Brendan McAllister Obituary, Death – We are writing to convey to you the unfortunate news that Reverend Deacon Brendan McAllister has passed away. His passing has left us with a heavy heart. Please accept our sincere sympathies. The news of his passing has left us with an overwhelming feeling of loss in our hearts. We would appreciate it if you could recognize our sincere sympathies. Right now, we are writing down our ideas regarding the best way to communicate with you on a piece of paper so that we can refer to them later. We would deeply appreciate it if you could please accept our sincere apologies in advance for any difficulty that this may create. Thank you very much for your cooperation. We are at this very moment obligated to reveal this information to you, and we do so with a sad heart. We apologize for the inconvenience. Please accept our sincere apologies for any trouble this may create.
We ask that you kindly accept our deepest apologies for any inconvenience that this may cause. We deeply regret the inconvenience that this has caused and offer our deepest apologies. As a direct result of this, we are of the opinion that it is of the utmost priority to convey this information to you at this very moment. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions. In the event that you have any inquiries, please do not be reluctant to get in touch with us. I am pleading with you to read this letter carefully and not to disregard it in any way. In spite of the fact that doing so places a significant amount of stress on both of our mental systems, my business partner and I are unwavering in our commitment to see our project through to a fruitful and satisfying completion. Archbishop Eamon, the entire clergy, and the people of the diocese are keeping Brendan, his wife Elizabeth, daughter Anna, sons Joseph and Tom, and the rest of his family in their thoughts and prayers.
Also included in our thoughts and prayers are the rest of Brendan’s family members. Archbishop Eamon is thinking about and praying for Brendan’s family members, including Brendan’s siblings and parents. We are keeping Brendan’s mother, father, sister, and brother in our thoughts and prayers. All of you are in our thoughts and prayers at this time. Archbishop Eamon is thinking about and praying for Brendan’s family members, including Brendan’s siblings, parents, and other relatives. In particular, Archbishop Eamon is praying for Brendan. We are keeping Brendan’s family—his mother, father, sister, and brother—in our thoughts and prayers. I ask that you continue to remember them in your prayers and thoughts as well.
At this time, each and every one of you is in our thoughts and prayers. We are thinking about and praying for all of you. Archbishop Eamon is remembering to think about and pray for the members of Brendan’s family, including Brendan’s siblings, parents, and any other relatives they may have. Archbishop Eamon is offering special prayers for Brendan, a person who attends the church where he serves. At this time, all of the members of Brendan’s family, including him, his mother, his father, his sister, and his brother, are in our prayers and thoughts. Even after this message has been delivered, I would be grateful if you could continue to remember them in your thoughts and prayers in the same way you did before.
At this time, each and every one of you is in our thoughts and prayers. We are thinking about and praying for all of you. We are keeping all of you in our thoughts and prayers as we go about our day. As we go about our day, everyone of you is constantly in our minds, and we make sure to pray for you. These petitions are being presented to the committee on behalf of Brendan’s family in order for the committee to take into consideration the requests that are outlined in the petitions that are being presented to the committee. We would be extremely grateful if you could give them your entire attention and get back to them as soon as you possible can, as this would be of huge assistance to us. If you are able to do so, please know that we would appreciate it very much. Rest in peace.