Margaret Hugh Obituary, White City, Dungannon Mourns Death Of Oldest Resident

Margaret Hugh Obituary, Death – It is with heavy hearts that we share the news of the passing of one of the oldest and most cherished residents of White City, Margaret McHugh. Margaret left us yesterday, leaving behind a void that can never truly be filled. Her presence was a source of warmth and comfort for the entire community, and her memory will forever live on in the hearts of those who were fortunate enough to know her.

Margaret was more than just a neighbor; she was a pillar of strength and kindness in our tight-knit community. For many, the mention of her name evokes memories of a gracious and welcoming woman who opened her heart and home to all. In her humble abode in Bernagh Gardens, Margaret and her late husband, Johnny McHugh, raised their family with love and devotion.

For the children of White City, Margaret was a second mother. Her door was always open, and her smile was ever-present. She had a remarkable ability to make everyone feel at ease, and it seemed that every child in the neighborhood would gather around Bernagh Gardens, drawn by her warmth and the treats she generously shared.

Our deepest sympathies go out to Margaret’s family, especially Ciaran, Laurence, Peter, Bernice, Emma, and a special memory for Clare, who has gone before her. Margaret’s legacy lives on not only in her family but also in the countless lives she touched within our community.

As we bid farewell to Margaret McHugh, we remember her as a truly special person. Her kindness, generosity, and unwavering love for her neighbors will forever be etched in our hearts. White City and the town of Dungannon have lost a beloved matriarch, but her spirit will continue to shine brightly in our memories. Rest in peace, Margaret, you will always hold a special place in our hearts.