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Mr William James Fraser (Bill)

Funeral Service: Tue 28th Sep 2021

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Peacefully at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary on Sunday, September 19 2021, William (Bill), aged 88 years, beloved husband of the late Dorothy, much loved dad of David and the late Michael, lovely father‐in‐ law to Jacqui, a special friend to Winnie, a dear brother, uncle, step‐grandad and brother‐in‐law. Funeral service to be held at Kemnay Parish Church on Tuesday, September 28, at 1pm, thereafter to Kemnay Church Yard to which all family and friends are respectfully invited. No flowers please, however donations if desired can be made at the church door in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support.

Funeral Service


Kemnay Parish Church

Date & Time

1:00pm Tue 28th Sep 2021

Burial Service


Kemnay Cemetery

Date & Time

1:40pm Tue 28th Sep 2021

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Lesley Ann wrote

28th Sep 2021

So sorry that I cannot be with you today. You are in my thoughts. Sleep peacefully Uncle Billy x

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