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 Post subject: RIP to a former London Pilgrim
PostPosted: Mon Mar 23, 2015 10:23 am 
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Some sad news this morning I'm afraid.
My brother in law, Patrick Wearne passed away last night.
Pat was a former PASALB member, a larger than life character and a staunch Argyle supporter.
RIP big fella.

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PostPosted: Mon Mar 23, 2015 10:49 am 
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 23, 2015 11:02 am 
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My condolences as well Paul.

Without adding to your pain and me being ex-PASALB, when was Patrick part of that fold as I cannot recall the name when I was there - albeit for a short time ?

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PostPosted: Mon Mar 23, 2015 11:32 am 
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My condolences as well Paul.

Without adding to your pain and me being ex-PASALB, when was Patrick part of that fold as I cannot recall the name when I was there - albeit for a short time ?

Take care

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Sorry Paul, I don't know when he was a member.
John Coker would know.

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PostPosted: Mon Mar 23, 2015 12:17 pm 
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RIP Pilgrim :sad:

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Another one gone.

He's in the best seat now!

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Condolences to the family from a PASALB member.


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PostPosted: Mon Mar 23, 2015 2:02 pm 
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Pat was a member when I joined in 96/97 and was a legendary fundraiser in those days and for many years after, which helped support PASALB's contributions to the old Supporters Trust and youth development.

His trick, as I recall, was to offer customers prize draw tickets instead of change when they bought produce from his fruit and veg stall. A highly successful tactic.

One of the best. He'll be much missed.

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PostPosted: Mon Mar 23, 2015 2:05 pm 
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Pat was a member when I joined in 96/97 and was a legendary fundraiser in those days and for many years after, which helped support PASALB's contributions to the old Supporters Trust and youth development.

His trick, as I recall, was to offer customers prize draw tickets instead of change when they bought produce from his fruit and veg stall. A highly successful tactic.

One of the best. He'll be much missed.

He liked to do a deal did Pat. :lol:
Thanks for filling in some details regarding his PASALB tenure John.

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RIP Pat mate, not had a pre-match pint in the Hyde Social for a while, I hope they're serving wherever you are. Thoughts with family and friends.

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Yes i knew pat from my pasalb days. A larger than life character. A cornish boy who was a really good cricketer
in his younger days in cornwall before he moved to london. Just like his character he just had to be a
fred truemanlike aggressive fast bowler. I remember him telling me that he played for the county in his
younger days. He played for pasalb in some friendlies i arranged and although he was past his best at
the time and came in only off half a dozen paces or so he still had the ball whizzing around the
terrified batsmens ears in between having a quick drag. He enjoyed the pasalb golf days as well. I spent
many a time searching for his enormous slices off the tea.
He was well into horses and gambling as well. Part owned a racehorse i recall. He was in the fruit and veg
business and i can remember a pasalb organised drinkaphon weekend to edinburgh were he turned up with wedges
of notes in his pockets in which he then insisted on buying half a dozen rounds so we were totally sloshed
and out of it before the weekend had even started. We took in a game on the saturday (hibs v motherwell)
and went into a hibs bar after and waited for argyles result to come through on the tele.
Argyle 2 bristol city 0 came up and an enormous cheer went up. All the hibs fans had a wtf look.
All this was around the mick jones and kev hodges era (1998 2001).
He started to turn up to away games with a really nice lady and they had a babbie just as i left london.
They brought the babbie to the last cricket game and pat looked well happy although he still turned into fiery
fred again for the cricket.
Typical pat. Great character. Great memories. RIP.
condolences to LG and the rest of his family.


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