In Celebration of

Holly Maclennan Beattie

04 December 1985 -  11 February 2017

We regret to inform everyone of the death of Holly Maclennan Beattie on 11 February 2017

Guestbook 

(5 of 5)


Jane Reilly (Friend and co-worker)

Written on 18 February 2017 from Belfast

Dearest Holly

We only worked together for a short time but i knew we'd get on well from day one! My last memory is a good one, you had me laughing so much, the tears were rolling down my face!!

"There is a light that never goes out"

I hope you have found peace, dear friend, and wish your hubby, family and many friends strength through this really difficult timexx

Jane


Loretta Daly (I worked with Holly in the Consumer Council)

Written on 18 February 2017 from Magherafelt

I am so very sorry to hear of the death of Holly. She was such a beautiful person both inside and out. She brought a smile to many faces, especially when she produced her beautiful baking. I hope she has found her own peace now and I will keep all her family and friends in my thoughts and prayers. The world will definitely have lost a lot of its brightness for you all over the last week.


Eimear (Friend)

Written on 19 February 2017 from Belfast

Come away oh human child
To the waters and the wild
With a faery hand in hand
For this world's more full of weeping
Than you can understand.


Christine (Friend)

Written on 19 February 2017 from Newtownabbey

Holly

When I think of you, its always your warm smile that I remember.

As a friend, you were thoughtful, supportive, caring and always a good listener.

As a person, you were beautiful both inside and out and always smiling with a little mischievous grin too.

As a colleague, you were tolerant, considerate, helpful and made the working day much easier to handle.

I will miss you so much chum and memories will live on.

My thoughts and prayers are with your parents, Amber, Dave and extended family circle.



Nichola Whan (Friend)

Written on 19 February 2017 from Belfast

Holly,

I have so many fond memories of time spent in your company. From our chats about how great cats are, laughing at Eurovision and nights out in Carrick.

Despite your struggles, you were always smiling and laughing. I will miss your optimism and your kind words when I needed them.

Love you lots
Nic xx