Suddenly at home on Monday 16th March 2015, Anthony Ian, husband of Morag, much loved father to Sarah, Brigit, the late Jamie and David and loving and devoted granddad to Kirsty, Laura, Aran and Euan. He will be sadly missed by family, friends and all who knew him and whose lives he touched.
Funeral Service at St Mary’s Episcopal Church, Dunblane on Monday 30th March at 1.15pm and thereafter interment at St Mary’s Graveyard at 2pm to which all friends are respectfully invited. Family flowers only please, but donations, if so desired, may be made at the church to Anthony’s favourite charities.
It is with much sadness that I post of Anthony Clunies-Ross passing earlier this week. News has travelled fast with a brief tribute being paid to Anthony in the Canberra Times today.
Funeral arrangements as I am aware are,
Monday 30th March, 1.15pm
St Mary’s Church
I will post any updates or amendments as I receive them.
No cobwebs left in Kinbuck, winds have been gusting up to 48.5mph in the last hour!
Kinbuck Weather Station
A reminder that Brown Bin collections resume this Tuesday for Kinbuck.
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Peacefully, after 3 weeks of wonderful intensive care at Forth Valley Royal Infirmary on Wednesday 4th February, David Andrew Clunies-Ross, aged 50. Dearly loved son of Morag and Anthony; brother to Sarah, Bridgit and the late Jamie; friend and brother-in law to Steve and Jose; uncle to Kirsty, Laura, Aran and Euan.
Funeral service of thanksgiving for his life at St Mary’s Episcopal Church, Dunblane on Friday 20th February at 1pm, thereafter interment at the church graveyard to which all of David’s many friends are cordially invited.