Talking on the month-to-month assembly on Monday, July 25, the Deputy Lord Mayor, Councillor Tim McClelland knowledgeable the chamber of the passing of the Lord Mayor, Councillor Paul Greenfield’s mother-in-law, and prolonged his sympathies to his household.
“Mrs Grey, the mom of Fiona, our Woman Mayoress, sadly handed away whereas on vacation within the southern United States,” stated the Deputy Lord Mayor.
“As members will know any bereavement is unhappy and tough for family members and for Paul and his household this grief and disappointment is compounded by the space concerned making it very tough for the household to be collectively.
“Our Lord Mayor and his household have been going by a really tough few weeks and on behalf of the borough, might I supply our deepest Christian sympathies and guarantee the entire household they’re in our ideas and prayers at this unhappy time.”
DUP get together group chief, Alderman Mark Baxter stated he needed to be related to these feedback and advised the chamber “it has been a really tough few weeks” for the household.
“I went to see the household the opposite evening,” stated Alderman Baxter.
“It is vitally tough to lose your mom at any time, by no means thoughts after such a brief sickness however to lose her when she is in a distinct nation and the complexities round getting the stays dwelling on prime of all of it, it has been a really tough few weeks for them.
“We within the DUP wish to lengthen our sympathy to the household and Fiona and the children at this tough time.”
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Condolences from large political spectrum
Alliance Celebration group chief, Councillor Brian Pope stated he and his fellow get together members would additionally wish to “supply our honest condolences to the Lord Mayor and the broader household”.
UUP group chief, Alderman Jim Speers stated he to wished to be related to the remarks already made and wished to “lengthen our sympathy to him and our Woman Mayoress and the broader household on such an premature loss of life”.
Sinn Fein’s get together group chief, Councillor Liam Mackle handed on his and his get together’s condolence to the “Lord Mayor and his household circle” and the SDLP councillor Eamonn McNeill stated he needed to let the household know his get together’s “ideas are with them”.
Ingvor Gray handed away peacefully whereas on vacation in Knoxville, Tennessee on Thursday, July 14.
Previously of The Hollows, Gilford Street, Lurgan, Ingvor was the spouse of the late Irvine, mom of Fiona, Lynda, David and Simon, mother-in-law of Paul, Simon, Angela and Megan, granny and sister of Ulla and Dan.
A service of thanksgiving might be held on Thursday (July 28) at 2pm in Moira Baptist Church.