The Cambridge United family lost another member with the death on November 23, at the age of just 45, of Kevin Austin.
Austin, a defender who played seven times for Trinidad and Tobago, made seven appearances for the U's in an injury-hit 2001/02 season.
But he otherwise enjoyed a long career, with more than 100 appearances for Leyton Orient, Lincoln City and Swansea City in a total of 500 for nine League clubs.
Born in Hackney, Austin played for Saffron Walden Town before joining Orient in 1993. Three years later he moved to Lincoln, where he first played under manager John Beck.
It would be the summer of 2001 before he rejoined Beck, then in his second spell as United manager. He suffered an injury in pre-season training almost immediately, and did not make his U's debut until 2 February 2002, when he came on as a substitute in a 0-0 draw at Queens Park Rangers.
John Taylor, who had replaced Beck in the manager's chair, released Austin when it became apparent that United were doomed to relegation from Division Two.
After joining Kettering Town for the rest of 2001/02, he returned to League football with Bristol Rovers, and went on to play for Swansea, Chesterfield, Darlington and Boston United. He later worked as a coach with Scunthorpe United's academy.
He was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in April of this year.