Miriam Jane Buchan Death, Obituary – Despite the unexpected nature of the events that led to her death, Miriam Jane Buchan (Mir), who was 68 years old when she passed away on November 24, 2022 at the Aberdeen Royal Infirmary, did not exhibit any signs of distress prior to her passing. She was a dearly loved and cherished mother of Roberta May and Brian; a dear mother-in-law to Shona and Gary; a proud and devoted grandmother of Mason and Kai; a much loved daughter of Bertha and the late Philip; a dear sister, sister-in-law, aunt, great aunt, cousin, and friend to many; she will be greatly missed by all of those who knew her.
Roberta May was a proud and devoted grandmother of Mason and Kai. Mason and Kai Roberta May was an incredibly loving and proud grandma to her grandchildren, Mason and Kai. Roberta May was an extraordinarily loving grandmother to her grandkids, Mason and Kai, and she took great pride in her grandchildren’s accomplishments. Roberta May and Brian will feel a profound void in their lives as a result of the loss of their much loved and treasured mother. She was a proud and devoted Roberta.
Roberta was a proud and devoted woman. Shona and Gary will miss having their proud and devoted mother in their lives a great deal. Roberta was a proud and devoted woman. Extremely agonizing, and the vacuum in our lives that their passing will create will be deeply felt and extremely challenging to fill. There will be a service of thanksgiving performed for the life of Miriam at The Almanythie Hall in Peterhead, which can be found on Grange Road. The service will take place on Monday, December 12, at one o’clock in the afternoon.
On December 10, 2018, Miriam passed away after a long battle with illness. A cordial invitation is issued to everyone who might be interested in going to the event, and they are encouraged to do so. The burial will take place at Grange Cemetery immediately after the end of the memorial service. We would appreciate it if you will refrain from calling the number that has been provided. Flowers will only be accepted from members of the deceased person’s immediate family; however, in lieu of flowers, you are invited to give money at the door of the hall for the charity of your choice. This is a representation of the assistance that Miriam has been providing to others over the past few days.