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Service of Thanksgiving for the Life of Bev Due

by (Rev.) Hector Morrison

Highland Theological College

 Noel and Bev Due

By now many of her friends will know that Bev(erley) Due went to be with the Lord on Tuesday 10th March. Services of committal and thanksgiving were held in South Australia on Friday afternoon.
Bev and Noel together had a significant ministry in various parts of Scotland for 12 years between 1992 and 2004. Their lives touched many of our lives in a deep way and it seemed fitting to a number of us that it would be both appropriate and also pastorally helpful for many among us to gather to give thanks to the Father for his gift to us of Bev.
To that end a service of thanksgiving will be held in -

Kinmylies Parish Church, Inverness


the evening of

Thursday 19th March, 2009



All are warmly invited and will be most welcome.
In the Saviour's name

Hector Morrison, HTC


Ed footnote:

Noel, Bev and their three children (Stephen, Tim and Merran) lived in the Inverness and Beauly (Belladrum) areas while they were in Scotland. Noel came to the Highlands to take up the pastorate at Kinmylies Baptist Church in Inverness.

Later he moved to became part of the teaching staff of the Highland Theological College in Dingwall as lecturer in Pastoral Theology. They were called back to Corromandale Baptist Church in 2004, the church they left, in Adelaide .

During her time in Scotland, Bev taught in local schools as a supply teacher and worked in Crown Primary before obtaining a job share in Muirtown Primary School.

Messages of condolence can be sent to Noel and family at:

Rev. Dr. Noel Due

41 Oakridge Road
Aberfolye Park
South Australia

Alternatively a book will be available to sign at Kinmylies Church on the night.

The Dues at the wedding of their daughter Merran in January 2009

(Author: Hector Morrison)

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