There will be a West Ham United themed funeral today for a mum who was killed in a story which rocked the nation.
Friends and family will say a final goodbye to ‘beautiful’ mum and big West Ham fan Terri Harris at a Hammers themed funeral after she was found dead at a home in Killamarsh – on the Derbyshire-Sheffield border – last month.
There was dark news recently when another huge West Ham fan, MP David Amess, was killed.
According to West Ham insiders Claret and Hugh, the club will display a photo of Sir David on the big screen before kick-off against Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday with an announcement made over the speakers.
West Ham themed funeral for mum killed in story which rocked the nation
It follows the tragic death of West Ham fan and mum-of-two Terri, 35, who was found alongside her children – John Paul Bennett, 13, and Lacey Bennett, 11, and family friend Connie Gent, 11, in a house in Chandos Crescent, Killamarsh last month.
The shocking story – widely reported by the likes of Sky News – rocked the nation.
Damien Bendall, 31, was charged with four counts of murder and will be on trial some time between March and May next year.
Inquests into the death of Terri, John Paul, Lacey and Connie opened at Chesterfield Coroner’s Court on September 27 and were suspended pending the conclusion of criminal proceedings.
According to Yorkshire Live, Terri’s family will today be laying the beloved mum-of-two to rest in the West Ham themed funeral.
Barry Pritchard Funeral Services posted an update on their social media page to let friends, family and loved ones know about the plan for today’s proceedings.
Terri, an ardent West Ham supporter, will be having a claret and blue themed funeral in a nod to her beloved Hammers – who take on Genk in the Europa League this evening.
In the update, a spokesperson for Barry Pritchard Funeral Services said: “Donations if so desired to Cancer Research Uk C/o Barry Pritchard Funeral Service, 55, Bridge Street, Killamarsh, Sheffield S21 1AL tel: 0114 228 0082.”