A photo of James McGillivray                                                (also known as Jim McGill)

James McGillivray (also known as Jim McGill)

13th Feb 1942 — 18th Nov 2023
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Lived for many years in Burbage, but was born in Nethy Bridge, Scotland.
Former owner of Thistle Loo Hire.

Peacefully passed away at home on Saturday 18th November 2023,

aged 81 years.

Beloved husband to Angela for 33 years.

Jim will be sadly missed by all of his family and friends.

Funeral service to take place at the Heart of England Crematorium, Nuneaton on Friday 8th December 2023 at 2pm.

Family flowers only please. Donations may be sent in memory of Jim, and may be given via this page or made payable to the RNLI (Royal National Lifeboat Institution) c/o. G. Seller 75, Upper Bond Street, Hinckley, Leics. LE10 1RH tel: 01455 637457.

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Funeral Service

Friday 8th December 2023

Heart of England Crematorium, Eastboro Way, Nuneaton, CV11 6WZ.

Messages Of Condolence

What a man, a true legend. You always looked after your customers so well.
Speedy Dave
Good bye Uncle Jimmy, my first year at the Abernethy Games will never be forgotten. Sorry I couldn't win the 100 yards for you!
Andrew McGillivray
Farewell Jim, you were our very good friend for over 40 years. We shall never forget you. Love Elaine and Bob
Robert Meredith
Rest in peace Jimmy. My thoughts are with Angela and family.
Drew Scott
You will be sadly missed Jimmy, our first lodger in Stoke Golding and have known you for all these years since. Sending my condolences to all the family at this very sad time.
You’re in my thoughts, Freda x
Freda Martin
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Rest in peace Jimmy. From your old pals in Nethy,Eddie and Lindsey xx
Eddie Millward
Jimmy,our good pal for many years, gone,but will never be forgotten. See you later. Eddie ,Lindsey and Family x
Eddie Millward
A very close friend.
Phill, Meiros, Helen, Jai and Susie.
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A very good friend. Will be sadly missed.
Phill, Meiros and family.
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