Elizabeth McCullen Obituary, Death- On November 3, 2023, Elizabeth Mary (Betty) McCullen passed away in a tranquil and painless manner when she was a patient at the hospital. It is with great regret that we must inform you of this latest development. Betty’s children Helena, Shirley, Jackie, Dorothy, and Linda all had a great deal of love and respect for her as a mother. In addition to this, she was a devoted partner to her late husband, Jack McCullen, to whom she was married for a considerable amount of time.
During the time that she spent with them, her family held her in extremely high regard in the roles of mother-in-law, nanny, and even great-nanny. The example of love, kindness, and unwavering dedication to her family that Betty set throughout her life is clear to see in the life that she led. Everyone who had the good fortune to have known her was irrevocably altered by her kind and caring character, which imprinted an everlasting mark on the hearts of those who were fortunate enough to have been touched by her.
Betty will be laid to rest in Marshallstown, and her family and friends are encouraged to bring their expressions of sympathy and pay their respects there. A Funeral Service to celebrate Betty’s life will be held at the Ballee Parish Church on Monday, November 6, 2023, at 11:00 AM. This will be followed by her interment in the Churchyard that is adjacent to the Church. The date and time of these events have not yet been determined. The family has requested that in lieu of sending flowers, contributions be sent to the Ballee Parish Church Funds.
Charles Rourke & Sons Funeral Directors can be found at 51 Church Street, Downpatrick, BT30 6EH if you like to send your condolences to them. Everyone who had the privilege of knowing Betty will look back on her life with warm recollections and a great feeling of loss because she has passed away. Her legacy of love, kindness, and faith will shine brightly in the hearts of those who were close to her throughout the rest of their lives. In memory of Betty, we find solace in the reassuring words, “The Lord is my Shepherd.”