Former Richmond captain and president Neville Crowe died on Friday after a long illness. He was aged 79.
Crowe served the Tigers in a wide variety of roles, with current president Peggy O’Neal paying tribute to his lifelong passion and commitment to the AFL club.
“He was a Jack Dyer medallist, life member, Hall of Fame member and former president,” said O’Neal.
“His commitment to the Save Our Skins campaign epitomised his love of this football club and we are both honoured and indebted that he is such an important part of our history.”