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Mr William Anderson

Cremation Service: Thu 24th Oct 2019

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Suddenly, at home, on
Monday, October 14,
2019, Bill, aged 86 years
(member Monifieth Golf
Club and ex Merchant
Navy), beloved husband
of the late Nella, much
loved dad of Neil, loving
grandad of Courtney, a
dearly loved father-in- law of Louise and a
good friend to many. Funeral service in
Parkgrove Crematorium,
Froickheim, on Thursday,
October 24, at 1.30
p.m., to which all family and friends are respectfully invited. Donations may be made at the
Crematorium in aid of
the British Heart Foundation and Alzheimer Scotland.

Cremation Service

Location

Parkgrove Crematorium
Douglasmuir
Friockheim
DD11 4UN

Date & Time

1:30pm Thu 24th 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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