Funeral Held For Dean McIlwaine

The funeral of Dean McIlwaine, whose body was found at Cave Hill Country Park on Saturday, 22 July, has taken place.

Hundreds of people gathered to pay their final respects to the Newtownabbey man.
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The funeral took place at Carnmoney Presbyterian Church followed by a burial at Carnmoney Cemetary.

He was last seen in the Carnmoney Road area on Thursday, 13 July.


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