Mr Bruce Morrison
Very suddenly at home on Monday, September 6, 2021, Bruce James, cherished son of Jim and Elaine, loving brother of Nikki and brother-in-law of Mark, loving uncle to Abi and Chantelle and her fiancé Alan, loved great uncle to Dylan and Aisha, a beloved nephew to Auntie Francie and a friend to many.
A celebration of his life will be held in St Andrew’s Parish Church on Tuesday, September 14 at 11.00am, thereafter to Inverurie Old Cemetery, to which all friends are respectfully invited. Family flowers only please, donations if desired can be made at the church door in aid of Inverurie Day Centre. Please dress casual and in bright colours
Bruce will leave on his final journey from Eric P Massie’s Rest Rooms on Tuesday, September 14 at 9.40am, along High Street and onto St James’s Place heading up to St James’s Court, returning back down St James’s Place onto High Street, West High Street, Past The Drouthy Laird, up Blackhall Road, right onto Burghmuir Drive, turning right down Harlaw Road, past Inverurie Loco’s, right onto Mortimers Lane, left onto North Street, back down West high Street, left onto Constitution Street, turning right onto Burn Lane, round past the station, back onto Market Place arriving at St Andrews Parish Church.
Elaine, Jim and family would like to express their sincere thanks for the many kind expressions of sympathy received by way of cards, flowers, telephone calls and home bakes, in their recent sad loss of Bruce. Special thanks to the paramedics for their efforts, to Rev. Carle Irvine for his comforting service, to The Loco’s F.C. for their tribute and refreshments, to Ian Thomson and team at Eric P Massie Funeral Directors for their efficient funeral arrangements, to The Drouthy Laird for their welcoming refreshments, to all those who came to say goodbye at St Andrew’s Parish Church and for the generous donations received in aid of Inverurie Day Centre.
Loved and missed so much.
St Andrew's Parish Church
Date & Time
11:00am Tue 14th Sep 2021
Inverurie Old Cemetery
Date & Time
11:45am Tue 14th Sep 2021
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