Maurice McKee Obituary – The Club is deeply saddened to announce the passing of Maurice McKee, a respected member and former First XV Captain during the 1980-81 season. Maurice’s demise occurred on Wednesday in Bahrain, marking a somber moment for the Club and its members.
Maurice McKee’s contribution to the Club, particularly during his tenure as First XV Captain, left a lasting impact on the rugby community. His leadership on the field and dedication to the sport endeared him to fellow players and supporters alike. The news of his passing is met with regret and sadness, as the Club reflects on the loss of a valued member.
In extending condolences, the President, Executive Committee, and Members of the Club express heartfelt sympathies to Maurice’s grieving family. His wife, Mary, and their children, Emily, Helen, and Matthew, are undoubtedly experiencing a profound sense of loss, and the Club shares in their sorrow during this difficult time.
Maurice McKee’s legacy will be remembered not only for his athletic achievements but also for the camaraderie and sportsmanship he brought to the Club. His leadership qualities and contributions to the rugby community have left an indelible mark, and the Club will honor his memory with the utmost respect.
As the Club mourns the passing of Maurice McKee, the collective thoughts and prayers of its members are with his family. The rugby community unites in remembering a remarkable individual who, through his dedication and passion for the sport, enriched the lives of those around him. May Maurice McKee rest in peace, and may his family find solace in the cherished memories of his enduring legacy within the Club.