He will be sadly missed by all the Brethren at Lodge Almondale 1658 and throughout the province of Linlithgowshire for his humour, advice, and encouragement and for the 62 years service he gave to the craft.
Always in our thoughts,
Rest in peace Brother Lamond
Goodbye my friend
Had a life to live and lived it well . Great memories cheers my friend and brother
Gordon Easton :
Ernie, no words can describe you. A unique, one off individual who will be sorely missed by family, friends & your many brothers....from Adam, Agnes & Adam Laurie
Left by Adam Laurie:
I knew mostly through freemasonry, he had a tremendous sense of humour and some character. A more dedicated man and mason your never likely to meet. R.I.P my brother
Sincere condolences to all the family at this very sad time.
Ernie will be remembered by all who knew him with a smile.
A true gentleman and Brother.
Rest in peace 🤝
Left by Gordon Sharp:
I knew Ernie since being a young teenager, he used to wind me up on the supporters bus when heading to watch our team at ibrox, every so often when the match was near finished, I’d see him walking back to the bus so I reduced my walking pace and gave him a bit of company to ensure he made it back alright. I then got payback him for winding me up when I started seeing him at Masonic meetings, I’d tap him on the shoulder so he’d look the other way thinking it was someone else. Small memories with big feelings, he will be missed dearly indeed. Condolences & prayers to all family and close friends. Rest easy Brother Lamond.
“With the angels I’ll be singing, up in heaven there up above, I’ll be singing follow follow, to the Rangers that I love.“