RAFFAN - Anne and family would like to thank most sincerely all relatives, friends and neighbours for the kind expressions of sympathy extended to them following their recent sad loss of Ian. Special thanks go to Dr Ian Kennedy, Riverside Medical Practice, District Nurse Katie Maclean, all staff at Woodlands and Crossroads, for their excellent care shown over the last few years, also staff of 'Memory Lane' Highview Nursing Home, for the care they gave to Ian in his short stay there. Grateful thanks go to Deacon Roger Hensman for his comforting service, to William T. Fraser and staff for their efficient handling of the funeral arrangements. Finally, thanks to all who paid their last respects at the service and so kindly donated towards Crossroads and Woodlands. 37 Towerhill Avenue, Inverness.
CLINGAN - The family of the late Ian Clingan wish to thank all relatives, friends and neighbours for their messages of sympathy. Special thanks to Jean McMillan, John Hanson and Peter Brechin of the SPSA and all Ian's colleagues for their much appreciated support. Generous donations raised a total of £450 for the Marie Curie Nurses and Munlochy Animal Welfare charities. Thanks also to the Rev. Robertson and to Vicki Fraser and staff of John Fraser & Son, Funeral Directors, 17-29 Chapel Street, Inverness. 2 Loch Lann Court, Inverness.
MACLEAN - The family of the late Iain MacLean wish to thank everyone for the kind expressions of sympathy extended to them following Iain's passing and for their attendance at the funeral service and graveside. Our most grateful thanks to the Rev. Farquhar Renwick for his support to Iain and to the family throughout this difficult time, to Munlochy and Kessock Surgeries, Raigmore Hospital, John Fraser & Son, Funeral Directors, for their proficiency and guidance and to Ian Maclennan for his precenting. The sum of £164.69 was raised for Macmillan Nurses. North Kessock and Munlochy.
MACRITCHIE - Catherine, John and family would like to thank most sincerely all relatives, friends and neighbours for the kind expressions of sympathy extended to them following their sad loss of George. Special thanks to everyone who paid their respects at the crematorium in Greenock and for the generous donations of approximately £850 in aid of Ardgowan Hospice.
CLARK - The family of the late Jean Clark would like to thank all relatives, friends and neighbours for the many kind expressions of sympathy extended to them following their recent sad loss. Special thanks to all medical and nursing staff of I.T.U., Raigmore Hospital, for their care and in particular to Mr Wolf for his kind attention. Grateful thanks to Rev. Stuart Farmes for his most comforting service, to D. Chisholm & Sons for their dignified funeral arrangements and to the Beaufort Hotel for providing the catering. Sincere thanks to all who paid their respects at the service and graveside and for generous donations towards the Royal National Lifeboat Institution, amounting to over £370.
ROBBIE - Tracy's family would like to thank all relatives and friends for the sympathy shown during their recent bereavement, whether in person, by card or on Facebook. Special thanks go to Dr Martin, Riverside Medical Practice, the emergency services, USDAW, Tesco, Morrison Construction, John Fraser & Son, Funeral Directors, the hundreds of people gathered to celebrate Tracy's life and contributed so generously £439.86, an extra special thanks goes to Tracy's big brother Bob and Tracy's partner Iain, for everything they did and said.
TOTTY - Following the passing of Anna Maria Totty, thanks are expressed to the many people in the Foyers area who have been friends to her and her late husband, Peter. Special thanks to all those who had cared for Anna, including the Marie Curie nurses, district nurses and the staff of the Foyers Medical Centre. Grateful thanks to Deacon John MacEwan for his comforting service and to Ros Rowell for her fitting tribute. Sincere thanks to D. Chisholm & Sons for their dignified funeral arrangements and to the Waterfall Café, Foyers for providing the catering. Finally, thanks to all who paid their respects at the crematorium and for kind donations towards Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research.
MACLEAN - The family of the late Professor Thomas S. M. Maclean would wish to thank all family and friends for their support during this sad time. Grateful thanks to the Rev. Duncan Macleod for his comforting service, Mr Allan Bruce for his efficiency and compassion, to the community carers who assisted during their fathers illness and the Maple Court Hotel for their tasty refreshments.