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Funeral for young truck driver who died on A9 to take place in Nairn

By Rachel Smart

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Jamie Noble tragically died on the A9.
Jamie Noble tragically died on the A9.

The funeral of a young man who tragically died on the A9 will take place on April 4.

Truck driver, Jamie Noble (30) was killed in a road traffic accident while 'doing the job he loved.'

In an announcement by David M Ellen Funeral Directors, Jamie was described as a 'beloved fiance' and a 'proud and adored father' of Daniel.

The notice read: "Jamie Noble of Moss-side Brae, Nairn, aged 30 years, beloved fiance of Morven, a proud and adored father of Daniel, a much loved son of Angela and James and stepson of Linda and Simon, a dear brother of Becca, Thurston, Annie and Tommy, a devoted grandson, a cherished son in law, nephew and a sadly missed relative, colleague and friend to many."

His funeral service will take place at Nairn Old Parish Church on Thursday, April 4 at 1.00pm thereafter to Nairn Cemetery.

The notice said: "All friends respectfully invited. Wearing a splash of colour, if desired, would be appreciated. Family flowers only please, donations in lieu, if desired, may be given at the service to MFR Cash for Kids."

A fundraiser launched to support Jamie's family has now reached over £9000.

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