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Mourners lined Knowe Road to say a final farewell to Stewart Lambie MBE after his funeral last Thursday.
As a mark of respect his coffin was carried from the Brodick Church by serving members of the Arran Mountain Rescue Team, of which Stewart was a founding member and team leader for 27 years. He was then transported to Brodick Old Cemetery in one of the mountain rescue vehicles where he was laid to rest after a private family service.
Mr Lambie who died on Monday April 16 at Lamlash War Memorial Hospital was well known for his community work. He was 85. A spokesman for the mountain rescue team said: ‘His commitment and contribution to the team over the years has been extraordinary and he will always be a big part of everything we do.’
A full obituary of the life and work of Mr Lambie will appear in the future edition of the Banner.
Members of the mountain rescue team carry his coffin from the church. 01_B19lambie01
Mourners line Knowe Road and the mountain rescue vehicles leave the church. 01_B19lambie02