In Loving Memory of

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Andrew Woodward

In fond and loving memory of a dear friend and colleague, a gift to us all who will be sorely and forever missed

Book Owner: John de la Rue
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Annette Howard

If only Andy could read these lovely messages. He was so totally unassuming, I’m not sure he realised just how much people thought of him. Underneath that ‘straight down the line’ exterior lay a heart of gold and it was a privilege to have known him and called him a friend. He was always …

Mark Bennett

Andy Woodward – ‘Woody’ – had the driest sense of humour of anyone I think I have ever met. Sensible, straight-down-the-line, sensible, supportive, and a reliable friend in a world of madness.  Go off on a work Christmas ‘do’, however, and his ability to entertain took on a completely different persona.  His dancing was …

Claire Fisher

I was very shocked and sad to hear of Andy’s passing. I worked with Andy for over 20 years which was a joy. He was always ready to help and advise if asked. I learn a lot from him. He had the warmest personality, great sense of humour, fun, kind and knowledgeable. I could …

Paul Jones

So sad to hear of the passing of Andy.  Fondest memory was when we were up at Sheffield carrying out due diligence on the contract. If you stayed over you received a meal subsistence voucher but unfortunately it could not all be spent on alcohol, as some of it had to be spent on …

Annie Bramley

I first worked with Andy over 20 years ago, when Capita were running housing benefits at Lambeth and many more times after that supporting bids.  Andy, I will always remember you as a true gent, completely without ego, always patient and calm even in the most stressful of situations – someone I could always …

Anita Bradley

I have known Andy since the olden days of Westminster Benefits Service but really got to know him  when and we all sat together (as APT) under John in Bromley. He was a lovely guy, always helpful and what fun we had on our Team outings.  What I loved about him was his sense …

Phil Black

I first met Andy in a pub in Victoria which became a bit of a running theme over the years we worked together. I was considering a move to the Client Team and Andy was immediately helpful and encouraging. It was an absolute pleasure to work with Andy, he was incredibly generous with his …

Bee Walters

Even though it has been over 20 years since I worked with Andy on Team 4, I still remember those days at Chippenham Road and Stanhope House as some of the best ‘work’ experiences I have ever had. Andy had a wicked sense of humour and, along with his partner-in-crime John, used to pull …

Mary Swan

I was shocked and so sorry to hear the news about Andy, why is it always the good guys? I first met Andy when I joined Westminster Benefits at Stanhope House in 1995 having never worked in Housing Benefits before. Whenever I needed help in understanding detailed or complex legislation I could rely on …

Andy Paull

I’m very rarely shocked these days, but the news about Andy did just that. I’ve worked with Andy (and Capita) for a long time and I can honestly say Andy is one of the nicest, knowledgable and down to earth people I’ve ever met. His transition from bid / sales support back into operations …
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