Book of Memories of


Owen Taylor

This book is to share our memories and stories of our friend and colleague Owen. We will all miss him very much.

Book Owner: Angela Bailey
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Helen Jamieson

I have opened this link a number of times to write a message and every time I am lost for words.  Reading the other messages made me smile as they all commented on your friendly approach and playful banter.  It seems like so long ago that we were working together at PwC and my …

Jackie Rees

I’ve been lucky enough to cross paths with Owen twice in my working life-first time was many years ago as fresh faced tax juniors at PWC and much more recently at Beam. Definitely one of the smartest and most technically sound people I’ve ever worked with, but equally Owen was down to earth, easy …

Daniel Tracey

It was a pleasure to have known and worked with Owen over the years – his cheerful personality and love for football (and Whisky) meant that there was always time for some light hearted banter and a cheery tale inbetween day to day work, where he was a true professional. My deepest condolences to …

Juan Laso Taylor

My deepest condolescences for the family, the team and all the friends. From your coworkers in Spain we send you all strength possible to overcome this difficult moments – on the same manner that Owen would’ve liked. It’s been a pleasure working with him – he will be trully missed.  With love from your …

Mike Richards

I would like to add the words I shared earlier with the BSI UK Tax team ____________________________________________________ Hello UK Team It is with a heavy heart that I reach out to express my condolences to each of you on the passing of Owen. I spoke with Angela last week and she let me know …

Christine Cowan

It was a real pleasure to have known you Owen; your infectious smile brightened many a day, on most occasions chatting either in the Dalmore House kitchen or Springburn coffee pod, about our shared love of travel; the places we had been and all those still on our must visit list.  I hope one …

David English

The blow of Aberdeen taking anything off Rangers was softened greatly by your big happy smile and friendly wave and wink as you passed by the office window and looked in to see my grumpy face tripping me. Of course you are more than a colleague to me.  I remember exchanging family Christmas presents …

Jen Pratt

Owen, although it’s been a while since our paths crossed I will always have fond memories of our wee group in the St Vincent Street West Wing office before we moved up to Springburn. We always had a great laugh, you had such a good sense of humour and were always so passionate when …

Patricia Rincón


Owen, You much more than just a colleague, you were a mate as much as anything.    In work you were passionate and a perfectionist; it could be said you aimed to EXCEL at everything you done. Our chats on football & music were also as equally passionate and your ability to noise up the …
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