Wendy Taylor Obituary: In loving memory of woman killed in flooding incident at the Water of Lee, Glen Esk.
A woman who died following an incident at the Water of Lee, Glen Esk was identified as Wendy Taylor.
According to Police Scotland Tayside in a media release, around 1:45 p.m. on Thursday, 19 October, officers attended a report of a person having been swept into the Water of Lee, Glen Esk.
Around 4 p.m., the body of 57-year-old Mrs. Taylor was recovered from the river, police said. There are no suspicious circumstances surrounding the death and a report will be submitted to the Procurator Fiscal.
In a statement released through Police Scotland, Mrs. Wendy’s family said;
“We are absolutely heartbroken to lose Wendy in such tragic circumstances and are still struggling to come to terms with it. Wendy was a beautiful, kind, funny and caring person. She was a ray of sunshine for everyone who was fortunate enough to know her.”
“Wendy was the beloved wife, best friend and soulmate in life to George, mother to James, Sally and Susanna and Granny to India and George.”
“Our family would like to thank Police Scotland for their professionalism and sensitivity in recent days. And in particular Paul Morgan of Police Mountain Rescue for recovering Wendy.”
“Thank you to all of our extended family and friends for supporting us through this indescribably difficult time.”