Setting up an In Memory Fund is one of the most special ways in which to pay tribute to a loved one. All money donated in memory of your loved one will be held together, creating a growing and tangible fund towards Strathcarron Hospice.
Setting up an In Memory Fund takes just a couple of minutes and allows donations online at anytime from anywhere and you can add favourite photographs and share your fondest memories.
Your In Memory Fund can be shared with friends and family through email, Facebook or Twitter which allows everyone to contribute now and in the future.
Many supporters take on a challenge in memory of a loved one to raise money for Strathcarron Hospice and if you choose to do this you are able to ask family and friends to sponsor you through your In Memory Fund Page. This is possible with any type of activity whether or not it is a Strathcarron Hospice organised event.
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Beloved wife of James and much loved mam to Michael-Anthony and Rozalja, also a devoted nana to Brendan and Georgie, also a much loved sister, sister-in-law and auntie. Catherine (Ca-Ca) suddenly passed, but peacefully, at Ninewells Hospital, Dundee, on the 28th October 2020 will be sadly missed by all we knew and loved her. Due to Covid restrictions, the funeral service will be private, at St Alexander's Church, Denny, on November 11, at 11 am, thereafter to Hills of Dunipace Cemetery.
26 Feb 1957 - 28 Oct 2020
My mother spent the last 10 days of her life in Strathcarron Hospice. She died from bowel and liver cancers. Her treatment and the setting were wonderful and second to none.
My mother was a loving, kind and gentle lady. She will be remembered by her family and friends for her kindness and sense of humour. Miss her every day
20 Sep 1920 - 07 Apr 2001
Norah was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, sister, aunt and friend. She fought a brave battle against cancer since she was diagnosed in July 2019. Sadly, her fight was lost on July 21st this year. It was very difficult with the constraints of Covid, but her family all kept in touch and some were lucky to see her at the end. Instead of flowers, we would prefer donations to the hospice, to say thank you for the care, respect and consideration they showed her in her brief stay there until her sa
30 Nov 1936 - 21 Jul 2020
Jackie was full of life and fun and taken too soon from all of her many friends, colleagues and family who supported her through her journey with breast cancer. She and her family were so appreciative of the support she received from the Hospice, both as an out-patient and latterly as an in-patient in the last two months of her illness, that we would like to continue to raise funds for the Hospice, especially at this difficult time, when the Hospice has limited sources of support.
01 May 1962 - 22 Dec 2019
After the sudden death of James “Jim” Brown (82) the family would like any donations to be passed on to Strathcarron Hospice.
Jim died suddenly on the 27th of March 2020 and will be sadly missed by his wife Margaret and children Jim, Kenneth, Audrey, Grandchildren and Great grand children
09 Jul 1937 - 27 Mar 2020
My mum was the most amazing, brave and wonderful woman I've ever met. She was someone who lived through alot of sadness and tragedy yet never let it get her down. She always had a smile on and was there to help anyone before she helped herself. Even after being diagnosed with breast cancer she was more worried about how others were doing, especially my little boy. Callen was her little ray of light. They were always joined at the hip. Somehow a special relationship was forged between the two fro
16 May 1951 - 29 May 2018
Tom fought as a true warrior against the cholangiocarcinoma. He never lost the hope and he never gave up, fighting until the last second. Earth is a place for imperfect people to improve themselves, and Tom was perfect already. Probably this is why he had to leave us so soon.
As I am from Brazil, I never imagined that a place like Strathcarron could even exist. They are not only concerned about the comfort of their patients but also about the living ones. I don't have words to describe how am
06 Sep 1962 - 18 Jan 2020
Nothing short of the best, the heartbeat of our family. To a truly amazing Husband, Dad, Papa, Brother, Uncle, Cousin and dear friend to so many.
At peace now, always with us, we will continue to make you proud. ❤️
18 Aug 1953 - 11 Feb 2019
You gave me life, you kept me safe, and you made everything better. Thank you with all my heart. I was so proud to be your daughter, everything I am is because of you. I love you.
We hope we can help other families going through the same experience in your memory.
22 Dec 1958 - 19 Dec 2021
Much loved Wife, Mother, Gran and friend, Jackie was the loveliest lady you could ever meet and will be missed so much by everyone who knew her.
Sadly due to Covid 19 the many people who would wish to say their goodbyes to Jackie were unable to do so. The family would therefore appreciate any donations in lieu of flowers etc to be made to Strathcarron who were so instrumental and supportive in her care in the last few weeks.
22 Jul 1939 - 13 Jun 2020
Much loved wife of Micheal , Mum to Mark ,Micheal & Paul . Nan to Aidan & Daniel . Mother in law to Kirsty & Gillian.
Mary was a family person who loved the simple things in life , dogs , music , cinema , line dancing , reading, photos & music .
We’d like Mary to be remembered as fun , humorous , mischievous, cheeky & someone who wasn’t materialistic, all that mattered was family
26 Aug 1943 - 09 Jun 2020
Archivist, mother, daughter, wife, great at doing Mud's Tiger Feet dance, missed every single day.
"What will survive of us is love." - Philip Larkin
24 Jan 1963 - 05 Oct 2019
Mark was an open book he had a dry wit and huge heart. He loved family and friends dearly and after his diagnosis he said he had no regrets and left nothing unsaid. He left behind a massive hole in our lives but did it so bravely with his family at the centre of everything he did and we are so proud, but miss him every day. We cry because he is not with us but smile because he lived well and we have so many good memories to help remind us of all the good times we shared. Mark would want us all
20 Nov 1960 - 30 Jun 2019
A proud Welshman, adopted Scot - a man of faith with a love of rugby, brass bands, travelling and all things mining but above all a much loved Husband, Dad, Grancher, Uncle and friend ❤️
31 Mar 1937 - 31 Mar 2014