The past president of Fife Beekeepers Association, Robert Baird Simpson, has died aged 74.
Caroline Elizabeth Hill, a former teacher and charity worker who, with her husband, realised the dream of transforming an Angus quarry into an educational nature reserve, has died at her home near Forfar, aged 72.
Professor Kenneth (Ken) Lowe, a pioneer in cardiology and former physician to the Queen in Scotland, has died. He was 93.
Alan Beaufort Fraser, founder and chairman of Mountains Animal Sanctuary in Angus, has died peacefully, aged 80, at his Milton of Ogil home near Forfar.
Jim Scott, a former local athlete who devoted 35 years to Lochee Boys' Club, has died aged 87.
Dr Jacqui Wood, the "beautiful, feisty" woman who spearheaded the Ninewells Cancer Campaign for 20 years, died peacefully at home in Broughty Ferry on Sunday at the age of 65, herself a victim of the disease she fought so hard to combat.
Sheila Wallace Zieleniec, a well-known dancer and principal of Fife's most successful dance school, has died aged 81.
Alastair Milne, who was a leading Scottish educational psychologist with a particular interest in special needs, has died aged 81 after a brief illness.
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 last provost of Laurencekirk and former Mearns Academy rector Ian Frain has died at the age of 82.