Lan Smith Death, Obituary – On the 28th day of December in the year 2022, Ian Smith passed away when he was a patient at Dr. Gray’s Hospital in Elgin. This was the location when he succumbed to his injuries and passed away. He had spent all 94 of his years on this planet as a resident of Buckie’s Lady Road, where he had resided for the entirety of his life. His death came as a complete surprise to everyone, although he was in no discomfort whatsoever in the moments leading up to his departure. He was a dedicated husband to his wife Agnes (Nessie), a cherished father to his children Ian, Derek, Colinne, and Kevin, and a cherished grandfather and great-grandfather to his numerous grandkids and great-grandchildren.
Additionally, a beloved grandfather in addition to a great-grandfather at this point in time. In addition to this, everyone of his grandchildren and great-grandchildren have a unique and important place in his heart, and he savours any opportunity he has to spend time with them. In addition to this, he has a sizable brood of cherished grandchildren and great-grandchildren who, once he is no longer around, will miss him dreadfully. After passing away, the person who will have a funeral service held in their honour will have the ceremony take place at the Moray Crematorium on Thursday, January 12 at 12.30 p.m. after the funeral.
After the passing of the individual in question, the funeral service will then take place. Everyone is cordially invited, and before we get started, we would want to express our heartfelt gratitude for the opportunity to make the most of this event in any way that we can. Flowers are something that should only be provided by members of the deceased person’s immediate family; however, if you would like to share your condolences, you can make a donation to the Royal National Lifeboat Institution instead of sending flowers, if that is something that you would prefer to do instead of sending flowers. Flowers are something that should only be provided by members of the deceased person’s immediate family. Flowers would be really appreciated, but if they could only be sent by members of the close family, that would be fine.