THE family of Sarah Darnley will hold a celebration of her life today.
Ms Darnley (45) was one of four oil workers killed when a Super Puma went down off the coast of Shetland last month.
The other three victims were Duncan Munro (46), from Bishop Auckland, Gary McCrossan (59) from Inverness and George Allison (57) from Winchester.
A celebration of her life will be held this afternoon at Moray Crematorium.
A total of 18 people were on board the CHC helicopter - 16 passengers and two crew, which went down off the coast of Shetland.
Sarah is survived by her parents Eddie and Anne, of New Elgin, her sister Angela and nephew Nicholas, also of Elgin.
At the time of the tragedy, her mother Anne said: "We are shocked by the sudden loss of Sarah, who was a fun-loving free spirit who will be sorely missed."
Born and brought up in the Elgin area, Sarah attended Elgin High School and moved to Aberdeen when she was 19.
"She enjoyed her job," added her mother. "She had great camaraderie with her colleagues and over the years she made some fantastic friends whom she was able to visit in various parts of the world including South America and Thailand.
"Sarah lived life to the full, she was easy going and a one-off. She will be deeply missed by all who knew her.
An investigation into the incident is continuing but early reports have indicated no technical faults with the helicopter.