In Loving Memory of

Kristie Forrest

Kristie Forrest

We have all lost a good friend and colleague in Kristie Forrest.  She has left an indelible impression on everyone that she has worked with or who knew her.  Kristie was there for everyone: through her immense talents for delivering imaginative yet practical work solutions in the most complex situations; through her sense of humour which always lifted the dreariest of meetings and the darkest of days; through her humanity in understanding the pressures people around her were under, and an uncanny ability to anticipate and then help; or through her instinct to care for all those around her, building a trusting and sharing environment. 

Many of you will have your own memories.  Losing someone so young is terribly sad and hard to come to terms with.  But she has left a legacy that we can keep in our minds and our hearts.  This book provides all of you with the chance to capture the memories that form that legacy and to share with her husband Wayne and her family the love and sense of loss that we all share for Kristie.

Wayne, we cannot appreciate the pain you are feeling now.  But knowing that Kristie remains in all our hearts too will, we hope, help to keep her memory alive. 

Book Owner: Stevie Ingram
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Liz Lawman

Wayne, Kristie was a force of nature in the best way possible. Her passion for the things she cared about – you and her family, the causes close to her heart and her work – was infectious. She was undaunted and brought such a positive energy to everything she did. Her sense of humour …

Mike Greenwood

Wayne and family, so sorry for your loss.  I got to know Kristie over the past year working together.  She was an amazing person and always happy to help.  She was so easy to warm to and get along with, direct when she needed to be, but in a way that people couldn’t say …

Mark Beardmore

What a loss to everyone who came to know and work with Kirstie. We first met back in 2012 when she worked with me on the original High Speed 2 programme mobilisation, having then worked through many challenges and programmes around the world. Kirstie was always there as a great light which brought you …

Sam El-Jouzi

Wayne and family, I can’t begin to imagine what you must be going through, and my sincerest condolences for your loss.  I have had the pleasure and privilege to have known and worked with Kristie for so many years, and will cherish those moments forever.  Kristie was an inspirational person and her positivity, and infectious …

Steve Feeney

Kristie, you were an amazing person who made everyone around you better. Working with you was always great and being able to count you as a friend meant so much to me. Will miss you, mate. Wayne, my thoughts, sympathies, and love, to you and the family. Steve …

Magda Shaw

Dearest Kristie, No words. Heartbroken. I feel so lucky and privileged to have known you. You were such joy and inspiration to work with and to be around. I will miss our long chats and lively discussions, your wit and astute perspectives. Thank you for being there when I needed advice and support, for …

Rob Milner

When I joined EWR Kristie made me feel so very welcome and part of the team, and was always on hand to provide help or just an encouraging word. I am very sorry for your loss, Kristie will be sadly missed but I am very gald I got to meet her, and will always …

Tom Roberts

Wayne, I am very fortunate to have known Kristie, she was such a delightful and sunny person who enriched all our lives. She contributed to life with modesty and confidence and making her personality positive, personal, and inspiring. She will be very much missed. I have you and your family in my thoughts, Tom …

Leah Russell

Wayne, Words can not describe how amazing Kristie was and what an impact she had on my life (and everyone around her). It’s funny how the universe brings people from completely different backgrounds together and they just ‘click’. She got me listening to a wide array of music and attending more concerts than ever, …

Ruth Baily

This has been incredibly sad news Wayne, Kristie was fully alive, excitable, chatty and super passionate about her work in our short time working together at HS2. Pre-Covid she was sooo excited to be getting married and building more adventures with you and we shared stories of second families and the ups and downs …
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