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Mr James Myles

Funeral Service: Fri 18th Oct 2019

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Suddenly, but peacefully,
in Ninewells Hospital,
Dundee, on Wednesday,
October 9, 2019, James (Jim), beloved husband
of Sheena, loving dad of James and Fiona and a
dearly loved grandad of Matthew and Katie.
Funeral service in Monifieth Parish Church, 41
High Street, Monifieth,
on Friday, October 18,
at 1 p.m., to which all family and friends are
respectfully invited.
Interment thereafter in
Pitkerro Grove Cemetery,
arriving main gate,
Drumsturdy Road, at 2 p.m. Family flowers only,
please, but donations
may be made, if so
desired, at the Church, in aid of the Scottish War Blinded.

Funeral Service

Location

Monifieth Parish Church
41 High St
Monifieth
Dundee
DD5 4AA

Date & Time

1:00pm Fri 18th Oct 2019

Burial Service

Location

Pitkerro Grove Cemetery
Drumsturdy Road
Dundee
DD5 3NY

Date & Time

2:00pm Fri 18th Oct 2019

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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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