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Michaela McAreavey (Wake & Funeral)
Jan. 13, 2011
The Tyrone County Board have outlined some information to you regarding the wake and funeral arrangements for the late Michaela McAreavey (neé Harte).
Michaela's remains will be repatriated to her family's home at Glencull Road, Ballygawley tomorrow evening (Friday). All day tomorrow (Friday) the house will remain totally private.
A wake for Michaela will take place on Saturday and on Sunday at her family's home. On Monday the funeral Mass will take place in the neighbouring Ballymacilroy Church at 12.00 noon (this time is subject to confirmation). The family home will be strictly private on Monday, also.
It would be helpful and convenient if those wishing to visit the family home on Saturday or Sunday would travel to Kelly's Inn (on the main Ballygawley/Omagh Road) where they would be met by Club or County Officials, provided with a cup of tea/coffee & biscuits, and then would be transported to and from the family home.
For persons attending the funeral on Monday we can confirm that the main Ballygawley/Omagh Road will be closed to all traffic, apart from that travelling to the funeral, from 9.00 am.
GAA stewards will be taking responsibilty for the management and parking of all cars and vehicles on this closed stretch of road, and a shuttle service will be provided for mourners to the Church at Ballymacilroy.
The families of Michaela and her husband John have requested that, if desired, donations in lieu of flowers may be made to either the 'Cormac Trust' or the 'Spirit of 'Paul McGirr' .
It would be hoped that the wishes and requests of the families can be fully complied with by all sympathisers and mourners.
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