Walter Dalgleish (Watt)

Cremation Service: Fri 20th Aug 2021

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Walter (Watt) passed away suddenly on Sunday 8th August at Borders General Hospital, very dear husband of the late Betty, and very caring brother of Daisy and the late Bill, Tommy, Jim and Bob, and fondly remembered uncle of the family. Service on Friday 20th August 2021, at Borders Crematorium, Melrose at 11.00 am, to which all family and friends are warmly invited.

Cremation Service

Location

Borders Crematorium
Melrose
TD6 9HA

Date & Time

11:00am Fri 20th Aug 2021

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George and Margaret & family wrote

22nd Aug 2021

So sorry to hear this. Watty was a dear friend and workmate to George during their many years together with the Electricity Board. Thinking of you All at this sad time.

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01450 377 284
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