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Tuesday, October 27, 2020

Teenager Lewis Fleming laid to rest later today

Ballymoney teenager, Lewis Fleming, will be laid to rest later this afternoon in Ballywillian Cemetery.

Lewis tragically lost his life following a fall at Powerscourt waterfall in Co Wicklow, while on a family break August 5th.

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In the young teenagers Obituary notice, he was described as a : “treasured second born son of Gillian and Angus” and a “much loved brother of Aaron and Harris and beloved grandson of the late Alma and Bill Campbell and Hilda and Kensey Fleming.”

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Many of Lewis’s friends have paid tribute to the him over the last few days, expressing their sadness of such a talented young teenager taken too soon.

The funeral will take place first at 1st Kilraughts Presbyterian Church, after which his cortege will proceed onto Ballywillan Cemetery, Portrush at 3.00pm, where he will laid to rest.

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