We spent many a happy hour round a dinner table - and many a frustrating hour on an exhibition stand during last day of build-up - with Jim. Rest in peace Jim - will miss your infectious chuckle in the halls.
In loving memory of the late Jim Cattini who sadly passed away on 27th August 2014.
Jim was a devoted husband to Sylvia & proud father of three doting children, Pat, Andrew & John. Grandfather to Joe, Fraser, Rory, Archie & Nico.
His humour, kindness & generosity never failed to touch the hearts of those lucky enough to know him.
Jim has followed Chelsea since 1946 through many highs & even more lows. Having missed every game of their 1955 Championship winning season due to his National Service he had to wait 50 years to see them collect the Premiership title. In his seventies he travelled to Munich to witness their finest hour in 2012 when they collected the Champions League - devotion indeed.
He was also a keen & often frustrated golfer!
Jim was honoured with the Freedom Of The City Of London in 1988, although he never did exercise his right to drive sheep over London Bridge.
He managed a two times title winning Allfield Aces football team.
He leaves a big hole in all our hearts, but will be remembered forever.