KELSO - (née Campbell) Alice. Daughter Evelyn, Son-in-Law Jimmy, Grandchildren Kelso and Alice, surviving Sisters Jeannie, Annie and Frances and Family Circle of the late Alice Kelso (Tamlaght O’Crilly), wish to express their sincere thanks to everyone who sympathised with them in their sad bereavement. We were comforted by the support of so many kind relatives, friends and neighbours who visited, sent cards and letters, brought gifts and floral displays, provided eatables, telephoned, sent donations, attended the funeral or helped in any other way. Sincere thanks to Rev. Prof. Wilson for his many visits, pastoral support and words of comfort during Alice’s illness and at the funeral service. Special thanks to Rev P. Murphy and Mr Timothy McFarland and to Iris’s Kitchen for catering so well after the funeral. Thanks are also extended to the staff of Portglenone Health Centre, Coleraine Hospital, Dalriada Out of Hours Service, Care Teams, Marie Curie and Hospice Staff and to our special friends Etta Lyttle, May Armstrong, Cecil and Jean McCombe, Don Armstrong, Sammy Yorke, Diane McClean and ALL the relatives, friends and ladies of Drimbolg Church for their dedication, kindness and consideration. Special thanks to Michael Lagan and Marty Dempsey for restoring a Fordson tractor once used on the home farm and for bringing it down to show Alice in her last days. Final thanks to Desmond and Helen of D. Watters Funeral Services for the caring and professional manner in which the funeral arrangements were carried out and to David McFetridge (Gravedigger). Trusting this acknowledgement will be accepted by all as a token of our sincere appreciation. Vow, Cullybackey, Cookstown and Drumoolish.