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Albion fan Roy Chuter laid to rest in Seagulls coffin
5:30pm Wednesday 14th August 2013 in News
An Albion fan was laid to rest in a coffin sporting the colours of his beloved club.
Scores of Seagulls supporters attended the funeral of Roy Chuter who died at East Worthing Railway Station last month.
It was standing room only at Worthing Crematorium as more than 100 friends and family, many dressed in Albion shirts following a request by his sister Lyn, paid their respects to the 51-year-old.
Mr Chuter was a key figure in the fight to find Albion’s new home in Falmer and helped shape the American Express Community Stadium by pushing for features such as the supporters’ bar and memorial garden.
Fans then went to the Duke Of Wellington pub in Shoreham following the service.
Well-wishers are asked to send donations in his memory can be sent to local diabetes charity Dizzy c/o Ian Hart Funeral Service Ltd, 92-94 Broadwater Street West, Worthing, West Sussex BN14 9DE Tel 01903 206299.
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