Book of Memories of

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Lesley Gilmer

In loving memory of Lesley Gilmer

Book Owner: The Investment Association
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Jon Whyte

Lesley was full of life with a wicked sense of humour.  Always so helpful and very kind. Even through her health problems she remained a shining light and every conversation brought a smile to my face. I will miss our chats but remeber her always. Condolences to Mick and the family …

Nicola Kembey

Lesley – it’s hard to believe that you have gone. You were so full of fun and banter. You filled the office with your wicked humour, your kindness and inclusiveness. We had so many funny conversations, sometimes en route to the station, or over lunch or just as part of an ordinary, busy work …

Jane Lowe

Lesley, you were my helper and right hand at work for many years.  Nobody could have done more than you did to support me, including during difficult times.  You brightened my life. You were such a lovely, kind, fun and hard-working person.  You put other people before yourself with enormous generosity of spirit.  Becky …

Jack Knight

Lesley gave everyone who arrived at the IA and its predecessors a welcome they would never forget. Niceties about health and safety or next of kin were quickly dispensed with before the agenda turned cats, holidays, Liverpool and other important things like what she was going to wear at the IA dinner. You just …

Liz Murrall

Lesely was one of the first people I met when I joined the iA and I will always remember her fondly.  She was such a lovely personality, great fun and someone for whom  nothing was too much trouble.   Her passing is a loss to us all and she will be much missed. …

Philip Warland

Not only was Lesley the life and soul of much that went on in the Association she was also a hard worker and a pleasure to have around. Her wit usually hit its mark accurately but without venom. It was a pleasure to work with her and she will be much missed. My condolences …

Hugo Gordon

Lesley was one of the first people I got to know at the IA – how could she not make an instant impression after all? She was a larger than life character, and very kind to me and all of the IA newbies on arrival. The IA hasn’t been the same without her. Rest …

Diane Sammy

Oh Lesley, you was the life and soul of the office. So caring and thoughtful, always put yourself out for others, including me when I nearly had an asthma attack. I am really going to miss you and your smile especially at the annual dinners, your love of RnB music singer Calvin Richardson.   …

Sheila Nicoll

Others have done a great job on summing up the one and only Lesley – fun, smiling, loyal, efficient, helpful, friendly, nothing too much trouble, especially if it involved making someone else’s life easier.  But also brave, a great photographer, (I still treasure the photographs she took at my leaving party) and dog lover …

Mike Gould

Lesley was a happy and friendly colleague. I remember when I brought a lemon drizzle cake that my son had baked into work, she asked me if he was married. What a laugh! …
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