This man, this face. In this moment my heart was filled with love. Now my heart is broken and I am lost.
Good times Woody x
This was the sweetheart I knew and loved. May you rest in peace. Jeanette
Only photo I can find of David with his brother Rob.Taken at nan's birthday celebrations.This is how I remember David having known him from about age14. Always quick with the quips but a good heart. May you now rest in peace. With love, Caroline xx
Although I got to know Woody professionally in the 90s, rugby became the theme and in particular 6 Nations trips abroad. From the legendary Paris Tour of 02, through the Grand Slam win in Dublin in 03 to numerous Rome trips - what a blast! RIP buddy
Classic Woody - a few moments after this photo was taken (and after a good lunch at The Oval pre the 2015 Test) he decided a “Dettori” style dismount was in order - he landed badly which pretty much broke his ankle - but he styled it out for a few hrs……
Football, Rugby, Skiing, Cricket, Holidays, long weekends away, Soul do’s, Curry Nights, College/University, many beers, Christmas parties at BT headquarters, daily WhatsApp/text brilliant times. You are and will be sorely missed. Love Tim
A good solid mate ,never a day without a non PC what’s app….he will be missed….gone but not forgotten. ..GG
Love you Old man x
Curry nights will never be the same without you mate
A dead-set champion through and through. PTB, Woody and I on the tear again!
A legend !!!
The best mate a bloke can have. Be magnificent Woody. We will miss you old mate.