December 2009

Bob Sharr

Bob Sharr, a lifelong supporter of West Ham, died on Tuesday, 15 December, after a short illness, leaving his wife Lynn & children Matthew & Hayley. He was 59. May he rest in peace.


Peter White 

Peter White a lifelong West Ham supporter who sat in the Bobby Moore Upper sadly died aged 82 after attending a game, he will be greatly missed. RIP

Peter White


Brian Rees

Brian Rees, a great follower of the Hammers sadly passed away in Leicester Royal Infirmary on the 29 of December. He has ben a season ticket holder all his life and hardly missed a match home or away. His son Robert (Bobby) is also a keen fan and a season-ticket holder home and away. They both travelled from the East Midlands to see their beloved team, the miles they traveled was insignificant - all they wanted was to support the Hammers.


Gavin Tett

Gavin Tett sadly passed away on December 27 2009 after two and a half year battle with bowl/colon cancer. He was only 32. Gavin was a lifelong supporter of West Ham United, especially after seeing his first game at the age of ten and he never forgot the first time he saw the stadium and wonderful welcoming atmosphere of the crowd. Gavin was a season ticket holder for many years with a seat in the Bobby Moore stand and he walked the BUPA 10K event to raise money for the Bobby Moore Fund earlier this year. In essence, he loved the club and everything about it - thank-you for providing him with such special memories.

Gavin Tett


James Loeber

James Loeber (Jim) died suddenly on 11th December 2009, aged 77. A lifelong West Ham supporter as Jim was born in Walton Road, Upton Park. Will be very sadly missed by his wife Maureen, daughter Janice, and family.

James Loeber


Paul David Estall

Paul was an avid West Ham Supporter and loved to follow his team. His final wishes were that at his funeral he be wearing his West Ham colours and "I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles" be played.

Paul leaves behind two beautiful children, Kayleigh and Kieran, whom he adored. He fought bravely for two long years against illness to try and stay with them. Sadly he lost his battle on Christmas Eve, aged 45.

Paul was loved by his family and friends and will be missed by all - but never forgotten.

Paul David Estall