Peter Goor Obituary, Death – We wish to convey our deepest condolences to Peter Goor’s family and friends on his demise. On Friday morning, Peter, who had just recently been diagnosed with cancer, went away in a calm and serene manner at St. James Hospital. In his lifetime, Peter served in every position at Adwalton, from Scorer to Player to Captain Committee Member to Barman to Treasurer to Groundsman to President. He was also a member of the board of directors.
Peter was involved in the beginning stages of Drighlington Arlfc and was frequently present with a whistle to referee the games. In addition to being the pillar of Adwalton for a considerable amount of time, Peter was also a member of DRLFC. During the time that Drighlington Cricket Club was competing in the Bradford Premier Cricket League, he worked as the groundsman for the club for a couple of seasons.
Additionally, he was an experienced football referee who occasionally officiated local football games when they were required to do so. Despite the fact that Peter got polio when he was young, which resulted in his having limited mobility and made the list of accomplishments even more amazing, he never allowed this to deter him from pursuing his goals. Peter put himself into all he did, and even in his final few years as Groundsman, he was not reluctant to share his ideas to others.
Peter’s children Andrew and Angela, as well as his younger brother Colin, who also played for Adwalton, are among the people he leaves behind. His wife Joan provided him with unwavering support. In addition to being a tremendous source of motivation for a vast number of people, he is an entirely one-of-a-kind individual. During this trying time, his family is in everyone’s thoughts and prayers, including those who are associated with the club.
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