In Loving Memory of

Amandeep Manget

Amandeep Manget

Amandeep (Am) was a much-valued Breast Cancer Now colleague, working in the People & Organisational Development Team in London.

She joined Breast Cancer Care as a Senior Business Partner in 2015, a role that was very important to her.

Am was instrumental in helping us through the merger and was a member of the skeleton team during 2020, working hard to support everyone whether they were in the office or on furlough and through the organisational change we went through. Am also made a big contribution to our equality, diversity and inclusion work.

Her infectious laugh and willingness to help people made her hugely popular. Am really will be greatly missed.

Book Owner: Fiona Murton-Taylor
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Brooke

Dearest Am, you we’re such a ray of sunshine. You always took the time to have a chat and you had such a beautiful infectious laugh. I remember talking to you about festivals and how excited we both were for Glastonbury. You always had time for people and were such an amazing support for …

Fiona Murton-Taylor

Olivia A

I will be forever grateful for the kindness and care Am gave to me when supporting me in difficult job role circumstances; and forever appreciative of the positivity and happiness that surrounded Am’s presence. Sending love and strength to Am’s family in this most difficult moment, may some comfort can be found in the …

Fiona Murton-Taylor

Sophie

Am was so vibrant, caring, supportive and fun and this incredibly sad news is so hard to comprehend. It was wonderful to have known Am and I feel lucky to have worked with her at the charity for many years. Am will be hugely missed by us all and I’m sending love to her …

Sophie

Sarah C

Lovely Am, from chatting about travelling and family life to the oddness of lockdown working, you were always kind, funny and so thoughtful. You will be so very missed both as a colleague and a friend. Thank you for always being you, and bringing laughter to all situations. Sarah xxxx …

Fiona Murton-Taylor

Shurron

Am, I remember the first time we met – and how we chatted like old friends. It was so easy to get along with you. I will miss you so much at Breast Cancer Now. You lived your values in the way you did your job: You saw each employee as a person who …

Fiona Murton-Taylor

Janet Kirby

Am helped me to get started at Breast Cancer Now last year. She was always very friendly and helpful. I am sending lots of love and strength to her family and friends.  …

Fiona Murton-Taylor

Rachel T

Lovely Am, it’s been so hard trying to find the right words to do justice to such an incredible person and to come to terms with such a shocking and sad situation. Thank you for being you! In every situation your compassion provided much needed support, your experience provided reassurance of the right/best way …

Fiona Murton-Taylor

Leah

Am, We talked about Costa Rica, our love of rose gold and the madness of lockdown. You were a constant, stabilising and reassuring part of my 4 years at the charity. The values that you so clearly lived by and demonstrated will inspire me in my life – loving your family wholeheartedly and travelling …

Fiona Murton-Taylor

Liane Grimes

It’s still so hard to believe that Am has been taken so soon. I have many memories of Am, one of which is Am saying to us when we were talking about equality and diversity: “Why can’t everyone just like and respect each other?” and this really embodied Am’s beliefs in fairness and kindness. …

Fiona Murton-Taylor

Shuhel Miah

I can’t believe I am having to write this. I’ve known you prior to merger and we as a team had a very awkward HR meeting due to us not brining lunch which we all blame Martin as he told us to have lunch before the meeting! But since then, we all worked as …

Fiona Murton-Taylor

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