In Loving Memory of

Ben

Ben Fuchs

Ben was a kind and inspirational colleague and friend to many, and he will be deeply missed. Please share your memories of him. 

Book Owner: Shirley Collier
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Annie Blampied-Radojcin

Ben and I bonded over the unexpected death of Andrew Murray, a friend beloved to both of us.  I remember Ben as immensely kind, funny and hugely perceptive; and that Kira was always at the centre of his heart.  We had some adventures together including going to Palm Desert to stay with his brother, …

steve andrews

I was lucky to meet Ben several years ago and be touched and influenced by his generous spirit, kindness and wisdom. My work changed after our first meeting as I gained a different appreciation of what mattered to people and how to help and support others. He would kindly offer me thoughts and guidance …

Lakshnie Hettihewa

I worked with Ben over the last year or so and found him to be full of passion and integrity on issues of inequality. I really enjoyed our musings on psychology and what drives humans to behave as they do. It was truly a pleasure to work with and get to know him and …

Jo Vigor

Ben, the last time I saw you was at the team away day, sporting a lovely purple jumper, looking well and advsing us how lovely it was to see and be with folk after two years.  You were your usual self – thoughtful, engaging and funny! You will be missed by so many and …

Jochen Encke

Dear Ben, I have known you for over 30 years. You are part of my life. You always will be.  We met on that Friday in our regular peer group. I was struck how happy and at ease you looked. I had never seen you like that in all these years. You agreed. A …

Sam Dawson

I can see Ben’s twinkling eyes. We were interviewing Ben – creating a film for his community where he then lived, FINDHORN. We loved the joy that showed when he shared:  ” .. it’s not always easy living in a community of Christians, Bhuddists and the like…using their languaging, being Jewish… ” Jack and …

Ciara Ward

What a beautiful tribute to Ben and what a joy to read these messages, all imparting how remarkable he was, and how lucky we were to know him and soak up his energy. He appeared to have made a mark upon all of us. I had the pleasure and thrill of being supervised by …

Pam Clement

I first met Ben at our alternative, free thinking high school at age 16. He was and remained one of the kindest, thoughtful, generous souls I have ever known. Through the years (particularly since fb and our one and only high school reunion in 2010) it was my pleasure to keep up with some …

Suzie Bailey

Ben was so talented, with years of experience, fiercely passionate about the things he cared about, yet demonstrated great humility. He would always have the ability to make you think deeper, reflect, just that little bit further. On the last day we saw him, he looked so well, finely dressed in purple and with …

Edmund Cross

I first met Ben in a workshop he was co-running with his colleague and friend Andrew. I spent the first day of this workshop not ‘getting’ what they were doing until a penny dropped and what they were doing suddenly connected to what was going on in my life and gave me new ways …