Eleanor Munro

Funeral Service: Tue 21st Dec 2021

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Peacefully, on Saturday, 11th December, 2021 at Dr Gray’s Hospital, Eleanor, dearly loved mum of Fiona and the late Michael, much loved granny of Daisy and the late Sam, nannie to Hope and Mallie, a loving foster carer to so many amazing children whom she adored, and a beloved sister, auntie and treasured friend. Funeral service at W.G. Catto Funeral Home, Linkwood Road, Elgin on Tuesday, 21st December at 1pm. Thereafter to Elgin cemetery. All family and friends respectfully invited. Family flowers only please, but donations, if desired to the Salvation Army.

Funeral Service

Location

W. G. Catto Funeral Home

Date & Time

1:00pm Tue 21st Dec 2021

Burial Service

Location

Elgin Cemetery

Date & Time

1:30pm Tue 21st Dec 2021

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W.G. Catto Funeral Directors

Linkwood Road
Elgin
IV30 6RE

01343 547 371
info@wgcatto.co.uk

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