Beatrice Raitt (Passed away 11 Oct 2017)

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Aberdeen Crematorium Aberdeen AB15 8PT
20th Oct 2017
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Mark Shaw Funeral Services, Aberdeen


Suddenly at A.R.I on Wednesday October 11, 2017, Beatrice Jane, aged 65 years, beloved wife of Douglas, much loved mother of Alec, Stephen and Martin, mother in law to Lesley, a dear Grandmother, daughter of George and the late Beatrice and a dear sister. Funeral Ceremony at Aberdeen Crematorium, Hazlehead (West Chapel) on Friday October 20, at 11.00am. All friends respectfully invited, family flowers only, donations if desired can be given at the chapel exit for I.C.U Aberdeen Royal Infirmary.

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i am so sorry i could not make it today been in yorkshire all Week.heaven has a another angle noW its just a pity it Was one of our angles Will love and miss her so much.

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Taken from us too soon mum
Rest now sleep in peace , we will do the best we possibly can for you
Love you always Aky Xxx

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Fun times xx

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Rest in peace dear Beatrice

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  • RIP dear school friend😓

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