Fred Walters Death Obituary – We have been made aware of the passing of Fred Walters, the gaffer, and it is with a great deal of melancholy that we have accepted this news. Fred has been at the forefront of junior football for close to half a century, and since the middle of the 1970s, he has devoted every waking moment of his life to the management of junior football clubs.
Fred has been at the forefront of junior football for close to half a century. Junior football has experienced tremendous growth as a result of Fred’s direction over the past few years. Despite the fact that Fred’s mobility problems have prevented him from being as hands-on as he would have liked to be over the course of the past few years, he has continued to serve as the leader of the club, which is both his and our most prized possession.
This is because the club is both his and our most prized possession. Since I took over as Secretary of the club approximately 12 years ago, Fred and I have become so close that it is almost as if we are an integral part of each other’s families. I have had the pleasure of knowing Fred and his family for a great many years.
Our community is left with a significant void after the passing of Fred, who was a highly influential member of our society. I had the privilege of knowing Fred and his family for a number of years during my lifetime. I had the good fortune to become acquainted with Fred and his family over the course of a good number of years.
I am personally grieved by the passing of a friend and a legend in the world of grassroots football, and on behalf of everyone at Dudley Sports Juniors, I would like to offer our sincerest condolences to the family of the person who passed away. He was a pioneer in the game. Fred, I hope that you are finally able to find some peace.