A tribute fund is a special way of celebrating the life of a loved one. It enables you, your family and friends the opportunity to come together to celebrate the life they lived and the impact they made in a very personal and positive way.The fund is named after the person you are remembering. Family and friends from across the world can donate and write a tribute. All the money that is raised in their memory for Ayrshire Hospice is allocated to the fund, which you can watch grow over time. It can be extremely rewarding to see a tribute fund grow, and you can contribute to the fund in whichever way you choose.
In memory of Eric, a man who was absolutely devoted to his family.
Eric loved to be with his family and found great joy spending time in their company; be it golfing with his brother, having a movie night with his sons, or simply just sitting at home chatting with his loving wife, Mary. Eric found fun and laughter whoever he was with and, so long as he could make us smile with a quick-witted comment or a daft joke, then he was happy. Words cannot express how much we will miss him, but we'll r
31 Aug 1961 - 21 Apr 2021
In memory of my dear husband who loved life and lived it to the fullest. He had a wicked sense of humour and a beautiful smile that engaged everyone he came into contact with. He loved sports a very competitive person participated in football, squash, badminton, pool and darts. He played in the ‘Huddersfield Table Tennis League’ for many years, until we moved to Troon 3 years ago.
A much loved Dad, Grandad and Great Grandad words cannot express how much we will miss him.
All the Hospice staff
29 Mar 1946 - 12 Feb 2021
In dedication to a much loved mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, and beautiful friend to all.
21 Apr 1929 - 19 Nov 2020
Annette Fraser Baird...
Always a smile, always a kind word, always had time to listen.... an example to all of a life well led,
In memory of Allan (Frosty), who will be sorely missed by his loving wife Mary, children Fiona and Colin, Father in law of William and Stacey and grandsons, Murray and Calvin. Allan was a man who lived life to the full enjoying his hobbies of curling and rallying making many lifetime friends who describe him as one in a million. Allan will be greatly missed by his both his family and many friends. He was proud to be a fifth generation market gardener and enjoyed growing his vegetables and flo
01 Sep 1951 - 23 May 2021
My Dad was a much loved husband, father and papa who would do anything to please others. He loved working in the garden and enjoyed a Pernot or two in the Kay Park Bowling Club.
After two kidney transplants he found a new lease of life working at Crosshouse Hospital where he met many life-long friends.
In the last year of his life he received a lot of support through Ayrshire Hospice and we would like to thank them by raising funds in his memory.
01 Aug 1961 - 23 Apr 2021
My lovely husband. The kindest, most loving and helpful man I ever met. A wicked sense of humour and so selfless. Still active and making plans to cycle round the Mull of Kintyre right until the end. Words cannot express how much I miss him.
09 Jul 1946 - 24 Oct 2020
The hospice, in particular the respite and response team, helped our dad tremendously during his short illness, and we'd like to say thank you by creating this tribute page.
17 Jun 1960 - 10 Jul 2020
In memory of my father Robert Farrell who was a keen supporter of Ayrshire Hospice through his nephew Colin Loy.
I know times are hard at the moment, but I would like to ask you if you could make a small donation to enable a lovely leaf to be engraved and put on to The Celebration Tree at the Hospice in Greig’s memory. Thank You x
In memory of Dad, who passed away peacefully at the Ayrshire Hospice, we would appreciate any donations to help continue the amazing work that the hospice does.
Dad was a volunteer driver for the Ayrshire Hospice for almost 16 years, after taking early retirement from the Bank of Scotland. Dad loved to chat, and he enjoyed meeting the many people that he drove to and from the hospice - he was often humbled by the humour, resilience and positivity they showed in the face of their battles, and
13 Jun 1947 - 13 Oct 2020
My dear Sister Elrose died in the Hospice on Monday, 8th July, 2019.
She was a loving Wife to George, dearly loved Mum to Euan and Niall, a much loved Gran to
Robyn, Heather, Evie, Lachlan and Isla and a dear Mother in law to Kate and Fiona.
We as a family will never forget the outstanding care and attention given to Elrose and us by all the Doctors, Nurses, Auxiliaries and Volunteers during the five weeks she was a patient, she wanted to go into the Hospice and felt safe and very happy in
10 Jul 1946 - 08 Jul 2019
In memory of Steve, Elaine and family would appreciate any donations to our chosen charity, the Ayrshire Hospice.
All the staff at the Ayrshire Hospice were outstandingly professional and we sincerely thank them for their care and support.
Elaine, Lucy, and Laura
02 Dec 1952 - 01 Aug 2020