In Memory of

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Michael Darling

In Memory of our dear colleague, Michael

Michael joined the Policy team in Pinnacle Partnerships as an Administrator in July 1997 and went on to join the Policy Services team within Pinnacle when the two companies merged.

With a keen eye for detail, a gift for retaining knowledge and his approachable and supportive nature, Michael was the person you would go to if you needed to know something.

Reliable, methodical and thorough, Michael went about his work with a smile on his face and soon found himself picking up technical queries, leading to his most recent role as a Tester for the Policy team.

Michael worked across many key projects during the 24 years he was with Pinnacle and met so many people across the business, many of whom he became good friends with.

Michael was extremely well known, especially for his singing and happy nature, and was respected by his friends and colleagues.  He will be hugely missed by us all.

Please leave a message in memory of Michael.  These will be passed on to his family.

 

 

 

 

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Angela Northam

Michael was a kind and gentle person. He always walked in to work smiling and greeting everyone as he walked through the office. I was very sorry to hear of the sad news and i will always remember his kind nature. My thoughts are your whole family at this difficult time. x  …

Emma (Em's) & Kevin

Michael was truly one of a kind. A man who always had a smile on his face and brightened any day through his words, actions or singing. Nothing was ever too much for Michael, and he was always available for any help or advice. As a person he would find so much joy in …

Amy Remnant

I am still in shock to find out this sad sad news. Michael you really were the friendliest, happiest and most helpful person. You lit up the room as soon as you walked through the door. I remember when I first joined Pinnacle as a temp and your kind words and support led me …

Kevin Rowan

Michael was the loveliest man. He was always happy, smiling and singing. An encounter with Michael would immediately lift your spirits and he would always offer to help in anyway that he could. His passing is so sad and he will be greatly missed by all his colleagues. He brought joy into the workplace …

Vanessa Knoetze

Michael, you were the most loving, happy, kind, funny person. Always there with a smile (and with a song). It was a joy to work with you.You were always there chomping away at your snacks while we worked. The office won’t be the same without you and will be missed! Condolences to your family at this …

Steve Beggs

Such sad news about Michael. I had the pleasure of knowing Michael for a number of years. He always had a smile on his face and could regularly be heard singing – he was one of the most genuine people I have ever met. I send on my thoughts to Michael’s family at this …

John Williams

So, so sad. I joined Pinnacle in the same year as Michael and was immediately struck by how nice and gentle a man he was. Always smiling, always gracious, always helpful. A truly great individual who will be sadly missed. I’ll always remember that smile and what a great man he was. A true …

Anthony Champou

I was lucky enough to be sat next to Michael for many months while I worked in the call centre and I don’t remember a single day he came into work without a smile on his face. A colleague of ours got me a birthday present which was a mug with Mr Happy on …

Sue Oake

The most amazing, gentle, caring and happiest man I have ever had the pleasure to know. Words cannot express the sadness I felt by his passing.  My thoughts are with Michaels family and friends at this time.  Heaven has gained an amazing Angel, keep singing Michael xx …

Michaela O'Hara

Michael you were a true gent. You really did light up the room. I can remember our talks about music and specifically our mutual love for Celine Dions song “Because you loved me” and how it sounds like a song about God. I hope your family know how much you were respected by us …
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