Mary Rae

Funeral Service: Wed 13th Jul 2022

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Peacefully at home in Hawick on Sunday 3rd July 2022, Mary nee Robertson, beloved mother of Jacqueline and William, mother-in-law to David and loving nana to Louise, Jillian, Amy and Mhairi. Nana-in-law to Martin, Scott, Gary and Hannah and much loved great- grandmother to Luke, Leo, Aaron, Rosa, James, Eva and Ethan. Service to be held at Beattie’s Acorn Chapel on Wednesday 13th July at 12.45pm, followed by a committal at Borders Crematorium for 2.00pm. Family flowers only. Donations if desired, to the British Heart Foundation.

Funeral Service

Location

Beattie's Acorn Chapel
John Beattie & Sons
Weensland Road
Hawick
TD9 9NW

Date & Time

12:45pm Wed 13th Jul 2022

Cremation Service

Location

Borders Crematorium
Melrose
TD6 9HA

Date & Time

2:00pm Wed 13th Jul 2022

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Helen and Jim wrote

6th Jul 2022

Our sincere condolences to all the family. May your memories give you peace and comfort.

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Weensland Road
Hawick
TD9 9NW

01450 377 284
info@jbeattie.co.uk

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