Book of Remembrance of

Phil Palmer

Phil Palmer

In the days since Phil’s sad passing, we have heard from many of you how wonderfully supportive as a colleague and a friend Phil was. We would like to be able to capture your wonderful memories of Phil and share some of these lovely comments with Phil’s wife Jane.  We have set up an online book of remembrance.  The book will be open until 30 June 2022 and after that we will have the book printed and share it with Phil’s family.

 

Book Owner: Clare Davies
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Greta Gardiner

I was first aware of the lovely Mr Palmer when I attended my first Stevenage Homes staff awards in 2011, Phil had won ‘The Star Award’ and there was a lot of hollering, noise and cheers. I later found out that he had won quiet a few of these awards and deserved them all …

Lynne Huggins

Ah what can I say about Phil ‘simply the best’, a true gent, with a wicked sense of humour. Always worried more about others than himself and always there to help. Phil you fought so hard, with a smile and a joke and was always positive, I will miss you so much, rest in …

Lynne Gittings

Phil was friendly, funny and genuine; always spoke to me about football – particularly his beloved Spurs!.   The most kindest, gentlest person – my condolences go to his wife, Jane, whom he would often speak of.    R.I.P Dear Phil, you are sorely missed.   Lynne Gittings  …

Chris Philippou

Phil was an inspiration to us all. despite his personal battles with health he was always ready on a Monday morning to exchange football banter with many in my team and often made us laugh out loud with his views. He was a warm and dedicated man who took pride in his work and …

Bernadette Buggins

I worked alongside Phil in Investment for a few years and he was such a lovely man and so very good at his job.  I will always rememeber his witty remarks and humour; he will be sorely missed by many.  Deepest sympathies to Phil’s family and may you rest in eternal peace Phil xx  …

Sue Starkey

Phil was the most kindest, funniest person I have ever met, the world has lost a great man.  My heart goes out to his family and friends.   …

Stephen Archer

Phil always had a funny story to tell, most of them based on actual events. Despite his own health issues, Phil use to help care for his elderly Uncle in Essex, often popping down at weekends to get his shopping, do the odd DIY job or to cut his grass etc. Just before one …

michelle rees

so hard to know where to start with this- i worked with phil for the most part of 17 years when i worked for sbc- he was known to never give a straight serious answer, if a funnier version was available- he never failed to make me laugh daily-down at london road, and then …