Memorial

Every life deserves a legacy. Please take a moment of reflection for those who have died during the COVID–19 pandemic in Northern Ireland.

You can submit a tribute of a loved one or view the entries below.

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Cecil Alexander Bradley


Cecil Alexander Bradley


1930 - 2020

What a wonderful beautiful kind and loving daddy you were. Daddy you are the light that shines in our hearts forever. A true gentleman who lost his life to COVID 19. Always remembered forever loved. ❤️

Gladys Louise McConnaghie


Gladys Louise McConnaghie


1951 - 2020

Our mum was taken far to soon after losing her battle with cancer, she had her funeral arranged and hymns picked but unfortunately due to Covid she didn’t get the send off she had arranged and deserved. She would be delighted to be part of this memorial.

Christine Millar


Christine Millar


1963 - 2020

Affectionately known to her family as Twiggy. Deeply missed every day by her 5 children, 11 grandchildren, her father, 2 sisters, brother and wider family circle. Although we lost you too soon - We thank GOD for every remembrance of YOU, Phil. 1:3

William Cyril Vennard


William Cyril Vennard


1950 - 2020

Cyril was admitted to Daisy Hill Hospital and a few days later the family were told he had terminal cancer. Cyril passed away on 4 November 2020. We remember a great family man and sportsman - Esther, Elizabeth, Paula and the Vennard/Fry family circles.

Susan McPeak


Susan McPeak


1938 - 2020

A loving Mother and grandmother. She is still loved and missed everyday. She is together now with the love of her life. Her Jim x

David Andrews


David Andrews


1952 - 2020

A beloved husband, Father and Grandfather who died age 67. David died in Antrim Hospital after 4 weeks of being admitted to hospital. Loved and missed everyday by all his entire family and friends. The Lord is my Shepherd; Psalm 23

Mary Power


Mary Power


1942 - 2020

My mum passed away on the 1st of December and there is not a day goes by I don’t miss her. Mummy I hope you are at peace and watching over us all. I love you more than words can say and I will miss you until the day we are reconnected. Ciaran

William Watson


William Watson


1935 - 2020

This is to pay tribute to Dad, William (Bill) Lewis Watson, who passed away in Lagan Valley Hospital on 18 March 2020, aged 84. A much-loved husband of my mum Catherine and a dear father to my brother Kevin and myself, and a very special granda.

Margaret Spence


Margaret Spence


1933 - 2020

We all love you and miss you Mum. She was a loving mother, grandmother, great grandmother who was loved and respected by our community. As our mum was born in Liverpool we would like to say, “Mum you will never walk alone” From the Spence family circle.

Robert James Larkin


Robert James Larkin


1936 - 2020

A devoted husband, dad and grandad who died with no family to comfort him. Dads death is still very raw and emotional for us especially the funeral arrangements which were cruel and in humane. He will live on in our hearts forever. Sleep tight. Xx

William (Billy) Phillips


William (Billy) Phillips


1931 - 2021

Beloved husband of the late Sylvia, much loved and devoted father of Barbara and fiance Mark. God saw you getting tired, when a cure was not to be, so he wrapped his arms around you and whispered come to me.

Gerald (Gerry) Martin McLarnon


Gerald (Gerry) Martin McLarnon


1953 - 2020

Daddy was a man of simple pleasures. Music was his passion. He shared his talent & brought joy to many. To the world, he was an ordinary man, to us he was our world. Covid took Daddy from us at Christmas. Sleep well Daddy. We’ll see you soon x

Ivy Noreen Hanley


Ivy Noreen Hanley


1929 - 2020

Mum started to fail quickly during the pandemic. She remained at home without medical intervention to be with her loved ones. She lived life to the full with grace, love and laughter. She was ready to meet her Lord. Missing you Mum x

Anne Neill


Anne Neill


1953 - 2021

Mum was our world. An amazing wife, mum, nana and daughter. She was our best friend, our rock, our shopping partner and our hero. Mum greeted everyone with a smile and loved to chat. She will be forever missed. Mum lived for those she loved.

Mary Catherine Caraher


Mary Catherine Caraher


1932 - 2021

Mary, a mother, grandmother, great grandmother, sister and dear friend was such a gentle lady. She was a great matriarch as well as teacher, school principal and promoter of Irish language. Her loss is felt strongly by us all. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a hanam.

JEAN MARTIN


JEAN MARTIN


1941 - 2020

Much loved Mum & Grannie. We weren't there to hold your hand or say our final goodbyes. We hope you left this world knowing you were loved and sorely mist. Forever in our hearts xx