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Philip Crawford Obituary, Philip Crawford Has Sadly Passed Away

Philip Crawford Obituary, Death  – At the time of his passing on January 26, 2024, Philip Gerald (Gerry) CRAWFORD, who had reached the age of 69 at the time of his passing, went away in a peaceful and pleasant manner in the hospital. She lived on Killygoney Terrace, which is situated in Ballynahinch. Her place of home was situated there. In addition to being a devoted husband to Jean, he is also a devoted father to Philip, Amanda, and David, and a devoted father-in-law to Leeanne and Judith.

In addition to that, he is a dedicated father-in-law to their children. In addition to being a grandfather to all of his grandchildren, Ryan, Rebecca, Erin, Alisha, Kristian, Chloe, Brooke, and Peyton, he is also devoted to all of his grandchildren overall. There are a lot of people who consider themselves privileged to have you as their brother. These individuals include Phyllis, Dorris, Hugh, Roy, Thomas, Martin, and William, all of whom now have passed away.

On Tuesday, January 30th, at 1.30 p.m., a memorial service will be conducted at Magheradroll Parish Church to honor the life of Gerry and pay respect to his legacy. The event will be held over the course of the day. Immediately following the conclusion of the ceremony, the burial will take place at the Lough Inch Cemetery at the designated time.

When sending flowers, please make sure they come solely from members of your family. Donations can be made in lieu of flowers by visiting the website of Douglas Funeral Directors at or by mailing a check to the following address: 20 Dromore Road, Ballynahinch, BT24 8HP. Both of these options are available. Air Ambulance Northern Ireland should be the recipient of the check that makes the payment.
His wife, children, grandchildren, and the rest of his family circle will miss him terribly, and they will think about him with fondness for the rest of their lives. He will be remembered with affection.

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