David Goodfellow, who died at home in Broughty Ferry on July 15, was a man whose passion for food and for history, sense of duty and easy, unassuming way with people helped nurture the family bakery business of Goodfellow and Steven and the many causes and charities he supported throughout his long life.
A 93-year-old Dundee man, prominent in local bowling for years, has died in Ninewells Hospital.
Professor Kenneth (Ken) Lowe, a pioneer in cardiology and former physician to the Queen in Scotland, has died. He was 93.
The Rev Tom Robertson, a former minister of St James' Church in Broughty Ferry, has died after a long illness. He was 77.
John Crole, a prominent businessman in Blairgowrie and Rattray, has died in Blairgowrie Cottage Hospital. He was 69 and had been ill for some time.
The school community of Forfar Academy has been rocked by the devastating loss of popular depute rector John Vannet.
A former deacon of the Baker’s Incorporation of Dundee has died in his 100th year.
A well-known figure in the East Neuk has died five years after being diagnosed with a rare condition.
FIFE COUNCIL’S managing solicitor, David Stuart Crosbie, has died after a short illness. He was 57.
Alan “Buck” Rodger, 72, The Courier’s oldest paperboy, has died following a short illness.