Jim Heath RIP
...written by Chris Cox, posted in News, with 2 Comments.

I am sad to report that good friend of the DDCWWFCSC and Wolves supporting stalwart Jim Heath has died at the age of 53 after a long battle with Cancer. Jim was well known to Coxy and had served alongside him on the Fans Parliament.

Perhaps best known for always occupying the centre spread of A load of Bull Jim produced his own Wolves book Wolves in 20/20 Vision last year; in which he gave the DDCWWFCSC plenty of plugs.

There is a tribute section to Jim on Molineux Mix led by Charles Ross, and also on Wolves Heroes website by David Instone. Both knew Jim very well and both tell different tales about him, revealing different facets of his life.

Charles emailed me with the news on Sunday morning and it was a real shock. He will be missed by many in the Wolves family. RIP Jim

Chris Cox is co founder and chairman of the DDCWWFCSC.
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2 Responses to “Jim Heath RIP”

  1. Mike Waldron Says:

    August 14th, 2012 at 10:58 pm

    A lovely bloke who will be badly missed by all at St.Georges Cricket Club.
    http://www.stgeorgescc.org.uk/2012/08/11/jim-heath-1958-2012/

  2. BlueTed Says:

    August 23rd, 2012 at 2:33 pm

    … have only just heard the sad news about JFT … we down here in Bracknell know the great man as Jim from Telford … I last saw Jim when he last came down to Chelsea and along with a few of his Wolves mates had a beer or two with us Chelsea chaps … I’ve known JFT for many years and came up to Telford a few times for gigs and also meet up with him when chelsea played at Wolves .. a truely decent chap … we share your loss .. and a few beers will be downed this weekend at Reading Festival and Stamford Bridge in his honour… Respect x

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