In Loving Memory of

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Chris Jenney

This online book of condolence has been set up to remember our dear friend and University of London colleague, Chris Jenney.

Gregarious, with an innate gift for friendship, plus a genuine desire to help students and Teaching Centre colleagues alike, Chris gave a staggering 35 years’ service to the University as a Senior Admissions Manager and, more recently, Head of Institutions. His enormous contribution to the success of the University of London Worldwide was rightly acknowledged with a special award in June 2015, at an event which celebrated the 150th anniversary of the first University of London exams to be taken overseas.

Chris will be deeply missed by us all, but remembered often with much love and affection.

Book Owner: Peter Quinn
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Tim Gore

Chris set an example as someone utterly passionate about his work and the students. He did this with an innate professionalism and great humanity and warmth.  There didn’t seem to be a corner of this world he wasn’t familiar with and had frienmds and people he touched there. He will be greatly missed. …

Inger-Lise Moen

Chris was already a legend in the University when I joined some 15+ years ago, and when I met him it was not hard to understand why. His passion for the University and the students was inspring and we will miss him so much. Even after he retired he offered his help and assitance …

Lewis McKinnon

When I joined the University of London in August 2015, Chris’ name was already being reinforced to me as the person to go to for any guidance on an upcoming trip, history about the University of London and its colleagues past and present, and that he will always be happy to have a prolonged …

Rosie Gosling

Darling Chris, Mr J, Crocodile, friend and companion for over thirty years.   Thank you for your wonderful friendship –  for whispered conversations on stage, for discrete conversations in cars being taken to onknown places and to great food experiences with cocktails and chocolates.   Meeting you made the experience of travelling with the …

John Ferra

Chris was my dear friend and colleague for over twenty years and his passing fills me with sorrow, but also many, many wonderful happy memories.  He was a walking encyclopaedia of travel tips and recommendations long before TripAdvisor and Google.  Whilst travelling, he was always thoughtful, kind and generous – that was our Chris, …

Becky Unitt

The completely inimitable, always fabulous, one and only Chris Jenney – you will be so, so missed. Chris was an absolute joy to work with, an exquisite storyteller and fantastic company any time, any where. I have such fond memories of accompanying Chris to Bat out of Hell: The Musical, which was as utterly …

Jo HarrisI c

‘Mr J’ as a few of us called him was one of life’s characters – I don’t think there was a country or city in the world where he didn’t have a fab recommendation of where to stay, what you should try and see and interesting places to eat and drink….before and after google …

Reetu Kansal

Chris was a warm and fun-loving colleague and friend. I always appreciated his kindness and I would remember him fondly for all the years I knew him. Thank you to Chris, for being a genuinely lovely person.  …

Jianlin Zhang

Dear Chris, I will never forget your crystal-clear guidance when I phoned Senate House Admission office 24 years ago. Thank you for opening your welcoming arm to me. The University of London programme has completely changed my life beyond imagination. May your kind soul rest in peace.Your friend and colleague from Singapore …

Hala Fares

Chris is so dear to all of us. I know him for more than 15 years, he has been supportive in all ways, with such a nice and kind spirit. We shall all miss you Chris. May your good soul Rest In Peace ❤️Your freind from Egypt, Hala Fares …
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