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Freddie Hill

HILL Freddie On Friday 1st October 2021, passed away peacefully after a long illness in Glenhomes Care Home, Freddie aged 81 years. Loving dad to Graham and Stuart, brother to Alan and his partner Richard, father in law to Debbie and the late Vicky, cherished grandad to Lucy and Oliver, Lewis, George and Sam, great grandad to Lillie. Long term boyfriend to Sheila and friend to her family. Freddie was best known as a England international footballer, he played for Bolton Wanderer's, Manchester City, Peterborough United, Halifax Town. Service will take place in Bolton Parish Church, Silverwell Street on Tuesday 19th October 2021 at 10.30am followed by a private family committal. Family flowers only please, Donation's in memory of Freddie can be made to the Alzheimer's Society. All enquires to Coop Funeralcare, Crompton Way. Bolton Tel 01204 307151

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  • __newsquest__Enid Lovattsays...

    RIp Fred God bless Enidlovatt
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  • Faigsays...

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    RIP lovely Man. xxxLove Cader and Pat
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  • snibsays...

    My childhood HERO, with his byline runs ... great memories ( that he has provided for so many ). Sincere sympathy to his family.
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  • lumpy bumpysays...

    My childhood football hero. Those memories never fade. God Bless, RIP Freddie. Thorpey.
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  • wandering willysays...

    Thanks for the memories. You footballing skill was outstanding. You were one of the best.
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  • waynagainsays...

    RIP Fred. Thanks for the football memories and thanks for your personal frienship. The World needs more people like you.
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  • __newsquest__James Bridgesays...

    From Lorraine and Jim Bridge the best and most skillful bolton wanderers ever
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  • Otisreadingsays...

    Hero of mine as a kid and a great player. RIP Freddie.
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    A true gentleman RIP dear friend. Steve and Mags Fagan
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  • Works catsays...

    RIP. Freddy always a gentleman and unassuming Remember him playing for Droylsden late in his career brilliant footballer without question
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  • Big Natsays...

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    As a Bolton wanderers supporter I had a fantastic surprise the day I delivered a piece of furniture to mr Hill , Turned out to Freddie who was joy to meet , met a hero and what a joy . .God bless you Mr Hill. .RIP
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