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In Memory of Martha Lynn

Martha was the daughter of the late Patrick and Mary Lynn, originally from Ballygawley, Co.Tyrone who moved to the new town of Craigavon and lived in Ardowen, attending mass in St. Martin’s and St Anthony’s.

Sister of Bernadette, Ita, Jim, John, Colum, Anne, Noreen, Peter and the late Liam and Carmel. A much-loved sister-in-law and auntie to whom we extend our deepest sympathy today.

Martha was devoted to her family and her Catholic faith in equal measure. She had great devotion to St. Faustina and the Divine Mercy movement. We remember a lovely person, a lady who was a treasure to you all. Letting go of her today is not going to be easy for Martha was a great lover of family, people, and life itself. Today then we bid farewell to Martha. Despite your sense of loss, you will face the future with courage and hope, knowing that that is what she would want you to do. We comfort one another in the sure confidence that for Martha life has changed, not ended. We also derive comfort from the conviction that she is at peace with God after all her illness which she bore with great courage.

But if we are sad today, there is also much to be thankful for. We are grateful for the 60 years of life she did have, grateful for all the joy she brought into your lives. For you her loving family there’s the comfort of knowing that you were able to show her throughout her life how much you all loved her and appreciated her. 

You knew that time was precious in recent times. All that you could have done for her, you did. There are no regrets. 

It is only to God we can turn at this time to try to find some meaning, some consolation; some hope in the situation we find ourselves in. Prayer will bring us through this time. 

All of us gathered here today we just want to say how sorry we are for your great loss – to Martha’s family and extended family you are all in our prayers - May her gentle soul rest in peace.  

As we gather to pray here today, we want to assure you, of the love and prayers of all of us here.

I know that Martha would want me to say thank you to all who have minded her and cared for her through to her leaving us on Monday. Amen




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