Anne Marie Pyemont

Funeral Service: Fri 24th Jun 2022

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Anne Marie sadly passed away on Saturday 11th June at 4.00am in the Borders General Hospital after a short illness, her suffering is over and she is now at peace. Her contributions to the lives of many and devotion to the Holy Rosary were an inspiration, an amazing person so kind and generous.
Loving wife to Tom and Mother to Chris, Felicity and Andrew. Brilliant Granny to Catriona, Luca, Mhairi and Sam– Sister to Felicity, Joanna and Kathleen.
All Friends are most welcome to her Requiem Mass Friday 24th June at 11.30am at the Catholic Church: “The Immaculate Conception” Jedburgh with her Burial at Denholm Cemetery at 1.00pm.
Family flowers only and should you wish, donations to McMillan Cancer Support.

Funeral Service


Immaculate Conception RC

Date & Time

11:30am Fri 24th Jun 2022

Burial Service


Denholm Cemetery

Date & Time

1:00pm Fri 24th Jun 2022

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Deirdre wrote

18th Jun 2022

Tom and family, Please accept my deepest sympathy. Ann Marie will be a great loss, and I have some very happy memories of the times we spent together. Deirdre

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