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Announcements - August 27, 2018

Obituaries

ABELA. On August 24, GUŻI, aged 71. He leaves to mourn his loss his beloved wife Mary Jane, his children John, Simone and Mario and their spouses Pauline, Tony and Angela, his grandchildren Nathon, Sarah, Lianne and her husband Stephen, Lara and Ben, his brothers and sisters, other relatives and friends. 
The funeral leaves Gozo General Hospital today, Monday, August 27, at 4.30pm for Leone Band Club, Victoria. The cortege will then proceed to the Gozo Cathedral where Mass præsente cadavere will be said at 5.30pm followed by interment at St Mary’s Cemetery. Lord, grant him eternal rest.

CASAPINTA. On August 27, at Mater Dei Hospital, CARMELINA (Neni), aged 92, passed away peacefully comforted by the rites of Holy Church. She leaves to mourn her loss her sister, Sr Rose, FMM, her nephews and niece, Lino Casapinta and his wife Frances, Marisa Camilleri and her husband Anton, Joseph Casapinta and his wife Maria and Tanya, widow of Tonio Casapinta, the community of the Franciscan Missionaries of Mary and the Franciscan Conventual Friars of Valletta, relatives and friends. The funeral leaves Mater Dei Hospital on Wednesday, August 29, at 1.30pm, for St Francis church, Republic Street, Valletta, where Mass præsente cadavere will be said at 2pm, followed by interment at Santa Maria Addolorata Cemetery. Lord, grant her eternal rest.

SCIBERRAS. On August 26, at Mater Dei Hospital, GEORGE, better known as Ta’ Kelment, aged 66, passed away peacefully comforted by the rites of Holy Church. He leaves to mourn his loss his wife Monica, his children Anabel and her husband Antoine, and Alexia and her husband Ndubisi, his grandchildren Andre, Destiny, Isaiah and Melody, his brothers and sisters, among whom Grace, in-laws and their families, other relatives and friends. The funeral cortege leaves Mater Dei Hospital tomorrow, August 28, at 9.30am for St Helen’s Basilica where Mass praesente cadavere will be said at 10am followed by interment in the family grave at the Mosta cemetery. Donations to Puttinu Cares would be appreciated. Lord, grant him eternal rest.

VELLA. On August 24, CHARLES, of Naxxar and residing in St Julian’s, aged 88, former Ambassador for Malta, passed away peacefully in his sleep comforted by the rites of Holy Church. He leaves to mourn his loss his much beloved wife Loida, née Sarmiento, his only son Kenneth, his sister Evelyn, his sister-in-law Lily, widow of his brother John, his nephews and nieces, his other relatives and in-laws spread out on three continents. The funeral leaves Mater Dei Hospital at 8.15am tomorrow, August 28, for Our Lady of Victories church, Naxxar, where Mass praesente cadavere will be said at 8.45am followed by interment at the Naxxar cemetery. No flowers by request but donations to the Poor Clares, of St Julian’s, will be appreciated. Lord, grant him eternal rest.

In Memoriam

AQUILINA – CHARLES. Sweet memories of you, dear dad. Remembering you always but especially today, the anniversary of the day God called you Home. John and Marianne, Noel, David and Kate. Your grandchildren Tara and Rob, Ben and Emma, Georgina, Timmy and Alex.

ATTARD – MAUREEN, née Brown. In loving memory of our dearest mother on the 12th anniversary of her death. Always missed and remembered with love by her children John, Paul and Simone and their families. Lord, grant her eternal rest.

CAMILLERI – JANET, née Debattista. Sweet thoughts of you especially today on your birthday. Dear, we miss you so much more than one can ever imagine. Auntie Marouska and family.

HOLLAND – Dr PATRICK HOLLAND. Treasured memories of a most beloved husband and father on the 32nd anniversary of his demise. Never forgotten by his wife Rose Mary, daughter Helina, his brother, in-laws, nephews and nieces. Lord, grant him eternal rest.

NAUDI. In loving memory of my dear brother EDWIN on his anniversary. Always in our hearts and prayers. His sister Tania, Peter, Paul Portelli, and family.

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