Brendan McErlean Obituary, Death – On January 25, Brendan (Barney) McErlean, who had been residing in Manchester for the last several years but was originally from Bellaghy, went away suddenly. Brendan (Barney) McErlean was born in Bellaghy. Over the course of the last few years, he had called Manchester his home. POP was taken aback when they learned that he had passed away; they were shocked by the news. Barney attended the elementary school in his area for all of his primary schoolings, and it was there that he learned the fundamentals of his education.
Following the completion of his secondary schooling at St. Colm’s College in Derry, he continued his study by enrolling at a college that specialized in education. He graduated from that institution with a bachelor’s degree in education. There is a general consensus among the many versions that, during the time that Barney lived and worked as a teacher in Manchester, he was a fanatical follower of the Manchester City football team.
This was during the time that Manchester was known as Manchester, England. My sincerest condolences go out to his wife Diane, his sons Paul and John, his daughter Anna, his grandchildren, his brothers Robby and Martin, his sisters Kathleen (Quinn), Marie (Kyne), and Ann (Nolan), as well as the rest of the McErlean family in Manchester, Bellaghy, and the United States of America. I am truly sorry for your loss. I am deeply sorry for the loss you have suffered.
I am sorry for the loss that has been inflicted upon you. When I think of Brendan, I also think of his late parents, Willie and Kathleen, and his late brother, John Mac. All three of these people passed away before him. These three individuals had all left this world before he did. They had already departed from this world before he did, the other three of them. Notification to Family, Friends, and Colleagues Funeral arrangements later. I pray every single day that God will give you, Brendan (Barney), the capacity to eventually be at peace with everything that has happened.