A Fife stalwart of the North Sea oil and gas industry who championed offshore safety around the world will be remembered for his “love of life, his quick laughter and his mean swing on the golf course”.
The former owner of a gift shop regarded as an institution in Cupar has died.
Willie Black, chairman of the Retired Melville-Brodie Club, has died at the age of 91.
Tribute has been paid to a Cupar teacher who died suddenly at the age of 60.
Tributes have been paid to George Grant, a past captain of St Andrews Golf Club, who died peacefully aged 82 after a long battle with cancer.
Tributes have been paid to a Fife man who fought a remarkable and truly inspirational battle against cancer over the last couple of years.
A community stalwart who dedicated much of his life to football coaching in the East Neuk has died.
The funeral has taken place of James Carnegie, 3rd Duke of Fife.
Holyrood’s presiding officer led the tributes to former Levenmouth councillor Joyce Smith who died on Thursday, aged 78.
The funeral took place in Fife of Britain’s oldest Salvation Army officer.