In Loving Memory of


Andy Debski

Andy’s recent passing was such a shock to all of his friends and colleagues at Enfield Council.

He had worked with us for over 20 years, joining in April 2000 as a resident caretaker. In 2002 he took the job of Estate Manager, and then, in 2013, he joined the Counter Fraud Team.

Our Chief Executive, Ian Davies, remembers Andy as a hard-working and well-respected employee, who will be greatly missed.

Please take some time to share your own memories of Andy, which will in turn be shared with his three children and members of Andy’s family, to whom we offer our most sincere condolences.

Thank you,

Bob Cundick, Counter Fraud Manager

Book Owner: Bob Cundick
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Gary Dowdell

It’s been sometime since we received the desperately sad news of dear Andy’s departing. Even now I find it hard to believe that we will no longer hear Andy’s hearty bellow of ‘Hello!’ on arrival at the office. Though I didn’t work directly with Andy, we were still part of the same team, and …

Jacqueline Fontaine

I knew Andy when he first worked as a caretaker, he was a hardworking officer. I left EH in 2010 and remained in contact with Andy when he joined Fraud Dept. Andy was a confident man. He will he missed by all. He made a great impact on many he worked with and made …

Alison Smith

So sad to hear about Andy. He was always very enthusiastic about the work that he did and helped me many times during my years with LBE. RIP Andy. You will be missed. …

Bisola Bakre

Such a shock to hear of the passing of a good man. Andy was a pleasure to work with, a great member of the Income team. My prayers are with his family. May his soul be with the Lord. He will be sorely missed xxx. …

Desola Bakre

Still in total shock we spoke not to long ago words cannot express how I’m feeling. We have known each other for years when I would come to the office and see dad,who knew years later we would work so closely together. Not once have you ever been to busy to help and assist …

Claudette Kenlock

My heart sank when I heard the news, of Andy’s passing.  He was such a lovely and funny guy.  I remember the jokes and laughter we shared.  A big friendly guy, so special, who will never be forgotten, may his soul rest in everlasting peace.  My thoughts and prayers to his family.   …

Clive Green

Oh Andy. I should start by saying our first conversation didnt go well. It was a dispute over a long standing Fraud issue (years!) and Andy was not satisfied with my decision which would close it and move it on. We avoided each other for a while until we were once again drawn together …

Catherine Charlton

Saddened to hear of Andy’s passing.   Lunchtimes in the Edmonton kitchen were such a joy with Andy, watching him conjoure up a 3 course meal, tie thrown over his shoulder, and listening to his stories, of which there were many.   He was a brilliant colleague to work with, and so passionate about his job.  …

Dilys Tisshaw

I was so shocked and saddened to hear of Andy’s passing. Andy was such a big presence and character in the office, loud, friendly, approachable and never too busy to help. If there was a sniff of a fraud he was like a dog with a bone, determined to get to the bottom of …

Anita Denyer

I may have only known for a few years, but boy what an impact.  The best Fraud Officer I have ever worked with.  Your passion, drive and absolute determination is something admired by all.  I will always remember you coming round the corner on that bike (which always made me chuckle) and the feasts …
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