In Loving Memory of


Jerry Skillings

Jerry skillings was a well respected colleague and more than that a much loved friend to many. Our thoughts are with his family and loved ones as we remember and share our fond memories.

Book Owner: Josh Jones-Keen
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Shelley Chirnside

Jerry, top bloke. I’m going to.miss your gestures and facial expressions across the desk when you were on boring or frustrating calls, they made me smile. I’m going to miss our footie banter – you being a Gooner and me being a Yid, they were feisty conversations at times and I’m going to miss …

Claire Ricketts

It has been an absolute age since I spoke or hung out with Jerry outside of work.  More recently it was me requesting his time to run through work queries, which he always made time for plus a quick catch-up which I enjoyed.  Massively regretful that’s how it was and wish I’d had more …

Danni Brown

I can’t believe you have gone, from chatting on the phone the week before, working together on a project  to seeing you at Boozy’s funeral!! Just can’t believe it!  You were one of the most kindest, sweetest, unassuming people I’ve even known and you will be missed sorely by many! Our love and thoughts …

Sergiu Dumbrava

Jerry was one in a million. He was the kindest, funniest and wisest friend I could have ever had. I am sorry he’s gone. He will be missed a lot.  …

Josh Jones-Keen

Legend is a world that can be overused but to describe you its perfect. Top bloke who would do anything for anyone and more often than not with a smile and a joke along the way! It’s been a pleasure tp work with you closely for the last few years and always enjoyed the …

Graham Clark

Jerry, it was an honour to know you both as a colleague and a friend. Work and Poole will never be quite the same again. Still remember your 18th birthday and you collapsing in the 4C toilets after a lunchtime sesh in the George. What larks we had! Still can’t believe you’re gone, but …
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