Burma Star veteran and architect George Hogg has died at the age of 94.
George Murray Hogg joined Tayside Health Board as an architect in 1960 and was involved in the design of many of the hospitals in the area in the 1970s.
He worked on Kingscross Hospital, the orthopaedic and burns and plastics unit at Dundee Royal Infirmary and Ninewells Hospital.
Mr Hogg served in Burma during the Second World War and was one of the last surviving veterans of The Burma Star association in Scotland.
After the war he studied architecture and worked at the city chambers in Edinburgh before moving to Dundee.
He was a deacon of the Bonnetmakers, an elder of the Church at St Mary’s for some 20 years and the convener of the Fabric Committee, as well as a member of the Probus club.
He met his wife Delphine in Kent and they were married in 1948, recently celebrating their 67th anniversary.
His daughter Hilary said: “He was well known for his wicked sense of humour, entertaining many a small gathering with his jokes. He loved going to the dances in Dundee and spending Christmas with family at Crieff Hydro. He will be missed for his great humour and support he gave to many.”
Mr Hogg is survived by his wife and daughter.
His funeral service will take place at the Dundee Crematorium on Friday, October 2 at 3.30pm.