Mrs Betty Douglas

Funeral Service: Thu 28th Apr 2022

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Peacefully, after a short illness, at Hawick Community Hospital on 12th April 2022, Betty Douglas (nee Marshall), Rosalee Brae, much loved wife of the late Henry. Dear mother of Pat and Susan, mother-in-law of Alan. Much loved granny of Emma, Christopher, Callum, Spencer, Eva, the late Euan, and great-granny to Katie.
Service to be held on Thursday 28th April at 1.00pm at Beattie’s Acorn chapel followed by interment at Wellogate Cemetery 1.30pm to which all family and friends are invited.
Donations if desired to ‘Friends of Hawick Community Hospital’

Funeral Service

Location

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

Date & Time

1:00pm Thu 28th Apr 2022

Burial Service

Location

Wellogate Cemetery, Hawick
TD9 9NE

Date & Time

1:30pm Thu 28th Apr 2022

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Weensland Road
Hawick
TD9 9NW

01450 377 284
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