The Rev Hamish MacNab, a former Fife minister who spent more than 20 years in Angus following his retirement, has died aged 94.
A son of the manse, Mr MacNab was brought up in Irvine, Ayrshire, and went to St Andrews University.
A very keen golfer, he represented the university, played in the Scottish Amateur competition and was a finalist in the 1937 Eden Trophy.
He married Daphne in 1938 and was in the RAF during the second world war, mainly in the Middle East.
After his graduation from the faculty of divinity at Edinburgh University in 1947, Mr MacNab became minister at Kilrenny Church, Anstruther, in 1948. He spent 40 very happy years there.
Mrs MacNab was one of the first female church elders and became president of the Scottish Women’s Guild in 1979.
They loved to travel, and in 1964 drove with their caravan and four younger children to Jerusalem.
Mr MacNab retired in 1987 and they moved to Kirriemuir, enjoying picnics in the Angus glens and attending Memus Church.
He was predeceased by his wife in 2007, shortly before what would have been their 70th wedding anniversary.
Mr MacNab is survived by four of his five children, 13 grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren.