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Mrs Helen Stewart

Cremation Service: Thu 21st Nov 2019

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Peacefully ,in Ward 6, Ninewells Hospital, Dundee, on Sunday, November 10, 2019, Helen Wales Stewart (nee Hill) ex Timex and Orchar Nursing Home, beloved wife of the late Herbert (Bert) dearly loved mum of Kevin and Avril, much loved mother-in-law of Mark and Carolyn, loving gran of Rachael, Jody, Sheryl and Nicole, loving great-granny of Miya, Ava, Brooke, Lyle, Tyler and Riley. Funeral service in Dundee Crematorium on Thursday, November 21, at 3:30 pm to which all friends are respectfully invited. Family flowers only please but donations may be made if so desired at the Crematorium in aid of Alzheimers Scotland.

Cremation Service


Dundee Crematorium
McAlpine Road

Date & Time

3:30pm Thu 21st Nov 2019

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Robert Samson Funeral Directors

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Broughty Ferry

01382 477 124

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