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Thomas Chubb

6th November 2012

Thomas Chubb Woking Football Club were sad to hear of the passing of Thomas Chubb. Thomas was 11 years old and an avid Woking FC supporter.


Thomas Chubb

Thomas had suffered with cancer for the last 18 months. It started in his knee which was operated on and bionic bones fitted, this March he had a scan to reveal he had 2 tumours in one lung and 4 tumours in the other. He went straight back on chemo and in Sept he had a lump on the side of his skull, another tumour, then 2 weeks later another tumour in the back of his brain. After this no further chemo was given as his cancer was too aggressive.

From the end of Sept his family did all they could do to fulfil his dreams.
 
Thomas and his brother James were taken by helicopter to Old Trafford to watch Man Utd v Newcastle in the Capital One Cup and were VIP guests in Bryan Robsons box, plus he enjoyed a tour of Old Trafford.
 
Thomas and his family were VIP guests at England v San Marino.
 
Thomas and his dad went back to Old Trafford to watch Utd v Stoke.

Thomas was due to watch Utd V Braga but was too ill, on the way home he suffered a fit and was rushed to Oxford hospital for treatment, later that evening he taken home where he rested and 11 days later sadly passed away on Friday 2nd November.
 
Funeral details
 
Guildford Crematorium .
Wednesday 14th Nov 3.30pm.
The wake and celebration of the life of Thomas Chubb is being held at Ripley Royal British Legion.
The family asks if you can make the wake, if you could wear a football shirt if possible as this was Tom's passion in life.
Everyone is welcome, and all donations given will be going to Cancer Research & Heavenly Stars Charities.
 
The family would like thank everyone at Woking Fc for their support and all the fans that have supported Thomas over the past 2 years.
 
Thank you

Martin Chubb and Family


All at Woking Football Club would like to send their condolences to Thomas’s family, a minute's silence will be held at tonight’s game v Kidderminster.
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