A permanent memorial to Bob Woolmer at Edgbaston cricket ground would be a "fitting tribute", according to former Warwickshire chief executive Dennis Amiss.
During Woolmer’s time as coach of Warwickshire, the county won the NatWest Trophy in 1993 and the treble of County Championship, Sunday League and Benson & Hedges Cup the following year.
Amiss said: "A permanent memorial to Bob Woolmer by Warwickshire would be a fitting tribute. He brought great honour to the club. I know the club were thinking of doing something to honour Bob and everyone at the club is very proud of what he achieved for Warwickshire.
"He helped them to dominate the game, winning so many trophies. He was a wonderful coach, the first of the modern-day coaches with the laptop analysis of things.
"He was totally involved at the club, not only with the players but their families. He was a true Bear."