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Frank Heggarty

 

Heggarty – August 18th 2023 peacefully, at Leabank Nursing Home, Ballycastle, Frank, dearly loved husband of the late Eileen, late of 1, Millrace Terrace, Clintyfinnan, Armoy, much loved father of Barbara, Libby, Norman, Michael and the late Anne, a very dear father-in-law, grandfather, great-grandfather and brother of Johnny and the late Billy. Funeral service has taken place in Armoy Presbyterian Church, burial afterwards in the adjoining graveyard. House private.  Lovingly remembered.


Messages of Condolence


So sorry to hear of Frank’s passing. I had the pleasure of meeting Frank on a number of occasions. He was a lovely gentleman and I enjoyed listening to the many stories he told. Condolences to his family at this difficult time.

Angela Mills      


To Norman Michael and family circle, sorry for your loss.

James McIlhatton    


We are so sad to hear of Frank’s death. He was such a lovely man.

Trevor and Edwina Milliken


A true gentleman, sorry for your loss.

Gary and Karen Brown  


So sorry to hear this sad news. Condolences to all the family.

Doreen McFadden


So sorry to hear your news a true gentleman

William (Liam) McCurdy


So sorry to hear of the passing of Frankie. On advice from my Dad Sam Carson (RIP) “No better man than Frankie Heggarty”. I got Frankie a ‘wee job’ laying out the site and advising us on the building of our house 12 years ago on the Bregagh Road. I have many fond memories of Frankie during that time and I will be forever grateful for his hard work and kindness. A true wee gentleman. Thinking of you all.

Clare Cushnahan (nee Carson)


So sorry to hear this sad news, Frankie was a gentleman and a great neighbour. Condolences to all the family.

Allister & Linda McBride 


Frank was a gentleman. We have many great memories from our childhood with the whole family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. Sorry for your loss

Hester and Jacky Stewart


My sincere condolences to all the family – one of life’s gentlemen. Many a day’s crack I had with this man on the golf course and still using the Macgregor 5 wood you gave me Frank, I might just give it a wee clean in your memory. RIP.

David Campbell


Sorry to hear of Frankie’s passing. He was good friend to my brother Liam. They enjoyed clay pigeon shooting. Frankie had some good stories to tell about him and Liam. Rest in peace, love to all his family.

Charlotte Forsythe


Sorry to hear of Frankie passing. He was good friend to my brother Liam. They enjoyed clay pigeon shooting. Frankie had some good stories to tell about him and Liam. Rest in peace. Love to all his family.

Charlotte Forsythe


Sadly missed by all the staff in the Shorebird coffee hut, a true gentleman. RIP

Brenda Caher


My sincere condolences to all the family-one of life’s gentlemen-many a day’s crack I had with this man on the golf course and still using the Macgregor 5 wood you gave me Frank. I might just give it a wee clean in your memory. RIP

David Campbell


Frank was a gentleman. We have many great memories from our childhood with the whole family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. Sorry for your loss

Hester and Jacky Stewart


So sorry to hear this sad news, Frankie was a gentleman and a great neighbour. Condolences to all the family.

Allister & Linda McBride


So sorry to hear of the passing of Frankie. On advice from my Dad Sam Carson (RIP) “No better man than Frankie Heggarty”. I got Frankie a ‘wee job’ laying out the site and advising us on the building of our house 12 years ago on the Bregagh Road. I have many fond memories of Frankie during that time and I will be forever grateful for his hard work and kindness. A true wee gentleman.

Thinking of you all.

Clare Cushnahan (nee Carson)


Please accept our sincere condolences. Our thoughts are with you at this difficult time

Tom and Rita McNeill


It is with thanksgiving and loving memories that we remember Frankie.

We extend our deepest sympathy to his children: Barbara, Libby, Norman, Michael and lovingly remember his late daughter, Anne.

To those who loved Frankie as a father-in-law, grandfather and great-grandfather, we grieve with you also and send you love at this painful time.

“Blessed are those who mourn, for they shall be comforted. – Matthew 5:4

“The Lord is close to the broken hearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit. – Psalm 34:18”

Johnny (brother) and niece and nephews: Paula, Jonathan & David


So sorry to hear about the passing of Frankie what a lovely gentleman he was. many a great day we spend with the family when we grew up at the Bushside. Sadly missed. GBNF.

Sharon Johnston


To Michael and all the family – Sorry for the loss of a lovely gentleman whom I had the pleasure to know for just a little while. Rest in peace.

Veronica Cassidy


To Michael and all the family; sorry to hear about the passing of your dad Frankie, he will be greatly missed, missed already going through Bushside and him not there at the window.

Linda Hartin x


I am so sorry to hear of Frank’s death. My deepest sympathy to Michael and the whole family circle. I decided to do a self-build house in 2021; a friend gave me a slip of paper with the name “Frank Heggarty” on it, & said, “contact that man”. Frank was by my side throughout the whole build. I quickly came to appreciate more than I can say his wisdom, knowledge, guidance and advice; to rely on his wealth of experience, his helpful but never condescending manner; to enjoy hearing of his love for his family, for clay pigeon shooting, golf and his wee cat Murphy; to recognise him as a true gentleman, one whom I was privileged to call a friend. My God comfort you all in this sad loss.

Ruby Gamble


 

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