In Memory Messageboard
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Miss you every day, but know you’ll be happy in the hills with the snow. Xxx
Thinking of you. The mountains were your happy place so hope you’ve managed to summit a few more on your travels. Stay safe wherever you are. X
Always in our hearts Laird who lost his life in Glencoe 2007. Thanks to the team who brought him home. 🙏 ❤
You are always in our thoughts. We miss you each and every day.
Lost without you.💔
Miss u loads my auld pal! Hills aren’t the same without you
I miss you.
I think about all the conversations we’ve yet to have, the mountains and hills we’ve yet to climb, and all I’m left with is the thought of you dying alone on the hills above Bundalloch.
SMR and SARDA brought you home to us, so very grateful to them always.
A husband, Dad and Grandpa who loved to walk especially in the mountains and quiet, wild places. Always in our hearts.
Rest in peace
John: We missed you in Braemar in March but will continue to meet and climb hills together and raise a glass in your memory whenever we do so. We look forward to meeting up again and returning to the hills that you knew well.
Loved, always and forever.
In memory of Karen's brother, Lachan
Love from your magnificent 7 friends xx
In loving memory of a very special man, who loved to walk and climb anytime he could. He was very grateful to know that Scottish Mountain Rescue had his back.
Love you always Dad
In memory of Tony, who died doing what he loved - walking in the mountains.
Donation collected in Tony's memory.
In memory of William. A passionate Scot who loved the highland and was at his happiest when he was climbing a mountain. He is missed by us all.
Thanks for all the laughs and wonderful memories on the Scottish Mountains, Mike. We will all miss you.
28th August 1960 - 02 March 2021
Lost without you