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    Sad News.

    Uncle Steve, a long time poster on this board until a few years ago has passed away. Some of you still on here would have known him from our 'Bluebrick Crew' days. Wokes certainly will have known him.

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    plates...will you let folk on facebook know that I am really sad at this news.

    used to pick uncle steve up at featherstone and take him to the meet at the bluebrick with the others.

    greavsey

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    Quote Originally Posted by theplater View Post
    Uncle Steve, a long time poster on this board until a few years ago has passed away. Some of you still on here would have known him from our 'Bluebrick Crew' days. Wokes certainly will have known him.
    Sad news indeed. Exchanged posts with him many times and met him once at the Brick. Nice guy, ebullient personality, got a photo somewhere of Steve, my sister and myself outside the pub. Seemed like a great guy and will, I am sure be badly missed by his friends and loved ones.

    RIP Steve.

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    Done Greavsey. I've put it on my own thread.

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    Very sad news. As Woody Said "Seemed like a great guy and will, I am sure be badly missed by his friends and loved ones."

    RIP Steve.

    Was he the one with the hat? Was it a homburg?

    Do we know anything about the circumstances?

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    Thanks for letting us know Plater. Very sad to hear. Uncle Steve was one of the first I met at the Blue Brick, Always happy to chat and share some stories from his days as a Prison Warder. I remember his distinctive black hat that he wore at games.

    Yet another of the Wolves family to depart the terraces.
    RIP Steve.

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    I had the pleasure of meeting Steve when he came with us on the Baggie Barge, and i have been friends with him on FB for years.
    He was what i call a proper bloke, tough, but with a great sense of humour and never took himself seriously.
    He was not the type of person who would feel sorry for himself.
    I knew he had been having health issues but i never thought it was serious because he said he was OK.
    It came as a terrible shock when I heard he had passed.
    He will be missed by myself and others whose lives he touched.
    Sleep tight Steve.

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    Sorry to hear this news. RIP Steve

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    I didn't know Uncle Steve, other than from his occasional comments on this forum, however, to those of you who knew him as a mate and to his family and friends may I extend my sincere condolences. May he rest in peace.

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