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Published Wednesday 18 February 2015
COIA — JEAN. Peacefully, at the Mansionhouse Unit of the Victoria Infirmary, Glasgow, on 16th February, 2015, Jean Coia (nee Lockhart), beloved wife of Ferdi, much loved mum of Gerard, Paul, Denise and Martin, loving nonna to Nicola, Gabriella, Desmond, Annalie, Lio and Luisa, and mother-in-law to Jacqui, Debbie, Lynne and Desi. Fortified by rites of Holy Church, R.I.P. Reception and vigil at St Vincent de Paul Church, Thornliebank on Friday, 20th February, at 6pm. Funeral Mass on Saturday, 21st February at 10am and thereafter to St Conval’s Cemetery, Barrhead. Family flowers only, please. Donations, if desired, can be made to Parkinson’s UK.