Magdalene Black, a stalwart of Stonehaven’s Sea Cadets for four decades, has died aged 71 after a long battle with ill health.
Former Arbroath and Raith Rovers player Jimmy MacEwan, who starred for top English club Aston Villa in the 1960s, has died in Birmingham, aged 88.
Former Kirriemuir GP Donald Finlay McKenzie has died peacefully at home, aged 76, following a battle with prostate cancer.
The funeral has taken place of former DC Thomson engineer and Carnoustie Panbride Church elder Sydney Robb, who died aged 84.
The Scottish cricket fraternity has paid tribute to a Meigle cricket “legend” after his death aged 95.
An Angus woman who was made an MBE for outstanding contributions to her home town has died peacefully. She was 96.
Sir Chris Hoy has paid tribute to the “amazing” uncle who inspired his journey to Olympic glory.
Retired Arbroath businesswoman and accountant Winnie Wright has died following a long illness. She was 76.
Montrose man Douglas “Douie” Anderson has died at the age of 88.
An Angus man who chronicled his travels around the world with the Tartan Army has lost his battle with cancer aged 57.