Ahead of our match yesterday against Carnoustie Panmure, we took the time to pay tribute to committee member Robin Hulett who passed away recently. (See our main tribute here). We also included in this time, lifelong fan Alex Marshall who had also passed away in recent weeks.
A minute silence was held that was impeccably observed by everyone present and for that we give grateful thanks on behalf of the families of these fans.
Robin’s Son-in-Law Sinclair Campbell was at the match today, and captured our tribute to Robin in the video below. We have also collated all the comments shared on our Facebook pages and copy those below by way of further tribute. Robin’s funeral will take place this Friday (2 March) at Falkirk Crematorium at 1pm. All friends are respectfully invited. Our thoughts and prayers remain with the families of our sadly departed Mariners.
Tributes from Facebook comments
Alan Horne: Sad to hear that
Robert Mctaggart: Sad to hear this
Chick Macdonald: So sorry to hear this
Eamon Fullerton: Sad news was a life long fan and worked hard for the club. RIP mate
Stephen Barr: Great servant for the club he loved. R.I.P
Fiona Wilkinson: So sorry to hear this, he was a true gent x
Richard Fox: Great guy who will be sorely missed
George Fairley: Sad news he was a Lovely guy
Stephanie Campbell: Rest In Peace Grandpa, you will be sadly missed. Xxx
Bryan Bell: So sad to hear, thoughts are with his family and all at Camelon juniors
Lorne Bowman: Sad news. Always guid banter with Robin at the fitbaw.
Colin Wilkinson: Sad news, Robin was a lovely guy
Gordon Walker: So sad, the big man was a true gent. And will be sorely missed.
Carol Whitfield: Aww that’s so sad sorry to hear that. What a great man he was. Thoughts go out to Jannette and family x
Janet Tattersall: God bless all of you xx
Gary Aitken: My old ICI football manager, great guy always got a laugh at Camelon games, will be missed
Pee Aitch: Sad news, some great childhood memories with Robin, Oscar and the gang! Rest in Peace Robin!
Stewart Wright: One of life’s characters, loved his patter will be sorely missed
Michael Lennon: Condolences to Robin’s family, a great man who was a pleasure to know and a fantastic servant to the club he loved.
JD Peacock: Sad news, my thoughts are with Robin’s family and all the Camelon family.
Paul Sludden: A gentleman. Thoughts with Robins family.
Billy Reap: RIP Robin, a great guy who served and supported Camelon well thoughts are with his family
Lynne Gillies: So sad such a lovely man, one of life’s true gentlemen …r.i.p Robin xxx
Cammy McKee: Rest in peace
Colin Smyth: Never hid his passion for the Mariners, always got an honest assessment from Him, God bless you Robin.
Anne Graham: Loved Robin I will miss him dearly
Sinclair Campbell: Best father in law anyone could wish for. It’s going to be quiet in the car now traveling to matches. Miss him so much.
Morag Lister: So sad to hear this. My thoughts are with his family xxx
Bill Morris: Went to the old Dundas School in Grangemouth with Robin and his brother Len was in my class last time I saw Robin was in the old ICI club sad to hear this news
ReUnion Canal Boats: We have been so sad sitting inside Camelon Juniors today. Robin made us so welcome and nothing was ever too much trouble. A true gentleman sadly missed by all.
Andy Cole: R.i.p robin aka mr camelon juniors
Stephanie Campbell: Rest In Peace Grandpa. You will always be our coconut joe and you will be sadly missed.
Johnny Thompson: In a week when the youth football headlines are for all the wrong reasons, it’s sad to hear about the passing of one of the guys who made so many of us love football when we were younger. During my time at ICI Juveniles in the early 80’s, Robin Hulet (along with the likes of Alex Christie, Oscar, Willie Gardiner, etc) made football, and being part of a team, far more enjoyable than it seems to be these days. Robin you were (and will remain) a legend.
Tony Smith: Really sad news, Robin was a true gent who cared deeply for the club. RIP robin and thoughts to his family x
Stewart Wilson : Worked with Robin at ICI Top bloke condolences to his wife and family
Derek Trevis: I remember Robin, when I was 10 years old at ICI Juveniles. I’m sure his son played at the same time with us. The guy was infectious. RIP