Jim Moffett Payne (2 Jul 1944 - 14 Mar 2020)

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Jim
(Berwick-Upon-Tweed/Edinburgh)

Suddenly on Saturday March 14 2020, Jim, much loved husband of Maureen, adored dad of Julie and Jonathan and their partners Kevin and Helen and proud granda of Lucy, Freya, Callum and James. Funeral private at family's request. Family flowers only please but donations, if desired, may be made to the British Heart Foundation.

Lyndsay and David Yuill donated £10 in memory of Jim
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Barbara Brigden wrote

I am making a donation in loving memory of Jim who was a lovely friend. We spent enjoyable times together in Balerno and London and holidays with memorable walks with the "Hard Boiled Egg Walking Club". He will never be forgotten.
Barbara

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Elizabeth Patterson donated £20 in memory of Jim

So sad to hear of your loss, Jim was a lovely man and will be greatly missed.

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Lyndsay Yuill wrote

Jim was a loving dad to our good friends Jonathon and Helen and a loving grandson James. Lots of love, from, Lyndsay, Davie, Jamie and Adam xxx

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Lyndsay Yuill wrote

Jim was a loving dad to our good friends Helen and Jonathon and an amazing grandad to James. Thinking of you all. Lots of love, from, Lyndsay, Davie, Jamie and Adam xxx

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Kathllen and Allan Lowe donated in memory of Jim
Photo of happier times.    Thinking of you all today and remembering  Jim. xx

Photo of happier times. Thinking of you all today and remembering Jim. xx

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Andrew & Ruth Miller donated £50 in memory of Jim

We were deeply saddened to hear of Jim's sudden death - he will be sorely missed. Jim was a very kind and supportive friend and we have very fond and happy memories of great times at 'The Railway Inn'. What a thoroughly lovely man. Our heartfelt condolences go out to Maureen and her family.

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Steve Cockburn donated £20 in memory of Jim

Thinking of you all today.

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Steve Cockburn wrote

Thinking of you all today. Xx

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Steve Cockburn wrote

Thinking of you all today. Xx

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Joyce Elliott wrote

Dearest Maureen and family,

We send you our heartfelt sympathy on your loss of Jim.

We knew him because of our long-standing friendship with you.

He was such a gracious host to us when we visited from across the pond. We enjoyed the food, the wine and the discussions.

He will be missed.


Our love and our prayers to you all.

Joyce and Ken Elliott

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Joyce Elliott wrote

Dearest Maureen and family,
It was our pleasure to know Jim through our long friendship with you.
On our trips across the pond, he was such a gracious host, we loved our discussions and sharing a meal and friendship.
Our heartfelt sympathy, our love and our prayers a for such a grievous loss.

Joyce and Ken

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Patricia Besford donated £10 in memory of Jim

Thinking of you Maureen and all the Family especially on Tuesday.
Treasure all your wonderful memories of Jim.

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Mary Balgue donated in memory of Jim

Jim was my favourite cousin. I knew him well in the 1950’s and he was always kind and caring.He was the big brother I would have loved to have had.Our thoughts and prayers are with Maureen, Julie,Jonathan, Lucy,Freya,Callum and James.

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Claire Liddle donated in memory of Jim

Julie, thinking of you & your family at this very sad time.

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Peter Cowlishaw donated in memory of Jim
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Claire Liddle wrote

Julie, thinking of you & your family at this sad time.

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Andrew & Ruth Miller wrote

We were deeply saddened to hear of Jim's sudden death, he will be sorely missed. Jim was a very kind and supportive friend and we have very fond memories of great times at 'The Railway Inn'. What a thoroughly lovely man.

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Andrew & Ruth Miller wrote

We were deeply saddened to hearcof Jim's death, he will be sorely missed. Jim wss a very kind and supportive friend and we have fond and happy memories of great times at 'The Railway Inn'. What a thoroughly lovely man.

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Dorothy & Robin Parkin donated £25 in memory of Jim
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Harry and Carol Creese donated £30 in memory of Jim

First met Jim in mid sixties when attending classes for Bank exams. By 70's we both lived in Balerno. In the 80's we became neighbours in Crosswood Crescent and also work colleagues-he was a great boss. During the 90's we became regular golf partners and enjoyed the occasional pint together-a long and happy connection through our lives.
So, a colleague neighbour, golf buddy, but above all he was my friend. A thoroughly decent and always pleasant man- an honour to have known him.
Condolences to Maureen, Julie and Jonathan. Our thoughts are with you.

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Linda and Hamish Chisholm donated £50 in memory of Jim

Jim was a work colleague and friend for almost 50 years. He was just a lovely guy who will be sorely missed.

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Audrey & Mike Spencer donated £30 in memory of Jim

We first met many years ago in Majorca on a walking holiday organised by HPB. We became close friends and stayed with Jim and Maureen at their home enjoying the Edinburgh Jazz Festival. You will be sadly missed Jim by many, your Nottingham friends Audrey & Mike

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Alan and Margaret Sheel wrote

Thinking of you all at this very sad time.
RIP Jim

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Alan and Margaret Sheel wrote

Thinking of you all at this very sad time.
RIP Jim

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Michele Hughes donated in memory of Jim

Julie,
Thinking of you and your family as this very sad time. Give each other a big hug as each day is a gift.
Take care
Your MyPGS family

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Moyra Dick wrote

A lovely man always with a smile! My memories go back to the 70s in our RBS days, through the Pensioners Association and onto the Gym days where we tried to put the world to rights, with lots of humour and laughter! Love to Maureen and all the Family.

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Porteous Funeral Directors - Juniper Green . wrote

I knew Jim through RBS for many years, he was such a lovely guy. I pass on my kindest thoughts to the family - he will be missed at our gatherings. Ian Cuthbert.

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Rod McCall wrote

Very sorry to hear about your loss of Jim. I took over from Jim at Leith Walk Branch way back in time. I met him many times over the years and found him to be one of the good guys. RBS needed more like him. He will be very much missed. My sincere condolences. Rod.





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