Angus Blackstock Obituary, Death- Everyone connected with the Kingussie Camanachd Club was shocked and grieved to learn about the passing of Angus Blackstock, who had previously served as the club secretary.
During his tenure as Club Secretary, which spanned from 1995 until 2010, Angus, who passed away in 2010, lived to see Kingussie win seven consecutive Camanachd Cups, beginning in 1997 and continuing until 2003. Angus passed away at the age of 91. On Friday, the funeral for Angus took place in Brora, the hometown of his wife. Originally from Wick, he relocated to Kingussie in 1964 to take over the role of Station Master there. After that, in 1965, there was an end to the employment of Station Masters, and he took a job at the Aviemore Railway station instead. Since 1964, Angus had made his home in the Kingussie Station House for the duration of his life.
He took his close buddy Joe Taylor with him to many away matches during his time as secretary of Kingussie Camanachd, and he had a great time doing both of these things. Even after he had finished his stint as Secretary, he continued to watch all of the club’s home matches at the Spey End of the Dell, where he was a regular spectator. In the first picture that you have provided, Angus is pictured in the front row.
second from the left. 1995 was the year that this image was shot, and it was taken at the conclusion of his first season with the Club. In the second picture that is attached, Angus can be seen sitting in the row behind the one on the left. The photograph was taken shortly after the conclusion of the Camanachd Cup in 1997. We are thinking about him and all of his loved ones at this time.