Duncan (Laurencekirk)

Allie, Karen & Angela would like to thank relatives, friends and neighbours for the kind expressions of sympathy received after their sad loss. Thanks also to the staff at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary for their care and kindness. Special thanks to Rev Brian Smith for his comforting service and to all those who paid their last respects at Fettercairn Parish Church and Laurencekirk Cemetery. Appreciation to the Panmure Arms, Edzell for their catering services. Many thanks to Neil and Alison Ingram, Funeral Directors for all the arrangements during these difficult times and a special thank you, for all those who kindly donated to Canine Concern Scotland Trust.

Duncan (Laurencekirk)

Suddenly but peacefully at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary on Monday July 27th, 2020, Margaret, (née Hutcheon), aged 78 years, dearly loved wife of Allie, beloved mum to Karen, Angela and the late Janice and Kenneth, mother-in-law to Andrew and Alan, cherished granny to Debbie, Dawn and Michael, a loving great-granny to Keenan, Chloe and Callum and good friend to many.

Funeral service private due to the current circumstances.

Donald

Peacefully at home, on Monday November 11th, 2019, Barbara (Babs), in her 80th year, dearly loved wife of the late Edmond (Ed), loving mother to Eddie, Kathleen, Andrew and Barbara, a dear mother-in-law, granny, great-granny, sister, auntie and a good friend to many.

Funeral service at Parkgrove Crematorium, Friockheim on Tuesday November 19th at 11.30a.m., to which family and friends are respectfully invited. Family flowers only please. Donations if so desired will be gratefully accepted at the crematorium for Laurencekirk Medical Centre Equipment Fund.

Bain (Laurencekirk)

Suddenly after a short battle with cancer on Wednesday October 16th 2019, Andrew (Andy) Murray Bain, aged 61 years, loving husband and friend to Catherine, dad to Kevin (Kev), father-in-law to Charell, step-granda to Danielle and granda to Maya, Andy doted on both of them.

Funeral service at Baldarroch Crematorium, Crathes on Wednesday October 23rd at 2.30 pm, to which all family and friends are respectfully invited. No flowers please. Donations if so desired will be gratefully accepted at the crematorium to Macmillan Cancer Support and District Nurses. Long time fan of AFC, come on you Reds. No callers please.

Smith (Laurencekirk)

Kirsty, Allison, Mike and the family wish to express their sincere appreciation to relatives, friends and neighbours for the kind  expressions of sympathy received during their sad loss of Lawrance. Grateful thanks to the staff at Kirk Lodge Nursing Home for all the care given to Lawrance, the Rev. Douglas Lamb for his kind words and comforting service, Neil and Alison Ingram for their kindness with the funeral arrangements. Finally thanks to all who paid their last respects to Lawrance and kindly donated £188.00 to Mearns and Coastal Healthy Living Network.

Smith

Peacefully after a short illness on Saturday September 29th 2018, Lawrance Blair Smith, aged 92 years, (retired vet). Dearly loved husband of the late Joyce, loving father to Allison, Kirsty and Mike, devoted grandfather to his eight grandchildren, and a good friend to all who knew him.

Funeral service at Parkgrove Crematorium, Friockheim on Friday October 5th at 2.30p.m., to which relatives and friends are respectfully invited. Family flowers only please, donations if so desired will be gratefully accepted at the Crematorium for Mearns Community Transport.

Stewart (Marykirk)

Marjorie and the family wish to express their sincere appreciation to relatives, friends and neighbours for the kind expressions of sympathy, cards, telephone calls and flowers received during their sad and sudden loss of John.

Grateful thanks to the Emergency Services for all their assistance and help, the Rev. John Watson for his support and most comforting service, thanks also to Neil and Alison Ingram for their kindness with the arrangements and the Glenesk Hotel, Edzell for the lovely hospitality. Finally, appreciation to all who paid their last respects to John at Parkgrove Crematorium and generously donated £1224.00 to Scottish Mountain Rescue.

Stewart (Marykirk)

Suddenly as the result of a tragic road accident on Tuesday September 11th 2018, John, aged 78 years, (formerly of Glaxo, Montrose). Dearly loved husband of Marjorie, much adored dad to Catriona, Jane, Deirdre and Gillian, a dear grandad to his nine grandchildren. He will be sadly missed.

Funeral service at Parkgrove Crematorium, Friockheim on Friday September 21st at 1.30p.m., to which family and friends are respectfully invited. Family flowers only please, donations if so desired will be gratefully accepted at the Crematorium for Scottish Mountain Rescue.

Mair

Douglas James Mair, 65, son of the late James and Mary Mair, has died after a lengthy illness bravely borne.

Funeral at Baldarroch Crematorium near Banchory at 2.30pm Wednesday 5th September.

Coull (Auchenblae)

Ian, Susan, Irene and the family wish to thank most sincerely relatives, friends and neighbours for their support and many kind expressions of sympathy, cards, telephone calls and flowers received during their recent sad loss of Ruby.

Grateful thanks to the doctors and nurses at Auchenblae Medical Centre, nurses and staff at the Kincardine Community Hospital and Burnside Nursing Home for their care given to Ruby. Special thanks to Norman Trewren for the most comforting service, Anne Caird, Church Organist, Funeral Director Neil W. Ingram for his kindness with the arrangements and the Clatterin Brig for taking care of the catering.

Finally, many thanks to all who paid their last respects at the church and crematorium and generously donated £528.64 to Auchenblae Church.