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Mr Roy McGrath

Cremation Service: Thu 20th Feb 2020

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Peacefully, at home, after a long illness on Sunday, February 9, 2020, Roy, aged 85 years, beloved husband of Mina for 65 years, much loved dad of Roy, Janette and Scott, a loving grandad and great-grandad, a dearly loved father-in-law and a dear brother, brother-in-law, uncle and good friend to many. Funeral service in Dundee Crematorium on Thursday, February 20, at 11.30 a.m., to which all family and friends are respectfully invited. Family flowers only, please.

Cremation Service

Location

Dundee Crematorium
McAlpine Road
Dundee
DD3 8SD

Date & Time

11:30am Thu 20th Feb 2020

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Frances wrote

20th Feb 2020

I am so sorry for your loss.I believe Roy is my great uncle? I am Linda Stuarts youngest daughter, and live in Inverness.I only heard this sad news last night.My wee mother is heartbroken at this news of her uncle Roy but housebound and unable to attend service and show her love and last respects xxx Much love to you all, especially Rita. God bless xxxxx

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55a Strathmartine Road
Dundee
DD3 7RX

01382 825726
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