Pearson

Liz and the family of Jack would like to sincerely thank all relatives, friends and neighbours for the many cards, flowers and messages received on their recent sad loss of Jack.

Grateful thanks to Kincardine Community Hospital and Mowatt Court for all their care shown to Jack, thanks also to Rev Ian Gray for his comforting service at the church and graveside. A special thanks to Neil and Alison Ingram for their excellent service, Graham Strachan for the lovely teas and finally to all who paid their last respects to Jack at the church and graveside and generously donated £1000 for Macmillan Nurses and the British Heart Foundation.

Rothney

Bob and family would like to thank all relatives, friends and neighbours for the kind expressions of sympathy extended to them by way of cards, visits, telephone calls and floral tributes received following their recent sad loss of Robert.

Special thanks to Grampian Police, Doctor Leona Houston, Sylvia and all staff at Nicoll’s Transport, Alex and Tom, all for their help and kindness.

Many thanks to the Rev. Brian Smith for his beautiful and uplifting service at the church and graveside, Neil and Alison Ingram for their caring and compassionate funeral arrangements. Peter and staff for the lovely refreshments and finally to all the many people who paid their last respects to Robert at the church and graveside and generously donated £533.00 to Laurencekirk Floral Hanging Baskets.

Murray

Marjorie, Edward, Kathleen and family wish to express their sincere appreciation to all relatives, friends and neighbours for their kind expressions of sympathy, by way of cards, letters, telephone calls and flowers received during their sad and sudden loss of Alastair.

Thanks are also accorded to the Rev. Douglas Lamb for his support and most comforting service, Neil and Alison Ingram, funeral directors, for their exceptional care and compassion and the staff of the Dickson Hall for their hospitality. They would also extend their gratitude to Dr Davidson of Laurencekirk Medical Centre and the emergency services.

Finally thanks to everyone who paid their last respects to Alastair at the church and graveside and generously donated £1000 to Laurencekirk Parish Church.

Wards

Margaret and all her family wish to thank most sincerely all relatives, friends and neighbours for their kind expressions of sympathy with visits, cards and telephone calls during our very sad loss of John.

A very special thanks to Rev’d Canon Michael J. R. Turner for his most comforting and heartfelt service, Neil and Alison Ingram for all their help with the arrangements, also to the Crown Hotel girls for the lovely lunch and to all who paid their last respects to John at the church and graveside. Thank you to all who donated generously to the British Red Cross.

Thomson

The family of the late Peggy wish to thank most sincerely relatives, friends and neighbours for their support and for the many kind expressions of sympathy received during their sad loss of Peggy.

Grateful thanks to all doctors and nurses involved in caring for mum, special thanks to Rev. Ian Gray for his most comforting service, Neil and Alison Ingram for their kindness with the arrangements, Grace and staff for the lovely funeral teas and finally to all who paid their last respects to Peggy at the church and graveside and generously donated £659.00 for Help the Heroes.

Macaulay

Ruth and the family would like to thank most sincerely relatives, friends, and neighbours for their help, support and for the many kind expressions of sympathy, cards, telephone calls and flowers received during their sad loss of Ian.

Grateful thanks to all the doctors and nurses for their dedicated care Ian received during his illness. Special thanks to the Rev. Ian Gray for his kind words and comforting service, Neil and Alison Ingram for all their helpfulness with the arrangements, the ladies at the Dickson Hall for the lovely teas, and finally to all who paid their last respects to Ian at the church and graveside and generously donated £1211 that will be shared between Marie Curie Nurses and Laurencekirk District Nurses.

McLean

Janet, Amanda, Jodie and family wish to thank most sincerely relatives, friends and neighbours for the kind expressions of sympathy, cards, telephone calls and flowers received during their sad loss of Vic.

Grateful thanks to the doctors and staff at Laurencekirk Medical Centre, Laurencekirk District Nurses, Marie Curie Nurses and McMillan Nurses, all for the excellent care Vic received during his illness. Special thanks to Rev. Ian Gray for his support and most comforting service, Neil and Alison Ingram for their kindness with the arrangements. Many thanks to John Gove church organist and the ladies at the Dickson Hall for the lovely teas.

Finally appreciation to the many who paid their last respects to Vic at the church and graveside and generously donated £916.00 that will be shared between Laurencekirk District Nurses and Marie Curie Nurses.

Beattie

Mabel and the family would like to thank most sincerely relatives, friends, and neighbours for their help, support and for the many kind expressions of sympathy, cards, telephone calls and flowers received during their sad loss of Jim.

Grateful thanks to all the doctors and nurses involved in caring for Jim over the past few years. Special thanks to Alan Smith for his most comforting service and kind words, Neil and Alison Ingram for all their help with the arrangements.

Finally many thanks to all those who came to Parkgrove to pay their last respects to Jim and kindly donated £655 to the Laurencekirk Community Equipment Fund.

Stuart

Amy, Sara, Thomas and family wish to thank most sincerely all relatives, friends, work colleagues, and neighbours for the many kind expressions of sympathy extended to them following the very sad and sudden loss of Iain.

Grateful thanks to the Recovery Crew in Norway, also the support given by the team at Halliburton. Sincere thanks to Police Scotland Liaison Officers, Derek Thow and Betty Irvine for taking care of the family at a most difficult time, Dentist Robert Thompson for his professionalism in assisting the Police, Rev. Ian Gray for his comforting service, Neil and Alison Ingram for all their help with the arrangements. Special thanks to Donna and her staff for the lovely teas and refreshments provided.

Finally to the many who came to the church and graveside to pay their last respects to Iain and generously donated £2283 to be shared between Crohn’s & Colitis and UK Oil and Gas Chaplaincy

Anderson

Ron, Elizabeth and Ronald wish to thank all our family and friends for their support, many cards, flowers and telephone calls on their sad loss of Charlotte. Grateful thanks to the doctors and nurses of Laurencekirk Medical Centre, Macmillan and Marie Curie Nurses. Thanks also to Rev. Ian Grey for his kind words and comforting service, Neil W. Ingram, funeral director for his professionalism with the arrangements, and the Crown Hotel for the lovely teas. Finally sincere thanks to all who paid their last respects to Charlotte at the church and graveside and so generously donated £1108 to Laurencekirk Medical Centre and Marie Curie Nurses.