Andrea Jane Hay

- Andrea is the head of the Wills, Trust, and Executries department of Macnabs Solicitors in Perth, Scotland. A member of the Society of Trust and Executry Practitioners, and with a qualification from the Association of Tax Technicians, Andrea is a Trustee for several local Trusts. She has a particular interest in the areas of work of The Betty Ross Trust.

Althea Lily Kennedy

Althea is an Associate in the Wills, Trusts and Executries department of Macnabs Solicitors in Perth, Scotland. She is an experienced solicitor in the areas of Wills and Trusts and planning for the future. Althea is looking forward to being involved in The Betty Ross Trust.

Jacqueline Doig

Jacqui has over 20 years of grant funding experience both in the voluntary sector and in the public sector, administering grants to national organisations and to small clubs; many of which she has designed the application and reporting forms for.

As well as grant giving experience she has worked in the voluntary sector managing both National and local projects. She is currently Manager and Company Secretary of the Scottish Community Safety Network, which is a charity that have been shortlisted for a SCVO Scottish Charity of the Year award for their partnership working.

Neil Morton

Neil Cowan Morton (Executor/Trustee) Retired Golf Tour Operator

Prior to starting the Golf Tour business in 1989, spent 20 years in the Tyre Industry holding Senior Management positions.  Active for many years in both Tyre and Tourist Industry Associations where I held Secretary and Chairman positions. 

I first met Betty in early 1993 when my wife and I bought the Strathcona Guest House on Dunkeld Road. This was at one time Betty's Family home. Betty and her husband Alec lived in the house she had designed in what had been the garden of the home. Sadly Alec died later on in the year so we did not know him so well but Betty started as a neighbour and became a dear friend. We sold the Guest House 9 years later to concentrate on developing our Golf Tour Business but we were still regularly in touch, taking her out into the country side she loved and doing the chores she could not do etc.

Betty had strong opinions about many subjects and we enjoyed the stimulating discussions we had over the years about life, sport and her beloved Scotland, the past and the present. She had very strong feelings about the welfare of our Armed Forces personnel when they returned home and particularly the Black Watch personnel.

We have some wonderful memories and we miss her and feel very sad she did not make the 100th birthday as we would have had great celebrations!!!