In Loving Memory of

Neil Williams

On Thursday, 30th September our much loved colleague, Neil Williams passed away suddenly.  Neil had been a colleague at Willis for over 35 years and during that time, he touched many of our lives.  One thing is for sure, anyone who met Neil loved him.  He was a true gentleman in every sense of the word; a family man, a renowned sportsman and the most professional of colleagues that you could ever hope to meet.  The out pouring of grief since Neil’s passing has been palpable, we are all in deep shock and our thoughts and prayers go to Neil’s family.  Messages have been pouring in for Neil from all our offices around the world, and we have therefore created this Book of Condolence, where you can all leave your messages and record your happy memories of Neil.  Once the messages have been gathered, we will have the Book of Condolence printed and bound for Neil’s family, in the hope that it will bring them some comfort at times of reflection.  Please ensure that this Book of Condolence is widely circulated to all Neil’s friends and colleagues.  Thank you.

Book Owner: Vicki Chapman
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Dawn Gerrard

Such sad news.  It has been a pleasure working with Neil on occasions through the years.  Such a lovely, kind and thoughtful man. My thoughts and condolences to his family.  …

Phil Dibbin

It was with great sadness that I learned that Neil had passed away so suddenly. I met Neil on his first interview at Willis and knew him for all his time at Willis.  We worked in the same dept and became friends playing football and golf together for many years and socialised together with …

Kevin Timms

It was with great sadness that I learned that Neil had passed away so suddenly. I just wnated to say that I have known Neil for most of his 35 years as a colleague at Willis and always found him such a great guy full of kindnes and respect. We played football together and …

Adrian Borrett

Like all, so shocked to hear that sad news.  Thoughts and prayers go out to Maggie and the kids, and the whole family. Having worked with Neil over 20 plus years I can say I knew him as a sportsman, a scholar, a colleague, a gentleman and a legend, who will be missed by …

Doug Hardin

I was saddened to hear the news about Neil.  I had the pleasure of working with Neil over the past several years.  No matter how busy he was, Neil never hesitated to take a call to share his opinion or provide necessary guidance. I will miss catching up with Neil during my visits to …

Romilly Russen

This is such sad news. I never worked with Neil Directly but knew him from the office over almost 20 years.  I hope as a family you can take some comfort in the wonderful memories you have and hope over time these shine through bright again.  Neil will definitely be missed by so many  …

Charlotte Risk

I first met Neil at my interview with Willis almost 24 years ago.  I got the job and worked with him on many projects over the years.  Neil was always approachable and willing to help explain things.  He will be greatly missed by us here at WTW.  My deepest condolences to the family. …

Carol Foy

It was with great sadness and shock that I heard the news about Neil and although I did not work directly with him, having worked at Willis for over 30 years I certainly knew who he was.  I know he was a true gentlemen whenever I saw him and that he will be sorely …

Septin Austin

My Deepest Condolences for the lost of gentlement Neil    From Septin and Family. …

Alun & Clare Llewellyn

We were both shocked and saddened when we heard the news of Neil’s sudden passing. Our thoughts, love and condolences are with Neil’s family.We have both worked with Neil several times on various projects over the last 20 years at Willis, and he was always supportive, knowledgeable and incredibly professional.This is a great loss …
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