In Loving Memory of

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Anne Hough

A compilation of our fond memories of  Anne, as both a work colleague, and a friend.

Book Owner: Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Imperial College, London.
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Deniz Gunduz

I was so sad and shocked to learn that Anne had passed away.  Like for many others, she was one of the first people I got to know in the department, and had the pleasure to work with her for several years before her retirement. She always tried her best to help and comfort people whatever the problem …

Faye Gosling

Having worked in EEE myself for some years, I interacted with Anne quite frequently. She always had time for a chat despite having a busy workload and a steady stream of visitors! She always had a smile on her face. Anne was a firm member of the “coffee mornings” gang which is still an …

Christine and John Allwright

We were so shocked and sad to learn that Anne has passed away.   Its hard to take it in, as she was always so full of life and enthusiasm.   We have many memories of social gatherings in the level 6 common room – morning coffee, afternoon birthday teas etc.  Anne’s warm, friendly personality always …

Tim Green

I remember Anne and a warm and cheerful presence in the department, someone it was easy to talk to and who made the place better. She welcomed many hundreds of postgraduates and RAs to the department, and I am sure they all felt much better about arriving somewhere new because of her welcome. It …

Eric Kerrigan

I was very saddened and shocked to hear about Anne passing away so soon. My main memory of her was that she was always smiling and upbeat – I was always a little bit happier after having chatted to her. …

David Winstanley

I first met Anne 25 years ago for the 1st time as she organised my interview in the EE Department. I got to know her well particularly with her use of the Department Database EDIE (that I maintained), which she used to keep records of all the Postgraduate Research students.She was a delight to …

Eric Yeatman

It was so sad to hear of Anne’s passing, far before her time. She was a wonderful colleague, cheerful, effective and dedicated. The number of students who benefited from her kindness and support is in the many hundreds, and through them her impact has been enormous. She was a good friend to many of …

Daniel Nucinkis

I’m so sad to hear that the wonderful Anne is gone. We did not overlap for long, but her office was next to mine and we chatted a lot. She introduced me to the weekly lunchtime concerts, which became a highlight of my week, and for which I am very grateful! I think of …

Samantha Symmonds

I was deeply saddened to hear than Ann had passed away.  I remember the day she joined EEE and have fond memories of her sharing an office with Clare. Ann was always very thoughtful and kind and she will be greatly missed by all those who had the privilege of knowing her. …

Teresa Carbajo Garcia

Anne was one of the loveliest, kindest, warmest people I have met, and I am very sorry to hear about her death. I remember seeing her at one OSD Christmas party, not long after her retirement, in excellent spirits, telling us about her planned sailing trips, loving life. It is incredibly sad to think …
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