Book of Memories of

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Simon Peter Foreman

Simon was simply a great friend to many, a wonderful colleague to workmates, a valued business partner to others and simply someone that we were all pleased to have got to know over many years.

This book is for Wendy, Henry, Ed and other family members. We are sharing some of those recollections of the good times that were had, the memories that were made and simply the pleasure that was given by spending time and associating with our dear friend Simon.  

Book Owner: Mark Robinson
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Jonathan Davey

My sincere condolences to Wendy, Henry and Ed. Simon was always a complete gentleman. His charm, patience, and ability to spin a world class yarn made it an absolute pleasure to trade with him. He will be sorely missed, both around EC3 and much further afield. …

Stephan Ott

Dear Simon,since we met in Sinaia in the late 90s, you have been a very caring and dedicated business partner & friend to me. Your family and your social commitment have always been your most important companions, which you have gladly shared with me. Thank you for the unforgettable, very beautiful memories, Stephan …

Dragos Ciocan

Dear Wendy, Henry and Ed, You, the loved ones left behind, have been part, willingly or unwillingly, of our lives through the stories told to us by Simon, which we all listened to every time, totally captivated by his unmistakable voice and style of storytelling. You have always been there, in his stories over …

Angela Birkholz

When I first met Simon during a business trip to Bulgaria in 2007, I was still an assistant and not very experienced in dealing with our customers and business partners. He treated me with great courtesy and respect, and never with condescension or vanity. We spent nearly a whole week in Sofia in a …

Edward Parker

 It was always a pleasure to see Simon and work alongside him. He was great company when traveling and certainly made business more entertaining. However, he always took time to listen and understand a risk when broking and will be sorely missed from the market. …

Olly Lucking

Dear Wendy, Henry, Ed and all of Simon’s relatives and friends. Having read the other contributions in this book, it shows just how well reagrded Simon was in the weird and wonderful world of Reinsurance.  I never had the pleasure of traveling with Simon but we enjoyed a good number of ‘Marine’ lunches infused …

Richard Burnett

Desr Wendy, Henry and Ed, I was lucky enough to know Simon as a friend through our business dealings.  I also had the pleaseure of travelling to Eastern Europe with Simon.  It was me who purchased the “genuine” fur, Russian Military hat for my wife that led to a much recounted story. Whether in …

Rod Loten

Simon will be missed by all – always professional but with a sense of michievous humour as well! There was always an interesting story – delivered in those deep, dulcet tones! So sorry for his family’s loss. …

Kevin Porter

I had the great pleasure of working with Simon for a number of years. He was always of great assistance to me and with a joke and a smile made the working day a much more pleasureable. My sincere condolences to all his family and his presence will be greatly missed. …

Mark Kinseley

To Simon’s family, I only knew Simon for 3-4 years, in this time i shared a few lunches and drinks with him along with several phones calls and various conversations.  I state this as, although i knew Simon for only a short period of time I wanted to attend the funeral (which was an …
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