Mr John Taggart

aggart: 27th July 2022, peacefully, at his daughter’s home, John, dearly loved husband of Kathleen, loving father of Michael, Edna, Richard and Barbara and a much loved father-in-law, grandfather and great grandfather. Funeral took place on Saturday 30th July to Toberkeigh Presbyterian Church. Donations in lieu of flowers, if desired, to N.I. Chest Heart and Stroke Association c/o James McMullan and Son, 22 High Street, Ballymoney BT53 6AQ or online at mcmullanfunerals.com. Deeply regretted by his sorrowing family and the entire family circle. Safe in the arms of Jesus.

Charity details

N.I. Chest, Heart & Stroke

Today in Northern Ireland, over 335,000 people are living with a chest, heart and stroke condition. Northern Ireland Chest Heart and Stroke is your local charity, leading the fight against chest, heart and stroke illnesses. Our aim is to support those living with these life changing conditions and prevent others from becoming ill.

We offer practical and emotional support to individuals and families at what can be a difficult time in their lives. Our support services aim to enhance quality of life and increase independence and confidence. We provide an opportunity for people to meet together and share experiences while benefitting from a structured programme of activities including rehabilitation, exercise and information. We run health promotion programmes in schools, homeless hostels, in workplaces and within the community. We fund research relating to prevention, diagnosis, treatment and care. We campaign for people and families who are affected by these conditions.

We are a local charity and have been working for the people of Northern Ireland for over 70 years. Over 80% of our work is funded by public donations from local people and all the money we raise is spent in Northern Ireland.

Registered Number _NIC 103593-1

https://nichs.org.uk/

Messages of condolence

We have fond memories of Uncle John and will miss his smile.

Mr & Mrs Dorothy & David Wishart

Deepest sympathy to all the family

Mr & Mrs Oliver and Susan Martin

Very sorry to hear about John Kathleen thinking on you and all the family at this very sad time Brian and Heather xx

Mrs Heather Sharkey

In loving memory of Uncle John of whom we were all especially fond. He kept Mum up to date with all the news from "home" and we loved his visits to see her. He always brought a warm smile and laughter and the broadest Northern Irish accent we have ever heard! Sending deepest sympathy and condolences to Aunt Kathleen and all the family at this very sad time from us all, Christine, Jayne, Sandra, Andrew and Sam x

Miss Christine Kelly

Thinking of you Aunt Kathleen and all the family in N.I. Sheila and Andy

Mrs Sheila McSherry

Dear Uncle John, Rest in peace. with our love and deepest sympathies to the family, Ian and Family

Mr Ian Brown

Deepest sympathy from the McGregor family, Toberkeigh.

Mr Colin McGregor

In loving memory of Uncle John Taggart. May he rest in Eternal Peace. With much love from Sue, Jon, Niall, Liam, & Rhia

Mrs Susan Chappell