Quentin Dodd Obituary, Death – It is with deep sadness that Mold Rugby Club (Clwb Rygbi Yr Wyddgrug) shared the news of Quentin Dodd’s passing. Quentin was a significant figure in the club’s history and played a crucial role in its establishment. He was particularly instrumental in the formation of the original mini section, which began at Mynydd Isa. Many members of the club fondly remember Quentin as their first coach during those early days.
Although Quentin never played for Mold RFC, he was a dedicated supporter who regularly attended home matches of the First XV. He embodied the qualities of a true gentleman and made valuable contributions to the club, both in visible and behind-the-scenes ways. His selflessness, enthusiasm, and passion for the sport of rugby were evident to all who knew him.
The Mold RFC community is deeply saddened by the loss of Quentin Dodd, and they extend their deepest condolences to Hugh and the rest of Quentin’s family during this difficult time. Quentin’s dedication and support will be greatly missed, but his legacy within the club will continue to inspire and be cherished by all who were fortunate enough to have known him.
The news of Quentin’s passing prompted an outpouring of condolences and shared memories from the Mold RFC community. MrGrizzly Lewin acknowledged Quentin’s selfless service to the club for several decades, highlighting his unwavering support from the sidelines on matchdays.
Mark Preston, a top fan of the club, expressed his sadness and paid tribute to Quentin as a true gentleman and an ardent supporter of Mold RFC. He extended his condolences to Hugh and the family, emphasizing the impact Quentin had on the club and its members.
Paul Higginson shared his sympathies, noting the profound sadness surrounding Quentin’s passing, and extended his condolences to Huw and the rest of the family.
Melvina Howells expressed her sorrow upon hearing the sad news, offering her condolences to Quentin’s family. Her message conveyed the sentiment of loss felt by the Mold RFC community upon losing such a valued member.
These comments serve as a testament to Quentin Dodd’s influence and the indelible mark he left on Mold RFC. His memory will be cherished as a beacon of dedication, passion, and sportsmanship within the club, and he will be remembered as a true gentleman and supporter of Mold Rugby Club. May he rest in peace.