Alan Birss Obituary, Death – Paisley Abbey was the location of the funeral service for a former minister who served there. The devastating news that Alan Birss had passed away was broken to him and the rest of the world by his family early on morning. “We truly regret having to publish this notice, and doing so causes us a great deal of sorrow,” the note says. On December 9th, Alan passed away at his home in Aboyne with Carol by his side. He had been dealing with his illness for some time. We are writing to offer our most sincere sympathies and to make sure you are aware of this news because the information has caused us a great lot of distress and we want you to know about it.
At the end of September, he was given a diagnosis of stage four oesophageal cancer, and ever since that time, he has been undergoing palliative therapy. He is expected to pass away within the next few weeks. He was battling cancer while maintaining a positive attitude in spite of the difficulties he was experiencing. It is a terrible turn of events that he was unable to recover from the disease despite making all attempt possible. It is thought that he lost away as a result of a large internal hemorrhage that took place inside of his body. His passing was a devastating loss.
The funeral service will begin at 11:15 a.m. local time on Wednesday, the 21st of December, and will be held in Paisley Abbey. Following the service, the remains of the deceased will be cremated in a private ceremony. In addition, during the course of the new year, there will be a Thanksgiving ceremony held in Aboyne. At this time, flowers should only be sent to the immediate family. Donations to Paisley Abbey are being requested in lieu of flowers from anyone who wish to express their condolences to the family (Abbey Close, Paisley, PA1 1JG). With a tremendous deal of attention to detail and worry,