KHIST Board Resignations

At the recent KHIST Board Meeting, members were unanimous in expressing our sincere thanks to Geoff Coles and Dave Mole for their utmost dedication to the Trust, whilst they have each served on the Board.

  • Geoff succeeded the late Steve Millington as Chairman in June 2013, after having served as Membership Secretary and Treasurer, since first joining the Board in November 2011. He has presided over a very successful period during which the mutually advantageous relationship between the football club and its supporters, as represented by the Trust, has been unprecedented. He has, in recent times, been a proud member of the Kidderminster Harriers’ Board of Directors, as one of our supporter representatives and has given sterling service to the club in that capacity.  Geoff has worked extremely hard in his role and, during his tenure as Chairman, has succeeded in moving the Trust forward. His board colleagues wish to express our gratitude for the dedication he’s displayed throughout that time. Unfortunately, he’s recently been hospitalised and now needs to concentrate on making a full recovery.  Thanks for your good wishes Geoff. All the best!
  • Dave was co-opted to the KHIST Board in April 2014 and has devoted considerable time and effort to the Trust’s activities, ever since. He’s served as Membership Secretary since November 2014, initially completing a thorough overhaul of procedures and records. His commitment to “engaging with the fans” has been particularly influential. Members will know Dave as the guy who has organised numerous KHIST events, acting as ‘auctioneer’ and, even doing the catering, for which he is eminently qualified. He’s also run the bar in the East Stand, on match days. Dave’s been an employee of our football club, for whom his unique style of diligence and commitment has not gone unrecognised, since 2015. We are grateful to Dave for all his tremendous support of the Trust. We appreciate that his decision to leave the Board has been a difficult one and he will be missed. All the best Dave!