Margaret Kerr Renwick

Funeral Service: Wed 29th Sep 2021

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Peacefully at Hawick Community Hospital on Tuesday 14th September 2021, with her family by her side. Margaret, (nee Gibson), loving wife of the late Oliver, dearly loved mum, granny and aunt to all the family and her many friends. Service to be held on Wednesday 29th September in Trinity Parish Church at 11.45 am followed by cremation at Borders Crematorium at 1pm, to which all family and friends are respectively invited. Family flowers only please. Donations if desired to Friends of Hawick Community Hospital.

Funeral Service

Location

Trinity Parish Church, Hawick

Date & Time

11:45am Wed 29th Sep 2021

Cremation Service

Location

Borders Crematorium
Melrose
TD6 9HA

Date & Time

1:00pm Wed 29th Sep 2021

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Michelle wrote

22nd Sep 2021

Sending my sympathy to family on thier sad news love from Michelle & boy's xxx

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Myra and Lesley wrote

16th Sep 2021

Mum and I are so sorry to hear of Margaret's passing and send you our best wishes at this difficult time.

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Ann wrote

15th Sep 2021

Sorry to hear this she will be missed and my thoughts are with her son Mark thinking of you xx

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John Beattie & Sons Funeral Directors

Weensland Road
Hawick
TD9 9NW

01450 377 284
info@jbeattie.co.uk

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