So Sad :Rangers have announced the sad passing

For several generations of players and employees at Ibrox, Tiny was a beloved buddy who worked for the club for more than fifty years.

When Mary joined the club in 1967, she continued the family tradition started by her grandmother Maggie Lindsay and mother Lizzie Love.

Her husband John worked in stadium hospitality, her sister Irene worked beside her in the catering department, and her dad Willie and Uncle Davy were

To continue the tradition, a few of her own family members continue to work at the club.

Tiny received an invitation to Monte Carlo in 2001 to accept a special UEFA award in recognition of her devoted commitment to the team.

After receiving the John Greig Achievement Award in 2014, she worked as a tour guide for the last few years of her career at Rangers, entertaining guests with tales from her own life as well as the club’s past.

Tiny was given a guard of honour from the players in April 2019 to mark her retirement and watched as Steven Gerrard’s side produced a 3-0 win over Hearts at Ibrox.

Rangers Chief Executive Officer, James Bisgrove, commented: “On behalf of everyone at Rangers football club we are deeply saddened to hear of Tiny’s passing.

“She dedicated her life to Rangers and worked at the club for more than five decades in a variety of roles.

“Tiny was a trusted friend and colleague to a host of Rangers legends and a much-cherished member of the Rangers family.

all Rangers. Her family links didn’t end there.




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