Stuart Clark Obituary, Leith Rugby Long Time Member died sadly

Stuart Clark Death, Obituary – “I am writing to share the sad news that Stuart Clark passed away on Wednesday, the 14th of December. My condolences go out to you and your family. It is with a great deal of regret that I have to deliver this information to you at this time. Funeral services for him are scheduled to take place at a later date.”

Throughout the 1970s, Stuart was an integral part of the Leith Rugby team and served as a belligerent hooker for the club. He also captained the team for a few seasons. He participated in club activities for a significant portion of time. When I spoke with Stuart a few months ago, it was clear that he was ecstatic about the fact that his grandson had been selected for the Scottish rugby league World Cup squad.

In fact, it was clear that he was ecstatic about the fact that his grandson had been selected. In point of fact, it was very obvious that he was positively giddy with excitement. During this trying time, our thoughts and prayers are with Sandra and all of her family members. When one was in his company, there was never a dull moment because he was a good friend, and one could never describe the time spent with him as boring.

During this difficult time, we want Sandra and her family to know that they are in our thoughts and prayers. Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers. On Wednesday, December 28, at ten in the morning, the wake and funeral for Stuart will be held at the Seafield Crematorium. These events will take place in Seafield.