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charleyfarley 11:22 Wed Dec 11
The WHO Gavin (Gavros) Redknap Welfare Fund

Hi everybody
Just an update on the fund, current balance at 6/1/2020 is £1345.81 -
Below are the transactions. Just a couple of things, ‘i’m a bit of an old woman’ when it comes to looking after other people’s money, so belts and braces I have sent receipts and account details to Ted and defjam and when any money goes out they will be updated with receipts.
If anybody wants any details I can also send them an email. With regards to the fund thank you all for your contributions, if anybody knows of any WHOers or their partners who need cheering up, having an operation etc we can always send them a West Ham shirt or goody bag. Thank You again to all, I am personally proud that through the The WHO Gavin (Gavros) Redknap Welfare Fund his name lives on, I can’t think of a more fitting tribute

Incoming £1620.00
Gofund me fees £66.19
Balance £1553.81

Claret50 flowers owed to me £128.00
Balance £1425.81
Gavros flowers £80.00
balance £1345.81
+ donation £10 - after fees = £9.46
Balance £1355.27 (as of 15th Jan 2020)

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Hi everybody, domestics first, Gav who we have so sadly lost, ran the previous WHO welfare fund which after sorting out a lot of issues required topping up.
I have paid out $250 NZ which is £128.61 for Claret50's flowers, which i was going to get back when Gav opened up the fund to donate for future welfare issues.
So this is a new fund I have set up which can be used to pay off my £128 and any future requests. I have sent flower tributes to Australia, NZ and USA and a couple of
UK and believe me it is very well received by families who have lost loved ones. Also it has helped a number of WHOers who needed help. I will be posting details of funds on forum, will also ask if Ted and defjam don't mind me giving them full account details to make sure everything is accounted for and above board. That's it lets go

Donations to the fund can be made here-->:WHO Fundraiser

Flowers sent today
RIP Gavin (Gavros) from all your friends at West Ham online and all
those you helped, you will be sadly missed.

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Sydney_Iron 6:03 Wed Jan 8
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Moncurs Putting Iron 12:43 Tue Jan 7

Westham67 7:41 Tue Jan 7
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Good work farley.

Moncurs Putting Iron 12:43 Tue Jan 7
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Charley,

I know exactly what you mean about using other peoples money for an event or charity.

Make no bones about it, we trust you and are grateful. The fact that you are concerned and have organised an audit trail is the exact reason you are the best man to take up the mantle.

It means a lot fella.

Thanks.

defjam 12:08 Tue Jan 7
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100

That ones for you Gavvy son!

ted fenton 8:02 Mon Jan 6
Re: The WHO Gavin (Gavros) Redknap Welfare Fund
Good work charley and well done WHO a proper community.

GBHammer63 7:53 Fri Dec 20
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Terrible news at anytime to lose somebody at no age, particularly sad at this time of the year.

Condolences to the family, keep strong.

Great work by everyone involved.

normannomates 3:29 Fri Dec 20
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Alfs 1.41
Indeed

bruuuno 1:53 Thu Dec 19
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Lily Hammer 1:53 Sun Dec 15
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Harry etc are in my extended family and when I spoke to ‘ros about it he didn’t seem to be related to them & therefore me in any way..

Alfs 1:41 Thu Dec 19
Re: The WHO Gavin (Gavros) Redknap Welfare Fund
Only a score short of 1,600.

Great work everyone.

Whitester. 7:42 Tue Dec 17
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Sad news he was a great poster over the years. RIP fellow Hammer ⚒

Jim79 11:20 Tue Dec 17
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Donated, a great way for Gavvy to live on. What a terrible sad situation. RIP mate

devonhammer 4:55 Mon Dec 16
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Just put some money in
Great idea......well done people of WHO

Alwaysaniron 4:17 Mon Dec 16
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Done... Great cause and well done to all those concerned with the running/administration of this account!

Swiss. 1:34 Mon Dec 16
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Just made my donation.

Gavros and I were basically aligned on most things. A sophisticated fella with a love of Europe.

WHO is like a family. You don't really choose them in a way and we can be bitter and cruel to each other. but then like now we pull together. But you have pinch yourselves and remember it's just a football forum.

When it's my time to go hopefully we can have that beer together.

Oh dear 9:00 Mon Dec 16
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Done

Darlo Debs 12:31 Mon Dec 16
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My niece was seeing a lad called Gavin Redknap back.when she was a kid living down south. Not a common name is it? Wonder if it was him.
Still can't believe this, its so.sad.

Don Ravioli 12:26 Mon Dec 16
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East Ham

Darlo Debs 12:04 Mon Dec 16
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Was Gavin originally from.Stratford?

Lily Hammer 1:53 Sun Dec 15
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It's not such a common name, is it? I wouldn't be very surprised if there was a common ancestor not too far back.

charleyfarley 1:18 Sun Dec 15
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Also Mike during Victorian times when registering births a lot of parents couldn't read or write and often the registar would spell it as he thought. In my own family of the 13 children on my fathers side 8 of them were spelt Davies and the remainder Davis

Mike Oxsaw 12:39 Sun Dec 15
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I think there is a distant link; I remember reading somewhere that either a "p" was added to or removed from the original spelling of the name. Sometime in 16th or 17th century, if I recall correctly.

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