In Loving Memory of


Dharam (Dibble) Dabb

Dina, Dylan and all the family would love to read your own special memories and stories of Dibble during this difficult time.

He was loved so much by so many and will be sadly missed, hopefully sharing each others memories will help us to always remember what a remarkable man he was.


If you would also like to make a donation in Dibble’s memory then this can be done for the Luton & Hospital that fought so hard to save his life.


Book Owner: Ryan O’Neill
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Leanne Patel

Dina and Dylan so sorry I have only just learned of your loss.  I never knew your husband however , you spoke so much of him and Dylan. I know we only met briefly but during that time I could clearly see how proud you were of your family and the love you showed …


Lee Chapman

Dazza, just can’t believe we’ve lost you so young. The seven years we played in Snooker teams together winning leagues and cups in Luton and Watford were some of the best memories I have in my life. You weren’t just a brilliant player you were a brilliant team mate as well, every night out …

Lee Chapman

David Penn

I had the pleasure of playing football with Dibble at Lewsey in a great side and with a great bunch of lads and still to this day the best team I’ve played in. You played football with a smile on your face, well except when you were moaning at me to get back and …


John Darcy

Dibble, what can I say, loved playing in that Lewsey side and you were one of the main reasons, a joy to be around, always laughing and just a positive vibe from you all the time and you were a decent player too. I didn’t see you for a few years after the footie …


Judith Fear

Oh Dharam, I can’t believe you’re no longer with us. You helped me and Sean out so many times over the years fixing our cars and you were always a pleasure to do business with. Such a lovely guy, kind, helpful and fun loving – a real friend in need. You will be a …


Kaaaaaayz (Kailesh)

DD! I’m still lost and have been dreading this! But maybe telling you how I feel will make things easier which I doubt….I don’t know! Bro you joined Broadwalk football club and I remember how you just came into the team and adapted within moments! DD I remember a couple of games into the season …


Tony & Josh

We sit here after your funeral with such a heavy heart… We still can’t believe you have gone. Dharam it has been a privilege to work for you and with you, you have never let us down and we would never let you down not once. We’ve had so many great memories and laughs …


Francis Mccann

Today we say goodbye,   Watched you start your journey beyond the clouds and skies.   In the heavens is where you remain amongst the gods and stars.   “you left this world to early well before your time,                                   …


mark kilpatrick

Today was so hard,saying goodbye to you my brother,i still cant believe that im never going to see that cheeky face of yours,hear that laugh or see your name light up my phone again,the amount of people that turned up at your mums was a testament of how muched you was loved and respected.  …


Michelle Stevens

Dibs has been part of the Stevens family for over 35years, right back from when my younger brother Stevo started playing football with him. Dibs has always been able to brighten any room and his laugh and love of life was infectious. I don’t know his family, but he always spoke of them with …


Ryan O'Neill

Dibble Dabb   This is the hardest but in the same breath one of the proudest things I have ever had to do in my life. I have tried to write this on behalf of all his friends, and from the bottom of our hearts want to send all our love and support to …


Jamie Walpole

Growing up on the Birds Estate, there were a few of us that all lived within a 5-minute walk of each other’s houses (Mark & Ross Kilpatrick, Jamie Armstrong, Ryan O’Neill, Dibble, David Wright, Ashley John) and we were all the better off for it. There wouldn’t have been a day that went by …


Nilesh Joshi

I had the privilege to have known Dharam for many years, junior school, high school, Broadwalk FC and latterly Dharam @ the garage. What an absolute top man. He was one of those men where nothing is an issue. He would do absolutely anything to help you out if needed. Every time you would …


Paks x

Dharam My Brother, As I sit here writing this after sending You off shedding tears, I feel so emotional. Football bought us together playing for Broadwalk Football Club and we instantly clicked. I knew from the moment I met You I had a friend for life and treated You as my Brother. You helped …


Rushil K

I knew Dharam from Broadwalk FC and going college with his brother. I played my first Broadwalk game with Dharam he was so welcoming and always made me laugh. It only seems like yesterday when I was at the garage in Feb! I can’t believe your gone will always remember the jokes we had. …


Julie Bailey

First met Dibble, about 5 years ago, thru son-in-law, Darren, when my car needed maintenance work.  Whilst waiting, I noticed there were only car related magazines (no ladies fashion mags.) which was mentioned to Dibble.   After a couple of days I returned to the  garage to pick up my car, and he had purchased …


Simone Gordon

I initially knew you from school as my older brother’s friend, until I got older and found you working at T & H were you helped me out on many occasions. Your smile and laughter will never be forgotten. Gone too young. May you rest in eternal peace.  …

Simone Gordon

Ben and Tina Fitzsimmons

Words do not seem enough. Nothing was ever too much and you were always on hand to help when needed. We were lucky to know you. We send our sincerest condolences to your family at this difficult time. All our thoughts are of you and your family.  …


Helen & Trevor

Rest in peace Dharam. We had the pleasure of meeting you pitchside watching the kids play football. You were always so smiley, chatty and charming; a very likeable guy. You were passionate about football and of course about Liverpool – Trevor says you would no doubt have won more football bets from him! But …


Leonie Hunter

As far as I can remember, Dharampal (Dibble) Dabb was always an easy going guy with a wicked sense of humour! He was always (and I mean always) joking around and he had such an infectious smile.  In fact, that’s what I will always remember about him.  I have fond memories of him from …


Lee Stevens

I have known Dibble for 35 years and he has been such an amazing person to know and I still cant get my head round the fact I’m not going to see or speak to him again. We first became friends through playing football for Lewsey Youth between the ages of 7 – 18 …


Mario Sansone

 My dear friend Dibble,  We met way back in 1996 when you came in to the hair salon that I was working to do your work experience,the boss Tony offered you a Saturday job almost immediately even back then you were so charming with that  big smile on your face.  We hit it off …



RIP Dharam, a top bloke, friendly and smiley.. may your memories continue shining bright always x x my thoughts are with Dina, Dylan and the …


Tony Calvano

I have known Dharam for over 20 years, in which time we became very good friends as well as business acquaintances. He was a true gentleman, had a heart of gold and we enjoyed so much laughter and banter together. He brought happiness, laughter and joy to everyone who knew him with his cheeky …


Raju Dave and family

Dharam … was such a giving selfless person there was nothing too much for him, the first time we met him was when he use to work for T & H… initially very shy but after a couple of meetings he warmed up and we saw his true side very funny, knowledgable and giving …