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Ann Connor


Connor (née Henry) – July 2nd 2024 peacefully at her home, 17 Eastburn Drive, Ballymoney, Ann, dearly loved wife of Norman, much loved mother of Stephanie, Vikki and Angharad, devoted Nana of Brooke, Curtis, Bailey, Calvin, Ella-Rose, Bethany, Mason, Ivy and Ruby, deeply loved daughter of Margaret and the late Robert, very dear sister of Alastair and a dear mother in law, sister in law and aunt.

Funeral service has taken place in Roseyards Presbyterian Church, burial in the adjoining graveyard.

House Private.

Donations in lieu of flowers, if desired, to NIPANC (Pancreatic Cancer) c/o DJM Robinson & Son, 121 Culcrum Rd, Cloughmills, BT44 9DT.

She was one of a kind and brightened up many lives. Loved and missed by all.


Messages of Condolence

So sorry for your loss, Ann was a lovely kind woman and would never pass you without speaking xx thinking of all of you, lots of ❤️

Lorraine Smallwoods

Sending sincere condolences to Norman and all the family and keeping you all in my prayers in the days and weeks ahead.

Wilma Johnston (nee Slater)

Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. Ann was an inspiration and fantastic work colleague. I have many, many fond moments of my time working with Ann. A true lady. In our prayers

Ian & Claire McClelland

Condolences to Norman and family Ann was a very dear friend , I have lovely memories. God Blessings Xx

Lorna Dean

An amazing woman who had a smile for everyone. Will be sadly missed xx

Jackie McMullan

Heartfelt sympathy to the whole family. You momma was the glue that held you all together, stay strong as a family do your momma proud stick with the morals she taught you and always be there with each other. Rest in eternal peace Ann, your memory will live on in all your family

Marie Bloom

Such a lovely, strong, thoughtful woman. She always put her children, grandchildren and everyone before her. I’ll truly miss her, such a caring nanna she was. My nanna always put a smile on someone’s face anyway she could. Always provided for her grandchildren and showed such affection to everyone around her.

Ella-Rose Black

Sending you all my heartfelt condolences, Ann was one of the best – I will miss our wee chats ❤️ xx

Nicola Craig

Sorry to hear of Ann’s passing Condolences to Norman and family circle

Lawrence Dobbin

So sorry for your loss. She was such a lovely woman, full of energy, she had me in stitches at the gym, always looked forward to her coming for her PT session. She will be missed! 😪

Peter Surgenor

Ann, such a kind sister in law there for everyone, taken too soon . Sadly missed.

Carol and Rik

Such a lovely lady who will be missed terribly by all who knew her.. xx

Anne Blair

Thinking of you all at this sad time

Ruth McKelvie

Sincere condolences to Norman and family, lovely lady – taken too soon.

David Campbell

So very sad to hear this news of Ann. Our deepest sympathy to Norman & family and to her mum Margaret, brother Alastair, Yvonne & family. In our thoughts & prayers.

Norman & Angela Campbell       

So sorry to hear about Ann. Thinking of Norman and all the family xxx

Karen Magill      

So sad to learn of Ann’s passing. She was a great girl, so full of fun. Deepest sympathy to her husband and family and also to her mother Margaret and Alastair and Yvonne.Thinking of you all at this sad time

Dorothy and David Gray

My wife and I offer our sincere sympathy on the death of your wife Ann .

Kenny McAleese

So sorry for your loss Norman & all the family. So sorry too, to Margaret. Thinking of you all at this very sad time.

Lorna Quinn 

Condolences to Norman and all the family ❤️

Vivien McAllister 

My Deepest Sympathy on the very sad passing of Ann. Such a lovely person who will be sadly missed. ❤️xx

Ann Doherty

So sorry to hear of Ann’s passing. A great wee character. Thinking of you all. M x
Marie Hegarty

I was so sorry to hear about Ann she was the loveliest girl. We were friends at school & we would have a chat if we ever met. Condolences to all her family & friends thinking of you all xx🙏🏻

Jill Morgan


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