Vernon "Butch" Dunn (9 Aug 1952 - 31 Jul 2020)

Funeral Service

Bluebell Crematorium Old London Road Halstead Kent TN14 7AE
13th Aug 2020
Funeral Director
F.A. Albin Mottingham

Funeral Reception

Badgers Sports ClubMiddle Park AvenueElthamSE9 5HP
13th Aug 2020

In loving memory of Vernon "Butch" Dunn who sadly passed away on 31st July 2020

Clifford Gould wrote

So sorry to hear about Butch i used to play in midfield at the time he played for bromley he was a great centre forward brave and a great footballer>

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Paul Lee wrote

Rest in peace butch xx paul lee and ricky wright

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Danny Catchesides wrote

RIP Butch it was a pleasure and an honour to be on the same pitch as you
You definitely were the best as well as a true gent 👍👏😢

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Tracey Barningham wrote

Rest in peace Butch 💙 all our love Tracey Craig and Kids xxxx

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Reece Dunn wrote

To Grandad,

I love you so so much and will miss you loads I’ll do you proud.
Love ya loads
Sleep tight

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Sheila Dunn wrote

My Darling Butch
I can’t believe I am writing this we still had so many things to do. I love you so much but you know that anyway we used to tell each other all the time
Thank you for loving me and looking after me and making me feel safe all these years, we had the best times and we’ve always laughed a lot.
We have raised two amazing sons who have given us two wonderful daughter in laws and beautiful grandchildren we will all miss you so much
Goodnight God Bless my darling sleep tight
See you later baby
All my love Sheila Xxxxxxxxxx

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Scott Dunn wrote

I going to miss you so much, and there will not be a day where I don't think of you. I will forever cherish all the memories we have. You and mum have made me the man I am today, and I obviously learnt from the best. I am honoured to be your son.
Not only were you a great Dad, you were such a loving Grandad, and the kids will miss you so much.
Seeing all the lovely tributes over the last week shows just how loved and respected you really were, and I have never felt so proud.

I will love and miss you forever xx
Love you dad, sleep tight.
Your boy Scotty x x x

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Barry Brice wrote

Butch was not only a great football player, but a true gentleman.
My first memory with Butch was when Fisher were playing at Mitcham and he was going to play centre forward.
He walked into the dressing room - straight from work and his working boots were covered in tarmac and falling apart. But, he was carrying a pair of football boots in his hands that were in a worse state than the pair he had on! - studs we’re missing and laces in only 2 or 3 holes!!
Considering we’d never met him before - we’re thinking “what have we got here”
He got changed, boots on, ran out on to the pitch.......
Well, he got three that day!! - what a great centre forward.
Happily I had many of seasons with Butch, before he went on to Bromley FC - where I believe he still holds records for scoring so many goals in so few games.
God Bless Butch.
Your old pal, Bricey. X

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Kaye Simpson wrote

Think of you and your boy Sheila, giving you a big hug I am so sorry I am so far away but I will see you again sometime soon

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Lia Dunn wrote

Dearest Butch,
Thank you so much for welcoming me in to your family. You have always made me feel loved, You and Sheila have raised a great family, and I'm lucky to be part of it. You loved your Grandchildren dearly as they did you, and would always make them laugh.
You have such wonderful boys, and they both are such loving, caring Husband's and fathers. They are a real credit to you.
I shall miss you making me laugh, especially when winding up Sheila!
You will be forever in my heart.
Please don't worry about Sheila, we will look after her.
Love you Lia xxx

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C.D wrote

Dad it was absolute honour to be able to call you that, teaching me right and wrong but letting find my own way in life. Knowing you would always have my back, hope I make you proud, give everyone a kiss from me. Don’t worry about mum she’ll be fine me and Scott will take care of her. Love ya xxx

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Janet Isted wrote

My big brother Butch
Thank you for always looking after me,especially when I was little,
you showed me how to defend myseIf.
Butch you was the best!
Sleep tight with our Mum Dad and Brothers.
Love and miss you always
Yourbaby Sister Janet (babe) xxxxxxxxxxx

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Bradley Edwards wrote

One Up x

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Jo Dunn wrote

Butch, thank you for welcoming me and Robbie into your family and making us always feel so loved.
You have been so hard working, caring and Loving and you and Sheilas Love, commitment and respect for each other and your sons have made them the brilliant husbands and fathers they are today and I will be forever grateful to you for raising such gentlemen.
I will miss our laughs and banter forever!
I promise I’ll try my best to look after them for you x
Love your Jo Jo x

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Peter Assender wrote

Great memories of shared football moments really were a Brockley football great ⚽️ Rest in Peace....Peter & Sue Assender

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Billy Kimmins wrote

To my mate Bucth going to miss you but will not forget you your old mate sub

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