Here we pay tribute and remember those lost in 2018.
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 2018 list, please contact Matty by e-mail.
Ernie’s contribution to the club will never be forgotten. As a former Director, a generous benefactor and a long-time supporter, Ernie played a huge part in delivering some very memorable times for the club and its fans. He passed away late in 2018 and will be sadly missed.
Ben was a devoted Harriers fan who sadly died in 2018. His friend, Dan, wrote of him: “…he was a great supporter of Harriers, always got on with fans and those who have and still are within the club and it was very saddening to see him pass away earlier in the year in his sleep. Will always be remembered by supporters and to me he absolutely deserves to be on the list.”
Marcus tragically lost his life in early 2018, aged just 24, after a battle with testicular cancer. Marcus, whose favourite Harriers player was Lee Vaughan, is fondly remembered by mum, Trudie, and the rest of his family and friends.
Roger’s name will still be instantly recognisable to many Harriers fans – he worked here at Aggborough for decades after joining in the 1980s up until around 2010, as our groundsman in the 1990s to maintaining the stadium in general – not to mention his work in the offices as Secretary and an oracle of all things football. He is very fondly remembered by all.