Funeral arrangements announced for victim of north Longford road collision

Late Mattie Gray will be laid to rest in Aughnacliffe on Saturday

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Funeral arrangements announced for victim of north Longford road collision

Late Mattie Gray will be laid to rest in Aughnacliffe on Saturday.

Funeral arrangements have been announced for the victim of the St Stephen's Day north Longford collision, 62-year-old Mattie Gray, from Cleenrath, Aughnacliffe.

Mr Gray, who died suddenly, following an accident on Wednesday, December 26, will lie in repose at his residence in Cleenrath, Aughnacliffe this Friday evening, December 28 from 6pm until 10pm. 

Funeral mass takes place on Saturday, December 29 at 11am in St Colmcille's Church, Aughnacliffe with burial afterwards in adjoining cemetery. House private on Saturday morning please and family flowers only.

A one way traffic system in operation from the village of Aughnacliffe on Friday evening.

Sympathy is extended to Mr Gray's family - daughters Caroline, Alicia, Samanta and Susan, son Patrick, wife Eileen, grandchildren Jamie, Casey, Richie and Jay, brothers Christy (Aughnacliffe), Seamus (Longford) and Jack (London), sister Bridgie Cahill (Ballinalee), son in law Richard, brother in law, sister in laws, extended family and a wide circle of friends.

May he Rest In Peace. 

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