In Loving Memory of

Simon-Parker

Simon Parker

This condolence book is a tribute to Simon Parker. Please feel free to add messages or memories of Simon which you would like to share.

Simon was the longest serving and a much loved member of the MHRA’s Medicines Borderline team. He acted as a mentor to many of the newer Classifiers and, as a result of his wealth of knowledge and generous nature, was always on hand to provide guidance or just to chat. In addition to being well liked and respected by colleagues at the MHRA, he was also very well known by colleagues from other government departments, as well as representatives from industry.

He will be missed greatly by his friends and colleagues and our thoughts are with his family during this difficult time.

Book Owner: William Whitfield
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Boo

“If you’re going to live, leave a legacy. Make a mark on the world that can’t be erased.” – Maya Angelou When I joined the Borderline team last year, Simon welcomed me to the team and said that I should not hesitate to ask him for help or advice. I didn’t. He was so …

Bernadette Sinclair-Jenkins

i am very sad to have been informed of Simon’s passing. i have known him for many years as i was on the Interview Panel for the Borderline Classifer post when Simon was recuited to the team and he impressed me then and even more so when he built up his expertise in the …

William Whitfield

I first met Simon when I joined the Borderline team where he immediately made it clear he would always be available to provide support when needed; whether that was in the form of assisting with tricky cases, providing general guidance or just being available to chat (which almost always involved discussions about how both …

Ed Scully

I knew Simon for 27 of the 30 years he worked at the Agency and worked closely with him in the Borderline Section for nine years. Not only did he have an immense knowledge of the borderline area but he could always be relied upon for his common sense approach and his ability to …

Chris Jones

I was Simon’s line manager between 2014 and 2019 and have known him since 2006. Simon’s characteristics: dogged determination and an innate sense of fairness meant that he was often a thorn in the side of some of industry’s more difficult characters but, at the same time, he was well respected and liked by …

Roisin McKeon

I was very sorry to hear of Simon’s passing. Joining the Borderline Team last year was made so much easier with Simon’s help and wealth of knowledge. He always had time to assist, providing guidance for my own understanding that I will take with me going forward. He is greatly missed on the team …

Raj Gor

My deepest condolences to Simon’s family and friends. I first met Simon in the smoking room in Market Towers; we worked together for many years. Simon was very knowledgeable, experienced and well respected colleague. He was always willing to help and provided me with valuable guidance in dealing with difficult cases. It was a …

Caroline & John Taylor

We are sorry to hear of the passing of Simon. He was a respected and knowledgeable colleague, whose contribution to the work of the Medicines Borderline Section proved valuable in the many cases that he handled. He also represented the Agency on a number of occasions at external seminars, for which he and the …

Clare Headley

My condolences to Simon’s family and friends. I worked with Simon on “borderline” issues at MHRA for many many years, discussing complexities and making determinations. His knowledge was amazing and he was always ready to provide his opinon. He will be greatly missed.  …

Jasbinder Sumal

I was saddened to her of Simon’s passing. I found Simon to be very knowledgable, helpful and generous with his time. My thoughts are with his close family at this difficult time.  …
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