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£6,002raised of £5,000 target by 67 supporters

    Weʼve raised £6,002 to the memory of Mark Collin, a wonderful family man, friend and servant to the game of cricket. Tragically taken from us too soon.

    Location
    Surrey, United Kingdom
    Category
    In memory
    Time left
    Funded on Saturday, 23rd September 2017

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    It is with the utmost sadness that Effingham Cricket Club had to report the tragic death of one of our senior players, Mark Collin, who was taken ill at the 1st XI match at Newdigate on Saturday 19th August . Despite strenuous efforts on the part of players, paramedics, the air ambulance and hospital staff, Mark passed away at Kings College Hospital, London.

    We are shocked and saddened at the loss of a highly respected and much loved friend, team-mate and Club member and send our most sincere and heartfelt condolences to all his immediate family.

    On behalf of Effingham CC, family and friends of Mark Collin, the Club would like to express our utmost gratitude to everyone who has been in touch to offer their condolences. The tributes have been an inspirational source of strength for all of us as we come to terms with the heartbreaking loss of such a widely respected and much-loved son, husband, father, brother, friend and teammate.

    We have received a number of requests from people asking if they can donate something to help the family and after careful consideration, have decided that it would be appropriate to do so.

    We cannot appropriately express our gratitude to those who have offered to make a donation in memory of Mark. These offers are incredibly moving and most sincerely appreciated.

    Effingham CC

    August.

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      • Paul & Tina Kearney and family

        Paul & Tina Kearney and family

        Sep 20, 2017

        Sending all our love to Dawn, Sophie and George. RIP Spongey, one of the finest blokes any of us will have the privilege to meet.

      • NICK HOUSE

        NICK HOUSE

        Sep 12, 2017

        To all of Mark's family, friends and team mates the members of Caterham CC send their most sincere condolences, and extend the hand of togetherness. Please accept this small token of our sadness.

        £220.00

      • Kaspersky Lab

        Kaspersky Lab

        Sep 12, 2017

        Our deepest condolences from the team at Kaspersky Lab. Mark was a pleasure to work with and will be truly missed.

        £200.00

      • George Duncan Steele-Bodger

        George Duncan Steele-Bodger

        Sep 12, 2017

        With best wishes from all players, Committee and supporters of Chobham Cricket Club.

        £200.00

      • Colin Nicholson

        Colin Nicholson

        Sep 10, 2017

        From The Gentlemen of Horsley Cricket Club

        £120.00

      • Martin Carter

        Martin Carter

        Sep 10, 2017

        I'm not Fernando but I'd still like to help! ...

        £20.00

      • geno malone

        geno malone

        Sep 10, 2017

        Played cricket on several occasions with Mark at Bookham and Effingham.Lovely guy who will be greatly missed.

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      Paul Stroud

      Paul Stroud

      Surrey, United Kingdom

      Chairman, ECC

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