Donegal Death Notices – Rest in Peace

first_imgDonegal death notices for today, Wednesday, August 30.Peggy (Peggy Briney Hen) RODGERSThe death has occurred in Dungloe District Hospital in her 100th year of Peggy Rodgers (Peggy Briney Hen), Meenacrieve, Annagry. Reposing in McGlynn’s Funeral Home since yesterday, Tuesday, August 29th, and again from 3pm today, August 30th. Removal from Mc Glynn’s Funeral Home at 6.30pm on Wednesday evening, to the Star of the Sea Church, Annagry for 7pm. Funeral Mass on Thursday morning, August 31st, at 11am with burial afterwards in the adjoining cemetery.Jim PRICEThe death has occurred of Jim Price, 10 Binnion Avenue, Circular Road, Letterkenny.Reposing at his late residence since yesterday. Removal on Thursday, August 31st, at 12.15pm to St. Eunan’s Cathedral for 1pm Funeral Mass followed by burial in New Leck Cemetery. Family time from 11pm to 11am and on the morning of the Funeral. Family flowers only. Donations in lieu, if desired, to the Donegal Hospice. Annie TRAVERS (née Gallagher)The death has occurred of Annie Travers (née Gallagher), Greagh Barr, Laghey, Donegal, at Aras Mhic Shuibhne Nursing Home.Reposing at the home from 6pm this evening with removal at 7pm to arrive at St. Bridget’s Church, Ballintra at 7.30pm. Mass tomorrow, Thursday, at 11am followed by burial in the adjoining cemetery. Family flowers only. Donations in lieu, if desired, to Aras Mhic Shuibhne Patients Comfort Fund.Breedge MONTGOMERYThe death has occurred of Breedge Montgomery, Tirlaughan, Carrigart, Donegal.Reposing at her late residence. Removal tomorrow, Thursday, August 31st, to the Church of St John the Baptist for Requiem Mass at 1pm followed by burial in the adjoining cemetery. House strictly private please, except to neighbours and friends.Nuala MOLLOYThe death has occurred of Nuala Molloy, Main Street, Killybegs, Co. Donegal. Remains reposing at the residence of her niece Patricia Flaherty from 4pm today, Wednesday, with removal tomorrow Thursday at 6 30pm to St.Mary’s Church Killybegs for 7 pm.Funeral Mass on Friday at 11am with burial afterwards in the local cemetery. Family time for 11pm to 11am please.Peter BOYLEThe death has occurred of Peter Boyle, Arduns, Gweedore, Donegal. Reposing at the family home from 1pm this Wednesday afternoon, August 30th. Funeral Mass in St. Mary’s Church, Derrybeg on Friday morning, September 1st, at 11am followed by burial in Magheragallen Cemetery. Family flowers only please. Donations in lieu to the Gweedore Day Centre. Rosary both nights at 9pm. House private from 10pm to 10am.Ned COYLEThe death has occurred of Ned Coyle, Rapplagh, Downings, Donegal, in Glasgow.Reposing at his brother Michael’s residence in Rapplagh from 4pm this evening. Removal on Thursday to the Church of St. John the Baptist, Carrigart for Requiem Mass at 11am with burial afterwards in Meevagh Cemetery. Family time from 11pm until 11am.Mary MCCONALOGUEThe death has occurred of Mary McConalogue, Cashel, Gleneely, Donegal. Removal from her residence took place this morning at 10.15am for 11am Requiem Mass in St. Mary’s Church, Bocan, Culdaff. Burial afterwards in the adjoining cemetery.Bridie BRENNANThe death has occurred of Bridie Brennan, Sandymills, Ballindrait, Lifford, Donegal.Removal from her late residence took place yesterday morning to St Patrick’s Church, Murlog for 11am Funeral Mass. Burial afterwards in the Old Cemetery.Rosemary NICHOLASThe death has occurred of Rosemary Nicholas, Clunelly, Quigley’s Point, Donegal, formerly of Clonbeg, Buncrana.Rmoval from her late residence in Quigley’s Point took place yesterday morning for 11 am Funeral Mass in St. Mary’s Church, Cockhill. Burial afterwards in the adjoining graveyard. Donations in lieu to the Cancer Bus. House private from 11pm to 11am.Donegal Death Notices – Rest in Peace was last modified: August 30th, 2017 by Staff WriterShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:obituarieslast_img read more

The 5 Takeaways from the Coyotes introduction of

first_img The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Top Stories Time keeps ticking as the Arizona Cardinals continue their search for a new head coach. One of those candidates left sitting and waiting patiently is current Cardinals defensive coordinator Ray Horton. Most coaches and coordinators have hobbies they enjoy during the offseason to help get their mind off the game. Horton’s happens to be different than most — he enjoys flying planes. “For me it’s just relaxation and something I’ve always wanted to do,” Horton said after a recent flying session. “I don’t know if it’s a male thing or not but you know you look up as a kid and you see planes and birds and you think, ‘why can’t man fly?’ “I just had the opportunity last year during the lockout and I did and it was amazing. It’s so much easier than I thought and so much more peaceful.”The defensive coordinator revealed his unique hobby to me after practice one day and mentioned he has his pilot’s license. He joked about being a good pilot. “You’re more than welcome to come along some day,” he said. As the offseason began and Horton’s future in Arizona in limbo, I started to think about his offer because he also said it’s something he does because it’s relaxing for him. What better time to join him on a flight than in the midst of a head coaching search when peace and relaxation could be at a premium?? My thoughts exactly…“With our schedule I try to fly every other Friday just to stay proficient at it. It’s one of those skills you can lose and get rusty at it,” Horton said when asked how he fits flying in with the busy schedule of an NFL coach. “So during the season twice a month and then during the offseason, this is the first offseason since I’ve had my license, so I don’t know.” Horton said he’s enjoyed flying in Phoenix, Flagstaff and even in the Pittsburgh area. He’s flown during the night, logged cross-country hours and continues to improve, but admits there’s still learning to do. Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact “I’ve been probably flying twice a week where I actually go fly somewhere. I’m still a novice at it and learning. Michael Bidwill, the Cardinals owner, is a pilot and he says you’re always learning. It’s not really a license to fly; it’s a license to learn, because you’re always learning something. You should learn something every flight.”That statement from Horton should not be a surprise to anybody who has spent time covering the coordinator during his two years in Arizona. One could have guessed he’s as meticulous and detail-oriented when flying a plane as he is at breaking down offenses in the NFL. Horton sees something he wants and goes after it without hesitation. He finished his ten-year playing career in the NFL in 1992 and has been a coach in the league ever since, including seven successful years with the Pittsburgh Steelers before joining Arizona in 2011. So what was different about flying? Why wait until he was 50 years old to get his pilot’s license?“Because of the time it takes. It would be hard to do that on your five weeks of summer vacation that you get,” he said. “I don’t think I would’ve had the time to devote during the season during the offseason of scouting and playbook and it just happened when the lockout came that everything was locked down for whatever that period was.” – / 4 Horton said it takes 60 hours total between flight and ground school. “I started May 1 and basically got it right before training camp. Basically it was May, June, July; a three-month process to get it which was amazing but I flew twice a day sometimes.”For a coach that doesn’t like to sit still, this coaching search may lead to a few more flying opportunities as it drags on. Horton would argue he uses his flight time as something fun to do and not an activity to relieve a little stress that comes with the unknown of a coaching search.“I’m not stressed,” he said laughing. “Why would I be stressed? I have no worries in my life.”He’s proven to be pretty good at breaking down offenses and now proven to me that he’s pretty good at flying, too. Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires 0 Comments   Share   last_img read more