Dougy’s daughter Lisa has been in touch.
“Just to advise that my dads funeral details are:-
31st December at Dalnottar Crematorium 2.30 pm.
Then afterwards to Old Kilpatrick Bowling Club. “
“Can I also take this opportunity to thank you for the lovely tribute that was shared yesterday. My mum sister and I were touched by it.”
I’m sure that many a 214 BB tie will be on display.
I’m sad to intimate that Dougy Law passed away last night.
A big character in the 214 and bowling fraternities, Dougy is seen here on the left with his lifelong friend Joe Noble.
Dougy was 77 and a great footballer in his day and played professionally in New Zealand. Winning the equivalent of the Scottish Cup there twice.
Click here to read the News clipping “The Kiwi Connection”,that was put on the website in 2017.
Dougy the Bass drummer, played with various bands including Renfrew, Red Hackle, Milngavie, City of Glasgow & latterly with The Burgh of Renfrew.
I always remember him on the Bass at the 214 Displays and there after at contests. He made it look effortless, as he had a natural ability to make the Bass sing.
We pass on our condolences to his wife Margaret, daughters LIsa, Julie and the rest of the family at this sad time.
Once we know the funeral arrangements, they will be placed on the website.