The Club are deeply saddened to learn of the passing of Club President Glyn Beverly.
Glyn passed away on Tuesday in the comfort of his home surrounded by his close family.
Glyn originally joined the club in 1981 on the committee and went on to become Vice Chairman and eventually Chairman. In 2000 Jerry Dolke took over the club with the blessing of Glyn who was made President of Bromley Football Club.
All our thoughts are with his wife Margaret and his two daughters Alex and Katie.
Katie has informed us that everyone is welcome at the funeral ceremony, which will take place on Tuesday 19th December 3:30pm at Kemnal Park Cemetery & Memorial Gardens, and to the wake at Bromley Football Club afterwards.
Any enquiries should be directed to Dean Wilson Family Funeral Directors 01689 852233.
Below we’ve set up an online book of condolences. Simply use the form below to leave your message. Scroll past the form to view messages already left by friends and supporters.
It’s a very sad time for the Bromley FC family with the news of Glyns passing. He was one of my biggest supporters and was always there to offer advice. I will so miss this great man, he will leave a massive hole and I just hope I can repay his belief in me. You will always live in our hearts at Bromley and will never be forgotten. – Neil Smith
Glyn was one special man that I was blessed to have known for 17 years Bromley FC will truly miss this wonderful kind caring man always in my heart Glyn 💔xx – Julia Dolke
So sorry to hear the very sad news.I fondly remember Glyn from when I worked at the Crown Inn at Leaves Green near Biggin Hill.He was a customer at the pub and I caddied for him when he played golf.He was such a great character.Condolences to the family. RIP Glyn. – Alan Bowery
So sad to hear about the passing of Glyn a lovely man and a true Gent will be sadly missed by all who knew him. My thoughts are with the Family at this time – Roy Oliver
A nice man and a great servant to Bromley fc. RIP. x – Mark T
Dear Glyn, you will be sorely missed, I so enjoyed your company on our away travels with the team, always full of laughter with the odd joke. I shall fondly remember his love of a fresh cheese roll, which he always had with him on our travels. God bless, no more pain, RIP. – Jim Brown
RIP Glyn, your presence will be greatly missed around the club and at away games, thanks for everything x – Georgie W
Very sad to hear of the passing of Glyn. He was always a true gent when we met at games between us. Best wishes to his family from everyone at Dartford Football Club. – Steve Irving
I am so sorry to hear of the loss of Glyn. My thought are with you at this sad time. – Tracey Fry
Glyn Beverley, a true Gentleman, will be sorely missed by everyone who knew him, not least by me. I was privileged to operate as the Bromley FC Secretary, for a couple of seasons, under the Chairmanship of Glyn, some years back now, but remember the time as full of pleasure and joy, constantly filled with Glyn’s guidance and humour. Rest in Peace Glyn. – Kerry Phillips
Such sad news. Many thanks for all you done for Bromley Football Club over the many years.
Rest in peace, Glyn” Rest in Peace Glyn. – Roger Pester
Glyn, so many good times and great memories. God bless, Stretch. – Paul Edwards
My Heart felt condolence,goes to his Wife Margaret,and Daughters Kate and Alex, glyn will be sadly missed personally and by every one who knew him,i can cherish many happy memories in his company,a true Gentleman,it was him who got me involved with Bromley F,C, RIP – Tony Lettington
Glyn was Bromley through and through and always a big supporter of me when I played for the first team. He was always someone you could talk to and very easy to get along with. He will be missed – Danny Harwood
My sincere condolences to Margaret, Alex, Katie, and all the family on the very sad passing of Glyn on Tuesday. I felt honoured to of been a friend with Glyn over many years at Bromley Football Club, with great memories of our golfing stories and social drinking. His smile I will always remember when ever we met, win or lose, he was a true gentleman and will be sadly missed. May he now R I P. – Barrie Evans
A true Gentleman who introduced me to many people who are now close friends including all those at Brmley FC and Shirley Park golf club I will miss him so much. My sincere condolences to Margret Alex Katie Paul Harmony and Luke – Steve Healy
So sorry to hear of this sad loss, he was one of my dad’s closest friends. I grew up with Katie watching Bromley for. Our thoughts are with Margaret, Katie and Alex from Stephen ball and family x – Stephen Ball
RIP from all at Guiseley x
RIP Glyn, lovely man who I shared a beer with at the club, will be missed by all at Bromley fc, thoughts with all the family x – Gary Bill
An ever present over my many years of supporting the club, especially during the tough times. Always had a smile and a cheery word, and although i’m sure in the past we might have not always seen eye to eye, we shared a common love. Will miss see him around; my thoughts are with his family and close friends at this sad time. – Lloyd Chambers
Sad news. Best to Margaret, Alex, Katie & everyone that knew Glyn. Fly high with those Ravens. – Howard & Steph the PAT team