Our long-standing colleague Clive Johnson sadly passed away on the 23rd of September in hospital after a short illness.
Clive was well known to lots of staff having worked for the Royal Borough of Kingston for 23 years.
He was a highly respected and much-liked colleague involved in IT support over the years. He always went out of his way to be helpful and was tenacious in finding the best solutions to people’s problems. His dry humour always generated laughter.
He will be a massive loss to IT and the wider Council.
People can share their stories, thoughts and photos. A book will then be created for his family to reflect on Clive’s working life at Kingston.
Our thoughts are with his family and friends.
Book Owner: John Wilson
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I am so sorry to hear the sad news of Clive’s passing and send my condolences to his family and friends. Clive was a brilliant colleague, always willing to help me and my team with our IT issues. He will be sadly missed around the office. …
My thoughts are with Clive’s family and friends at this sad time, for the loss of a great human being. I have known Clive since I started at RBK 12 years ago, Clive was always willing to drop everything and help others, going above and beyond with his huge heart and knowledge. Clive will …
Clive has been a very familiar face, I have seen him in and around number of times always ready to help colleagues including me as a new starter in 2018. I am truly sorry to hear of the loss. May his soul rest in peace. …
Clive was my friend and a mentor, he had my back. He was also a cantankerous old Git and a wind up merchant. I will miss him greatly. He had so much experience and he was not slow in putting his opionion across. I will miss our chats and his guidance. Clive’s presence and …
It was a very sad news when I heard that Clive has passed away. He is a great individual with loads of patience and very dedicated towards his work. I feel very grateful that I met him. Its a great loss to the council. My thoughts are with his family. Rest in peace Clive. …
We were all shocked by the sad news and even as I write this there is still an element of disbelief. I’ve known Clive since he started at Kingston and he has always been a good friend and colleague. I’ll always fondly recall his words of wisdom, guaranteed to raise a laugh as he …
So sorry to hear of Clive’s passing, he was a real character. Sending heartfelt condolences to his friends and family – He will be greatly missed …
I am so sorry to hear about Clive’s passing. I had the pleasure of working with him at Kingston council during my time in the UK. I remember enjoying his sense of humour. He often made me smile and I appreciated how kind and incredibly helpful he was to all around him. I know …
Clive was a thoroughly helpful, honest, direct and decent man. My sincere condolences to his family, a true loss. The measure of a man is how quickly he can stand after a fall. When he fractured his shoulder a few years ago, within a week he turned up at the office to start a …
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