Memories of


Gavin Royce Cox

In memory of our friend and colleague, Gavin, who passed away on the 19th August.

This is a book of memories and thoughts of Gavin, allowing his colleagues to express their condolences to his loved ones.

We will recall with fondness the care he always showed to others, as well as his profound love for sport (particularly rugby and skiing).

A Kiwi by birth, he was proud to live in Southfields in South West London, and was an active & admired member of the Church and Wimbledon RFC communities.

Book Owner: Alan Fairhurst
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Steve Thomas

Dear Kitty and family, my deepest sympathy for your loss. Even though I had last worked with him years ago, Gavin always had time for a chat and a laugh when we passed each other in the office. He will be greatly missed. My thoughts are with you and my deepest condolences go to …

Manish Kumar

My condolences for your loss. Gavin was a very friendly and kind hearted person. I had the opportunity to work with him on a number of projects. My memory is that I was always after him for all sorts of approvals and he was always on the run ………..just to tease me. 🙂 Nothing …

Jon Wileman

I’m so sorry for your loss. I really liked Gavin, and really enjoyed being in his company. I always found him to be a very warm person, and he talked about his family a lot, which I really liked. You could tell he was very proud of his family. I’m thinking about you all. …

Amanda Wragg

When Gavin joined the Release Management Team, he was a breath of fresh air and brought so much fun to the team.  Always enjoyed a ‘chat’ and I will certainly remember those times with great fondness.  Gavin had an amazing life with you, Kitty, and with the boys, he always spoke about you all …

Richard Bedford

It was a privilege and a pleasure to have worked closely with Gavin over several years. Gavin was always friendly and supportive and a very easy person to get on with. He will be greatly missed. My thoughts are with his family. …

Sue GP

I didnt work directly with Gavin but its a measure of the man he was that whenever we had cause to interact, he left a continuing positive impact.  Gavin was gentle, caring and compassionate. Such sad news . Sending love and hugs to Kitty and the boys xxx …

Neil Procter

Gavin was a wonderful person and always very pleasant to interact with in Rathbone Street office. I am so sorry for your loss Kitty and my deepest condolences go to yourself and your family. Neil. …

Hussain Ghafoor

What a great guy who will be dearly missed!  The value of a person can be guaged by the emptyness we feel when he is gone.  Gavin has left a gap that will be hard to fill, such a great guy, a good listener who was nice to be with.  I remember talking with …

Tonia Ryan

Dear Kitty & family – my deepest sympathy for your loss. Gavin was a lovely colleague to have and work alongside, always ready to teach others, to help and share his knowledge. He will be greatly missed. Our thoughts are with you.  …

Ian Lundy-Lester

Dear Kitty and family, it was with great sadness that I learnt about Gavin’s death.  I am deeply sorry for your loss and I pass on my condolences to you at this very sad time.  I worked with Gavin on the Cheltenham programme and he was a great go-to person and problem solver.  He …
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