Deepest condolences Bunny. I got to know Pete initially as he was pushing your AVTAK gear , then later just chatting to him at the Bowls Club. Usually about Stoke, jazz or the family of which he was so proud.
So sorry to hear your news Bunny. I lost my dad the day after the arsenal game earlier this season. He took me to my first game back in 1982 - a 2-1 win against arsenal. Such a shame we could not have seen him off with a win. Up to his last days he was forever talking about the team of the early seventies and the antics he used to get up to with his mates. What made it even more sad is that my dad's sister had died a few weeks before. My dad took her to her first game back on the 1940s and she was a season ticket holder right to the end. It's such a hard thing to come to terms with. It's heartbreaking to not to see my Aunty in her seat on the bothen end. It's heartbreaking not to speak to my dad at 4-55 on a Saturday afternoon. But they brought up a whole new generation of proud stokies and the memories will always live on. Football is all about friends and family.