Celebrating the life of Viv Adam

May 24, 2022

 

It is with deep sadness that we share the news our friend and colleague Viv Adam has died.  Viv was a wonderful woman, who was vibrant and fun, compassionate and caring, and who had a real generosity of spirit.

Viv joined our celebrant team in 2017, and from the start it was clear she was a perfect match to the role.  Viv had a warmth that could bring comfort and joy in equal measure, and every ceremony she wrote and delivered reflected her natural connection with couples and families.

A celebration of Viv’s life will take place at 2pm on Thursday 9th June 2022 at Clyde Coast and Garnock Valley Crematorium, KA24 5LE.  The ceremony will be just as Viv wanted, which includes everyone wearing bright and happy colours. If you are unable to join in person, the ceremony will be live-streamed and will also be available for a further 7 days to view. The details of how to join us online are below.

Go to:
https://wesleymedia.co.uk/webcast-view
Login PIN. 186-0339

As colleagues and friends we will miss Viv and all that she brought to our team.  We know her loss will be felt deeply by all who knew her and our thoughts are with her family and closest friends.

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