The funeral of Mary Duffy, who was killed in a crash in county Tyrone on Boxing Day, will take place on Saturday.
She was the mother-in-law of Patrick Rogers, from Cookstown, who also died in the collision, alongside a third person, a woman aged 80, who has been named locally as Jennifer Elizabeth Acheson.
Mr Rogers (26,) was driving a red Nissan X-Trail which was involved in a collision with another vehicle in the Dungannon Road area shortly before 3.30pm. He will be buried on Friday following Requiem Mass at St Joseph and St Malachy’s Drummullan at 12pm.
Mrs Duffy was a passenger in the car along with Mr Rogers’ wife and their four children, aged five, four, three and four months.
Her funeral is to take place this Saturday.
A funeral notice state’s that Mrs Duffy’s remains will repose at her late home from Thursday at 3pm until removal on Saturday at 11.30am to St Patricks Church for 12.00 noon Requiem Mass, with burial afterwards in Carland Road Cemetery.
Mrs Duffy was the wife of Jim and loving mother to Shannon, mother-in-law of the late Patrick Rodgers, daughter of the late Francis and Anne and sister of the late Francis.
Deeply missed by her sorrowing husband, daughter, grandchildren Alannah, Eimear, Dylan and Eli, brothers James, Peter and Brendan, sisters Elizabeth, Sarah, Sheila and Briege and the entire family circle.
The funeral Mass can be viewed live online.