A former Dundee High School head of chemistry, senior science master, and Scottish Examination Board principal examiner of chemistry has been laid to rest in a family funeral.
A memorial service is to be held in Kirriemuir Old Parish Church on Saturday January 20 to celebrate the life of Lt Colonel Andrew Houstoun OBE MC DL.
Magdalene Black, a stalwart of Stonehaven’s Sea Cadets for four decades, has died aged 71 after a long battle with ill health.
Former RAF Leuchars Station Commander Air Commodore Jack Haines OBE RAF has passed away peacefully aged 72 after bravely fighting Alzheimer's disease for 13 years.
A Dundee-born social worker who once rescued a man drowning in the River Tay has died aged 68 after a battle with pancreatic cancer.
Tribute has been paid to a Cupar teacher who died suddenly at the age of 60.
The life of accomplished musician, principal teacher and Tayside Symphony Orchestra founder Ron Walker will be celebrated at a memorial service on Friday.
A “land girl” who was decorated by the Queen for services to her country during the Second World War has died, aged 98.
Former Kirriemuir GP Donald Finlay McKenzie has died peacefully at home, aged 76, following a battle with prostate cancer.
Grahame Sutherland, a well-known character in rugby and cricket circles in Fife and the Borders, has died suddenly in hospital at the age of 55.