MORAG


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Morag added: "She was so happy with her card from the Queen and a telegram from the Deputy Lord Lieutenant.
Morag, on her own, has managed to get the place up and running again.
Offer innovative solutions to real problems: Morag talked about the fact that some organisations, in the interest of developing new products and services, end up creating solutions that look to solve problems that customers don't see.
When her sister commented that Harry was "walking funny," Morag put it down to arthritis in his knee due to years of high impact sport.
I went with Morag to the flat and they dropped a bottle behind me to try to scare me.
A no-nonsense Scot with a heart of gold and a wicked sense of humour, Morag was an amazing woman who I and everyone knew too briefly.
Boardman, 43, wrote: "So sad to hear of the passing of the wonderful Morag Siller.
Morag is a qualified nurse and worked in the NHS as a ward sister and in a GP practice before moving into care home management.
In summer 2011, Morag, who was then 17 and studying for her A-levels in performing arts at St Mary's College, began to notice something wasn't quite right with one of her breasts.
Morag, 74, was admitted to the University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff, on June 22 after her metal hip popped out in her garden.