A Book of Remembrance

Colin

Colin W. Stewart

Colin was a highly respected Partner of Galbraith, as well as a friend and colleague of us all.   From all at Galbraith we extend our sincerest condolences to Colin’s wife Kathleen, his son Cameron and daughter Kirsten, and their wider family. We hope this book conveys the deep warmth and regard we hold for Colin.

Book Owner: Martin Cassels
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Stefanie Bennett

I only met Colin face to face for the first time in May this year (we had spoken on the phone previously)  on a visit to the Perth office. He came to introduce himself with his well-known smile and welcoming words, a true gentleman.    I offer my sincere condolences to all of Colin’s …

Emma Chalmers

I could not have asked for a more genuine, supportive or gentlemanly fellow Partner, colleague and friend.  Colin was a great person with whom to discuss many matters, not just professional and always had an extremely sensible and practical approach.  He will be a huge loss to the Firm and leaves behind a massive …

Jack Marshall

I have been very fortunate to have worked with Colin, although it was a relatively short period of time, it was a time I enjoyed, and learned a huge amount from him.  Working with Colin was always a pleasure, and often I would look forward to site visits and inspections, as they never had …

Ian Hope

Whilst the shock may dissipate, the loss may never!  I had the very good fortune to work alongside Colin for 18 years and feel enormously grateful to Coln for giving me the opportunity to forge a wonderful career as a Professional.  I couldn’t have learnt from a better or more accomplished mentor.  Colin’s clear …

Calum Chalmers

As one of the members of the Perth Rural team I was lucky enough to benefit from the wisdom, humour and kindness Colin shared to others on a daily basis. I found one of the remarkable things about Colin was regardless of the workload or stress he was under, often shown by the endless …

Andrew Sanderson

Colin had interviewed me twice prior to me starting at Galbraith as a graduate. He was the one who gave me the call to offer me one of the graduate positions in the Perth office and for that I am truly grateful. From day one, Colin was extremely welcoming and was always willing to …

Kate Michie

My deepest condolences for Colins friends and family. I have worked with Colin for my whole career at Galbraith, and he has been an absolute pillar of knowledge, humour, and confidence in that time. I would always trun to Colin for the steady and clever answer to whatever issue I was facing. Colin was …

Robert Garrett

I joined Galbraith’s Perth Office where Colin was based in 2010 and whilst we never worked together directly our paths regularly crossed and for a short time I had the pleasure of sharing his office. Colin was an absolute gentleman in all senses of the word, always positive, full of enthusiasm and always willing …

Lucie Howatson

Colin and I joined Galbraith within a year of each other.  We first met when I visited the Alyth office to hand over some papers.  Colin and I spent a good half hour chatting; he put aside his work and made time for me, asking about my job within the firm, my work, where …

Wattie Barbour

Colin’s passing came as an enormous shock to us all at Galbraith, especially those of us who worked closely with him.  He was a man of fairness, integrity and with the ability to bring common sense and clear thought to any problem thrown at him.  He was a great mentor for the younger generation …