Here we pay tribute and remember those lost in 2019.
While the idea behind the page is to remember those close to the club such as Harriers fans, former players, staff members and more, any Harriers fan keen to pay respects to someone else is more than welcome to do so.
To add a name to our 2019 list, please contact Matty by e-mail.
Brian was a much-loved and very regular visitor to COSE as a match official for our Junior and Academy matches. Brian passed away suddenly in late 2019 and will be fondly and warmly remembered.
Bill was associated with the National League League for over 40 years, first becoming involved as Chairman of Runcorn FC and then afterwards in a similar role with Altrincham FC.
A pioneer in helping to form the League in 1979, Bill became Vice-Chairman in 1985 and then Chairman in 1989, when he succeeded the late Jim Thompson. Bill served as Chairman for 17 years, and developed the League from the original 22 Clubs to the current membership of 68. Along the way he oversaw the rise of the North and South divisions and helped secure automatic promotion for one club and then two clubs.
Succeeded as Chairman by Brian Lee MBE in 2007, he was appointed President and elected as a Life Member.
John Owen sadly passed away early in 2019, on January 4th.
John was a long-time Harriers fan, who actually helped out behind the scenes by cleaning Aggborough after matches for many years alongside his brother, Bernard.
He is remembered by his daughters, Becky and Emma, and his family.
Ron is fondly remembered by his son, Mark, and everyone at Aggborough. John worked as a steward at Harriers for some time and, as well as being a big fan of the club, also got Mark hooked as well.
Ron passed away on 13 October 2019.
Mandy was a big Harriers fan who was also a regular at Aggborough on the turnstiles, welcoming fans to the action on a match day, something she missed terribly after falling ill. Mandy sadly passed away in May 2019 and is much missed by all the family.
Julian Fellows writes beautifully: My father, Peter Fallows, died in September 2019. A lifelong Harriers fan who for some eighty seasons visited the Aggborough to support the team. He lived a full and interesting life but certainly one of the greatest of his memories was to have served the club as a director in the early 1980s. In latter years when he could rarely get to the games match day radio was his saviour. Thank you to the Pride of Worcestershire for the great happiness you gave my father.