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Andrew Peter Cox

It was with great sadness that our friend and colleague Andrew passed away on the 10th February 2021.

Andrew was a hugely respected figure within Guy Carpenter, the Actuarial Community, and across the whole Insurance and Reinsurance industry, making a great contribution to our lives and work.

This book is for us to record our memories of Andrew and share with his family how highly we thought of him.

Book Owner: Guy Carpenter
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Rev Alex Volossevich

Dear family and friends of Andrew I am truly shocked and saddened to hear of Andrew’s death.  He was a fairly regular member of the Christian Fellowship at St Olave’s and always seemed full of life and cheer.  We will all miss him and commend his soul to God with our prayers. I would be happy to talk with anyone who is grieving at this time.  Please contact me on: revav@outlook.com. ‘The LORD is close to the brokenhearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit.’ Psalm 34:18 God bless you all.  Alex Volossevich. …

Ian Turner

I am so terribly sorry to hear this news. I worked with Andrew at the start of my career at LCP. He was brilliant to know. Incredibly smart, thoughtful. My thoughts are with his close friends and family.  …

David Furlong

I have just heard the sad news about my former colleague Andrew.  I had the opportunity to work with him while I was at a sister company, Mercer.  We had the great challenge and fun of launching joint efforts which required every bit of creativity and persistence.  I could always count on Andrew for not only his intellect and persistence but his wicked sense of humour and easy-going attitude.  He became a good friend and ally and I know that he will be missed by so many.  My sincere condolences to all his friends, colleagues, and especially his family.  It was truly always a pleasure to have the opportunity to work with him.  Gone much, much too soon.  My sincerest regards, David …

Steve Mumford

I am glad I found this page as I had been wanting to find an outlet to pass on my condolences to Andrew’s family, friends and colleagues.   I knew Andrew purely from a work perspective – I head up the reinsurance for a large insurer based in Gibraltar and in 2017 we appointed GC to be our broker. Andrew formed part of the key team to work on our account and I very quickly warmed to his approach and willingness to have an intellectual debate with whomever happened to be sat next to him at the dinner table.   We had an affinity of sporting interests (Leicester Tigers and English cricket) and would often have to bite my tongue as he mercilessly took the mic out of Gibraltar for not being an island but still proudly hosting the Island Games.    I remember one night shortly after GC joined us when he and Ian Kerton were over in Gib and after a decent meal and a few drinks we wound up playing pool with a colleague of mine. The final match went down to the black and Andrew had the shot to win. So much hydration had taken …

Marcus Felgate

Dear family and friends of Andrew, I am deeply saddened by the passing of Andew. I had the privalige of working with Andrew on a number of projects over the last eight years and was always impressed by his calm, considered approach, his knowledge and dilligence; a true professional. It’s been a pleasure to have learned from Andrew and he will be sadly missed. My heart goes out to you all. Marcus …

David Lightfoot

To Andrew’s family:  My deepest sympathies are with you all.  I’ve had the pleasure of working with Andrew over the years and will deeply miss his unique mix of intellecualism, wit, passion and level of commitment he brought to work and the level of caring he demonstrated to his colleagues and friends about their well being and spirit.  Andrew’s accident is a trajedy and I will continue to miss him and think about him often.  Sending this to you with a heavy heart, Dave …

Eddy Vanbeneden

I was shocked when I learned that Andrew passed away. I had the opportunity to work with Andrew for many years and to have casual chats during some of our travels. He was always passionated and talked with full integrity. My sincere codolences to the family and all his friends. Our thoughts are with you. …

Tom Hettinger

Upon hearing of Andrew’s passing, the world paused.  Universally we all just let our heads fall into our hands and felt a tear on our collective cheeks.  Andrew was well liked and respected in a number of communities that I had the honor of knowing him through.  We appreciated having him as a colleague because you knew you could approach him with the tough questions or ask him to ponder through the new ideas.  Whether it was having a theoretical conversation over a cup of coffee or having a pint and talking about the simple joys of life, he was a pleasure to be around and I for one know that I looked forward to my visits to London to get some time to interact with him.  My deepest condolences. …

Richard Rodriguez

Andrew was kind, thoughtful and quick witted. I knew Andrew for many years professionally and it was a privilege working alongside him for the past couple of years at Guy Carpenter. He was always a very good source of advice when issues arose. He will be greatly missed by myself and many others. My sincere condolences and best wishes go to Ella, Jonah, Seth and all of Andrew’s family. …

Matthew Russell

Andrew was a good friend and close colleague and will be missed for his kindness and integrity. I have always found him to be a sympathetic, open minded, trustworthy and approachable colleague. We worked together closely over many years; he was my first port of call for professional and personal matters at work. He had the trust and respect of everyone at the firm. I will remember fondly our many discussions on technical and theoretical topics which I believe we both enjoyed and in which we always found agreement. My condolences to his friends and family. …
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