Mrs Catherine O'Fee

Funeral Service: Tue 14th Jun 2022

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Peacefully, in Royal Victoria Hospital, Dundee, on Friday, May 27, 2022, Catherine (Cathie) Kane, in her 95th year, beloved wife of the late Chic O’Fee, much loved mum of Sharron and Charles, dear mother-in-law and friend of Frank and Joyce and a dearly loved gran and great gran. Nothing loved is ever lost and she was loved so much. R.I.P. Reception of Remains followed by Funeral Mass in Our Lady of Good Counsel, RC Church, Westfield Road, Broughty Ferry, on Tuesday, June 14 , at 11:15 am, to which all family and friends are respectfully invited, interment thereafter in Barnhill Cemetery at 12:30 pm. Family flowers only, please, but donations if desired, may be made to Royal Victoria Hospital at the church.

Funeral Service

Location

Our Lady of Good Counsel RC Church
29 Westfield Road
Broughty Ferry
DD5 1ED

Date & Time

11:15am Tue 14th Jun 2022

Burial Service

Location

Barnhill Cemetery
27 Strathmore Street
Barnhill
DD5 2NY

Date & Time

12:30pm Tue 14th Jun 2022

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Robert Samson Funeral Directors

175 King Street
Broughty Ferry
Dundee
DD5 2AX

01382 477 124
info@robertsamson.co.uk

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