In Memory of

LRS

Luke Robson-Smith

This book is in memory of a dear son, a loving brother and good friend to many.

Luke was lucky to have so many friends and family that loved and cared for him, so this book is a place to share memories so that we can celebrate his life and remember the intelligent, witty and caring person that he was.

 

 

 

 

 

Book Owner: Chris, Anne & Dom
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Tom (WDP)

I only knew Luke briefly through his volunteering, but his fierce intelligence and his passion to help others really shone through in that time. He bought a real array of skills in to the organisation and had really creative ideas about how these skills could be harnessed. I have clear memories of meeting Luke …

Jacqui

Dom’s big brother was how I knew you and I’m so glad I got that opportunity to know you. One of the easiest people to get along with I have met, always a hello, always time for a chat, you helped me with my CV and you tried to help me with a job …

Jackie Edwards

Luke, I wish I could have spent more time with you over the years.  I am so thankful of the time we did spend together during my last visit to England.  You always provided fantastic conversation especially when it pertained to our favorite heavy metal bands.   I wish that your trip to California last …

Sammy

Hey Luke! Just a message to let you know how wonderful your funeral was. It was full of funny anecdotes and everyone said how caring and intelligent you are. I know this to be true too. Thank you for checking up on me in lockdown when things got tough. Thank you for defending me …

Devon (IRU, WDP)

Luke was incredibly thoughtful, immensely intelligent, and very funny. Whilst Luke’s intelligence was what initially impressed us when we first began working with him, it was his humour and thoughtfulness that struck the biggest chord for all of us as we got to know him. Even when he himself was struggling, he would always, …

Joni Paski

It really is strange how big of an impact a person you have never actually met can have on your life. Despite there being almost a 15-year age gap between us, and the fact that we live in different countries Luke and I really connected. We had similiar interests, but also we had similiar …

Dave, WDP

I knew Luke to be a passionate, intelligent and caring person, who had a genuine desire to see the world as a better place, caring for those that were on the margins of connectivity and care.  Seeing this desire into reality by helping others and volunteering in the community.  I am certain Luke’s death …

Tina

Dearest Luke, I’m sorry that we never got to meet you as you were growing up, but I heard lots about you as you grew up. Reading all your messages, makes me see what a wonderful, fun, loved person you were.  My only memory of you, was coming to see you when, you were …

Helena Psaila

I met Luke when we were 12. It was my first week at Hartford and he introduced himself as “Luke, as in Skywalker”. Since that moment we remained close friends. I was supposed to be the calming influence in GCSE Maths but he managed to persuade me to draw a beard on his face …

Scott Vaughan

I used to work with Luke a few years back early in his career. I remember him as a very funny, sociable guy and always fun to be around. He will be missed. This picture was taken at V2009 where he introduced me to the sounds of ‘Biffy Clyro’. …
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