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RIP Claire Fallows

RIP Claire Fallows

Sometimes something happens which makes you sit up and put things into perspective.

Late on Sunday night the news broke that Wes Brown`s half-sister, Claire Fallows had died aged just 36. Claire had a history of heart problems and was heavily pregnant with a fourth child. She leaves behind husband Tom (36) and her three children (13, 16 and 1).

The news comes just months after the death of Wes` father Bancroft in February - it is impossible to imagine the heartache the family has been through.

We here at Vital United would like to wish Wes and all his family our condolences and deepest sympathies at this time of immense grief.

RIP.



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Writer:United4Life
Date:Tuesday July 22 2008
Time: 1:06PM

Comments

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Sad to hear. RIP Claire.
Fan of Blues
22/07/2008 13:14:00
0
VERY SAD,R.I.P.
SweetLeftFoot
22/07/2008 13:23:00
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RIP
Tosswink
22/07/2008 13:57:00
0
Sincere condolences to Wes and his family
ForeverUnited
22/07/2008 15:31:00
0
Sad sad news. RIP
chelseaforever
22/07/2008 15:41:00
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Very sad news. It is times like this that just bring home to you that football is not everything. My thoughts are with the family.
Man utd champions
22/07/2008 16:12:00
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very sad news. best wishes to his family.
RadioactiveD
22/07/2008 19:39:00
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good luck to Wes & famiily , hope it doesnt affect his perfomences
Jess433
22/07/2008 19:58:00
0
very sad news, my thoughts are with Wes and family
oxfordspur
22/07/2008 19:59:00
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My thoughts are with his family. RIP
rooneyisgod
22/07/2008 20:10:00
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