One of Fife’s most prominent businessmen, who was also a leading breeder of Aberdeen-Angus cattle, has died at the age of 83. Rae Grieve, of Carlhurlie, Lundin Links, died in Victoria Hospital, Kirkcaldy, after a long illness.
Willie Black, chairman of the Retired Melville-Brodie Club, has died at the age of 91.
Norman Gray, who was a well known face in west Fife as a reporter with The Courier, has died.
Davy LockHart, a fiddle player, artist and past member of Fife folk band Heritage, has died aged 92.
St Andrews chef and hotelier Brian John MacLennan, whose career included prestigious roles at some of Scotland’s top hotels, has died aged 67.
Former provost of Tayport Harry Clark has died at the age of 96.
The funeral has taken place of a Fife man who chose teaching over a blossoming career with Arbroath Football Club.
Miss Lucy Watson, who taught at St Leonards School in St Andrews for 26 years, has died at the age of 88.
Tributes poured in for Sammy Conn, former captain and manager of Cowdenbeath FC, who sadly died on Sunday at the age of 52.
A family friend of Connie McNeilance, from Leven, who died aged 95, has paid tribute to the “extraordinary woman” who was like a mother to her.