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Announcements - May 18, 2018

Obituaries

GAUCI. On May 18, at his residence, GUIDO, passed away peacefully comforted by the rites of Holy Church. He leaves to mourn his loss his wife Sylvia, his daughter Liliana and Paul, His son Joseph and his wife Svetlana, his treasured grandchildren Alexia and Nicholas, his sisters Tessie, Gemma and his brother Meme’, his in-laws Mary, Josephine and Kathleen and his many nephews and nieces, other relatives and friends. A funeral service will be held tomorrow, Saturday, May 19 at St Francis of Assisi parish church, Qawra, where Mass præsente cadavere will be said at 8.30am, followed by interment at the Sacred Heart (Qalb ta’ Ġesù) Cemetery, Żebbuġ. No flowers by request but donations to Id-Dar tal-Providenza, Siġġiewi, would be greatly appreciated. Lord, grant him eternal rest.

GHIRLANDO. On May 17, at St James Hospital, Sliema, VITTORIA, née Giorgi, widow of Henry, aged 101. She leaves to mourn her loss her children Stephanie, widow of Josie Pace, Robert, widower of Maria, Margaret (Tita) Bonnici and her son-in-law Ray; her grandchildren Ingrid, Stephen, Lizzy, Ian, Lara, Mark, Alexia and Jonathan, Krissy and Andrea, James and Vicky, Louise and Adrian; her great-grandchildren Sophie, Maria, Kate, Zack, Rebecca, Sebastian, Ella, Sebastián, Nicolas and Lucas, nephews and nieces, other relatives and friends. Mass præsente cadavere will be celebrated tomorrow, Saturday, May 19 at 10.30am at Stella Maris parish church, Sliema, followed by interment at Santa Maria Addolorata Cemetery. Lord, grant her eternal rest.

GRECH ATTARD. On May 17, at Mater Dei Hospital, Dr JOSEPH GRECH ATTARD of Mellieħa, aged 72, passed away peacefully comforted by the rites of Holy Church. He leaves to mourn his loss his sisters, Maria and her husband Paul Vella, Taziana, Helen and her husband Albert Mamo, Anna and her husband George Camilleri, Amata and her husband Simon Camilleri, and Frank Ellul, widower of his sister Veronica, his nephews and nieces, Robert, Jevon, Vanessa, Mark, Sean, Christian, Lucienne, John, Danjela, William, and their respective spouses, his great nephews and nieces, other relatives and numerous friends. The funeral cortége leaves Mater Dei Hospital today, Friday, May 18 at 2.30pm for Mellieħa parish church where Mass præsente cadavere will be celebrated at 3.30pm, followed by interment at Mellieħa cemetery. Lord, grant him eternal rest. Heartfelt thanks go to his friend Louise, together with the Mater Dei Hospital staff at Urology Ward 2, Renal Unit, and Sir Anthony Mamo Oncology Centre, for their dedication and care during his illness. No flowers by request but donations to Assoċjazzjoni Voluntarji Lourdes, c/o 316, Townsquare Apts., Triq Qui-si-Sana, Sliema SLM3112.

In Memoriam

AZZOPARDI – JOE. We have lost you too soon 14 years ago. We miss and think about you every day. A prayer is solicited. Anna and Luca Iosif.

BRIFFA. In loving memory of FRANK, today the 36th anni­versary of his death. Forever remembered by his wife Lina, children and grandchildren.

SATARIANO – MARY. Loving memories of a dear mother especially today the 20th anniversary of her passing away. Forever in our thoughts and prayers. Lord, grant her eternal rest. Anna and Colin.

SATARIANO – MARY. Cherished memories of our dear grandmother today the 20th anniversary of her passing away. Always remembered with love Chris and Natasha.

SULTANA – RAY. In everlasting memory of a dear husband, father and grandfather,
today being the first anniversary of his demise. Sadly missed and forever loved by his wise Louise, his children Jean-Paul and wife Veronique, Ariane-Louise, Christophe-Matthias and his girlfriend Joanna and his granddaughter Beatrice.

ZARB ADAMI – GODFREY. In loving memory, today the 34th anniversary of his demise. Forever in our thoughts and prayers, his children Geoffrey, Mercedes, Maurice and Joseph and their spouses, Adriana, widow of his son Noel, and his grandchildren.

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