In Loving Memory of


Sandy Wallace

Sandy was a loving husband, dad, grandad, brother and friend to many. He had a variety of hobbies, including golf, country dancing, mens club, bowling, badminton and of course gardening.

He loved all sports, especially watching Formula 1, the national football and rugby teams and Aberdeen FC.

He had a great many friends and people who knew and cared for him, so if you wish to leave a message, comment or story (funny or otherwise), to pay your respects, we would be very grateful.

Thank you

Darren, Ashley and Kerry

Book Owner: Kerry Houston
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Anthony and Lesley Swinbank

Such a lovely service at the Panbride Church on Wednesday and then seeing Kerry and Ashley afterwards at the hotel. Although we didn’t see Sandy and Fiona as much as we would have liked over the years – the times they came down to Sedgefield were always memorable and so much fun, and we …

Nigel Robinson

Sandy was a  genuinely lovely man. He and Fiona were the best neighbours and we had great fun living across the road from them.  They were so inclusive of everyone from young to old.  On arrival in Craigmill Gardens, Sandy and Fiona initiated a monthly games night with their immediate neighbours which became a …

Ann James

I have very fond memories of Sandy and Fiona. When I was first married and living in Drumsturdy Road they always included us in community events and were so helpful if I ever needed anything. Two summer holiday with them were lots of fun and Fiona was so good at thinking of ways to …

Sandra Thiedeman

Have fond memories of Uncle Sandy and Auntie Fiona from times of visiting at Alona, especially when passing by Newbiggin’ on a trip back from Dundee in my late teens.  After I moved to USA we had several trips home, the first time Lewis met Sandy and Fiona was at a family even and …

Ali Grant

Sandy was the best manager I ever had during my working life at NCR. Always honest, truthful and fair and I think because of that we all went the extra mile if jobs proved difficult. He and Fiona also managed to convince me to go to dances at Monikie Hall with Mac and Helen …


I had the honour of being flowergirl at Uncle Sandy and Auntie Fionas Wedding. Not that i remember it but I still have my dress and photographs.  I remember my holidays at ‘Alona’ and Auntie Fiona showing me how to make an egg roll in the microwave . Also Uncle Sandy letting me help …

Helen Middleton

I have many happy memories of holidays at “Alona” with Uncle Sandy and Auntie Fiona. The fun memory that stands out was Uncle Sandy always trying to show me the correct way to open a dairy lea triangle! I also remember helping Auntie Fiona when Darren was a baby. Neil remembers great chats with …

David and Elizabeth Anderson

David and Elizabeth Anderson  A lovely service at Panbride Church this morning and a fitting tribute to Sandy who did so much for his local community. We have fond memories of Whitfield High swimming and badminton, Newbigging P.T.A events and of course Monikie Hall dances. Sandy’s involvement, encouragement and good humour will be greatly …

Alison and Chris Rowley

Our condolences to Darren Ashley and Kerry, we will always remember both Sandy and Fiona with lots of love in our hearts. Especially their visit to Australia and our home in March 2003. What awesome wonderful time we had with them both. Our weather was our usual HOT late summer. Their last night with …

Rae and Russell (neighbours number 5)

A lovely service at panbride church- sorry to not make it at the golf hotel. Sandy will be so missed- such a well liked man- nicest we knew. Will always remember when he gave me Fiona’s bike during the first lockdown- will always think of him when I’m out riding it. Our thoughts are …
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