Sad news

Posted : 20th March 2020 at 17:06:09

Linfield FC reports with deep sorrow the sad passing this morning of lifelong supporter, Isaac Hamilton.

Isaac, who was aged 74, passed away peacefully in hospital, after a recent illness.

Isaac, from the Woodvale area of North Belfast, was vice-chairman of the Dunmurry based Kingsway Linfield Supporters Club, although he had previously been Club chairman for many years.

He had stepped down from the chairman’s role in favour of his brother Sandy.

The deepest sympathy of everyone at Linfield FC is extended to his wife Meta, brother Sandy and sister Alice and the rest of the family circle at this very sad time.

Audaces Fortuna Juvat

Vice-presidents of Kingsway LSC Andy Conn and Stephen Dickson wish to express their deep and personal sympathy, following the news of the sad passing of their good friend, Issac Hamilton.

A lovely, humble, family man who will be greatly missed by the many Linfield supporters who had the privilege of knowing him. A True Blue who will be sadly missed at Windsor Park and further afield.

Our most sincere condolences are passed to the Hamilton family circle and the members and friends of the Kingsway LSC, following this huge loss of such a kind gentleman.

Below - Isaac is pictured between Paul Smyth and Noel Bailie MBE at the Kingsway player of the year event in the Catch my pal club in Dunmurry.

Also pictured is the former Kingsway treasurer, the late Gerry Stewart (beside Paul Smyth)

Below - from funeral times

HAMILTON ISAAC - Died March 20, 2020. At hospital. Late of Olive Street.

Beloved husband of Meta, much loved father of Michelle, Ian and Graeme and a loving granda.

Funeral Private.

No flowers by request. Donations in lieu to C.C.U. Belfast City Hospital, 51 Lisburn Road, Belfast, BT9 7AB.

Will be sadly missed by his loving family circle.
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