Roger Fellows

  • Born: 14 August 1952
  • Died: 7 May 2020

Roger Fellows was a loving husband, Dad, Uncle, Cousin and friend. He went peacefully, with his family around him at home - just the way that he wanted. Roger touched so many lives as he always put others before himself. A committed Labour Party man, Roger never gave up believing in changing the world to be a better and more fairer place. A campaign organiser, confidant and mentor he will be missed by many. His commitment to the Labour Party was only matched by his commitment to Wolverhampton Wanderers, a team who gave him ectasy and agony in equal doses over the years! Roger most of all was a husband and Dad, who always did what was best for his family here in the UK, and around the world. We will miss him immensely and look forward to celebrating properly with those who were part of Dad's life, once the COVID-19 period has passed. Jean, Jack and Robbie x

Roger Fellows was a loving husband, Dad, Uncle, Cousin and friend. He went peacefully, with his family around him at home - just the way that he wanted. Roger touched so many lives as he always put others before himself. A committed Labour Party man, Roger never gave up believing in changing the world to be a better and more fairer place. A campaign organiser, confidant and mentor he will be missed by many. His commitment to the Labour Party was only matched by his commitment to Wolverhampton Wanderers, a team who gave him ectasy and agony in equal doses over the years! Roger most of all was a husband and Dad, who always did what was best for his family here in the UK, and around the world. We will miss him immensely and look forward to celebrating properly with those who were part of Dad's life, once the COVID-19 period has passed. Jean, Jack and Robbie x