Lorna Anderson Death, Obituary – Lorna Anderson, who was 90 years old when she passed away on January 3, 2023, did not have to suffer any discomfort in her final days before she died. She was able to rest comfortably in the familiar surroundings of her own home, surrounded by the members of the loving family that she had cherished throughout the entirety of her life. She was able to pass away peacefully. Beloved wife of the late Harold, cherished mother of Elizabeth, Harry, Ray, Alick, and Douglas, cherished mother-in-law, and devoted, proud grandmother and great grandmother to her children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. Beloved mother of Elizabeth, Harry, Ray, Alick, and Douglas; cherished mother-in-law; cherished mother-in-law.
Treasured mother of Elizabeth, Harry, Ray, and Alick, as well as a doted-upon mother-in-law. Beloved mother of Elizabeth, Harry, Ray, and Alick; cherished mother-in-law; much loved mother-in-law. Beloved mother of Elizabeth, Harry, Ray, and Alick. Mother of Elizabeth, Harry, Ray, and Alick who is well regarded, as well as a mother-in-law who is adored by her sons and daughters-in-law. I was shocked to learn of the passing of, and I sincerely hope you will accept my heartfelt sympathies and sympathy during this difficult time. On Thursday, January 12, a ceremony of thanksgiving for the life of Lorna will be held in The Almanythie Hall in Peterhead, which is located on Grange Road. The service will take place on Thursday.
The ceremony is scheduled to take place on Thursday, the 12th of January. The event will get underway at 10:30 in the morning as originally planned. All of the close friends of the person who has passed away are cordially invited to attend the burial at Grange Cemetery, which will take place immediately after the service. They will have the opportunity to express their deepest condolences and pay their last respects to the person who has passed away. Flowers will only be accepted from relatives of the immediate family of the dead. However, in lieu of sending flowers, you are more than welcome to make a donation to the local Macmillan Nurses’ Association at the door to the venue. You are welcome to make a donation in place of sending flowers if you so choose.