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  1. Mascot1987
    Mascot1987 says:

    Along with Dave, Keith and Tim, Bill took me under his wing when I first started going as a 15 year old to which I will be forever grateful for. RIP Bill.

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  2. Paul McMonnies
    Paul McMonnies says:

    I was really sad to learn of Bill’s passing on The People’s Forum just now.

    I was a member of ESCLA for many years around 2000 when I was living down in London (local to Bill in Kinsgston) and obviously got to know him well, as we all did. I had bumped into him a few times at matches over the years since and he always remembered me and asked how I was doing. A genuinely lovely man who always tried to get as many Blues as possible to watch our team, however he could – a real gentleman, and as good a Blue as there ever was.

    RIP Bill Walker – Evertonian and gentleman

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  3. Ajamu Mutumwa
    Ajamu Mutumwa says:

    I’ve just rejoined ESCLA and heard about the sad news of Bill’s passing. I would love to send my condolences to his family and friends, to which I hope I’m lucky enough to be counted amongst them.

    I remember once I was late for the Euston train to Lime Street. Somehow Bill was able to persuade the guard to leave a few minutes beyond its allotted time. Heaven knows how he did it, but it enabled me to catch the train and watch the match. I’ve never forgotten his act of kindness in not leaving any of his flock behind.

    Bill. Watch over us as we go to a match and get home safely. You will be missed.

    RIP Bill Walker.

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  4. Vinny Griffin
    Vinny Griffin says:

    This is Vinny from Bognor Regis, it was a privilege to have known Bill on my travels to Goodison Park, he was one of the lovely people that I met whilst on the train to Liverpool, missing your company on the train Bill. He even used to even have a laugh and joke with my wife when she phoned ESCLA for tickets whilst I was working.
    RIP to a special person.

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