyfriend William. All of his grandchildren were named after him. Each and every one of his grandkids held a deep reverence and adoration for their grandfather. There is a gaping hole in the lives of William’s children as well as in the lives of William’s grandkids as a direct result of Gillian’s passing away. In addition to this, William was held in high regard by all of his numerous grandkids over the course of his long life. He was blessed with a sizable family of grandchildren.
Funeral services will be place at his house on December 27, 2022 at 2:00 p.m., the day after he passed away.
The burial will take place in Coleraine Cemetery immediately following the conclusion of the proceedings. There has not been a final decision made on the time of day when these occurrences will take place. The time of day during which these incidents will take place has not yet been settled upon in a definitive manner as of yet. The time of day during which these occurrences will take place has not yet been decided upon in a manner that can be categorically referred to as settled.
Flowers should only be sent from members of the immediate family, and donations can be sent to the Church of Christ in Coleraine or the Marie Cure Nurses of Northern Ireland in care of Mrs. Mona Murdock, who can be found at 31 Bushmills Road in Coleraine. We kindly ask that flowers not be sent from people who are not related to the family. In lieu of sending flowers, donations can be made to the Church of Christ in Coleraine or the Marie Cure Nurses of Northern Ireland. Both organizations are doing important work in the local community. These two organizations offer assistance to people who are struggling to make ends meet.