Dharam (Dibble) Dabb

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. 

Where do i start? Dharampal Dabb or DIBBLE to us, our friendship started 35 yrs ago in the birds estate,lewsey farm,where a group of boys would start a life long friendship over a game of football, i have so many great memories of DIBBLE and the lads playing cupsies in the carpark,over the field or at the school,playing runouts knock out ginger and kerbie till we were told to come in,football was a massive part of our lives playing for lewsey centre football club and DIBBLE was certainly a character in a great team of lads. DIBBLE loved his snooker and we loved going round to his to play on his 6ft table and his mum would always try to feed us,we went down beech hill conserative club with my dad where we got to play on the full size tables and as you all know he went onto be a unbelievable player throu his dedication and hard work which he’s carried on throu his whole life in his achievements such as his garage that i know he was proud of,i would often pop in with a car problem and i can still hear him now saying “leave it with me will” he would help anyone out that came into his garage and with his infectious personality so many people come to love.Having my car towed to your garage on a sat night last month {after i put to much oil in} we ended up having a 3 hr facetime chat we had such a giggle i will never forget that night not knowing it would be the last conversation we would have.

DIBBLE was such a credit to his whole family they all should be super proud of the boy they raised and man he turned into,the husband he was to Dina and the proudest day of his life when Dylan was born, Dylan i hope you read this one day and laugh at all the stories people share with you and know that your dad was a very special man to so many and how proud he was of you.

DIBBLE IT WAS A HONOUR TO CALL YOU A FRIEND AND A BROTHER

IM GONNA MISS YOU MATE FOREVER IN MY HEART  

LOVE WILL 

mark kilpatrick

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