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Mr Edward Noble

Funeral Service: Wed 1st Sep 2021

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Sadly with heavy hearts we announce the sad passing of Edward (Eddie) at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary on Thursday, August 19, 2021 aged 84 years, with his loving family by his side. Dearly loved husband of Jean, loving dad of Sylvia and Janette, father-in-law to George and Les, doting granda to his six grandchildren and great grandsons and a good friend to all who knew him.
Funeral service in Eric P Massie Funeral Directors Chapel, 76a High Street, Inverurie on Wednesday, September 1 at 10.30am, thereafter to Inverurie New Cemetery, to which all friends are respectfully invited

Funeral Service


Eric Massie service room

Date & Time

10:30am Wed 1st Sep 2021

Burial Service


Inverurie New Cemetery

Date & Time

11:10am Wed 1st Sep 2021

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Eric Massie Funeral Directors

76A High Street
AB51 3XS

01467 621 368

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