In Loving Memory of

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Steve Alexander

Steve joined the PayPoint family in 2016 and was a much loved and respected colleague.

The sad news of his passing affected so many of us at PayPoint, which is testament to the huge impact Steve made on so many people during his six years.

This book celebrates Steve’s career at PayPoint, told through the people who knew him best in his working life.

We hope you find comfort from reading the stories and memories about Steve and realise that he was more than just a colleague, he was a friend.

 

Book Owner: Natalie Stigwood
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Trevor Ravenscroft

As I’m now out of the workplace environment I’ve just read the tragic news. As everyone has said, Steve was a lovely, kind, caring man. He was a great support to me in my final year at PayPoint. My heart goes out to his family. God Bless You Steve x …

Graham Weatherill

I worked both for and with Steve at Allied Bakeries and quite simply “what a great guy” a privilege to have been a mate.RIP Steve …

Tarli Cameron

I struck gold in 2019/2020 when I had the pleasure of being mentored by Steve. Steve was incredibly upbeat, down-to-earth and a selfless man. I will always be grateful to Steve for taking time out of his busy day to offer advice and holding me accountable for pushing myself out of my comfort zone. …

From the mouth of Steve...

Steve was well known for his various sayings at work, so we thought we’d share a few of them with you…  “We start again Monday…” The phrase used at the end of the month, even after hitting target. “Be on the front foot” Think ahead, plan, be prepared. “Jump out of the bushes” Things …

Josh Lloyd

I don’t even know where to start. Caring, funny, genuine but also unfortunately a Chelsea fan. Never did I think I’d miss someone texting me “Hope Arsenal lose 37-0 tomorrow” every Friday. Me and Steve had such a good relationship, more than just a work colleague and for the last 18 months my boss, …

Laura Leslie

Steve loved giving out a nickname, mine was Sat-Nav which goes back to the first time I had him out in the field with me and I reckon he though I had a love for my sat nav as I used it for every shop to get to, truth is i just didn’t want …

Alex Kemp

Steve had a unique way of putting everyone at ease.  I disclosed within my first month at the company that I didn’t know how I’d ever get a handle on all the various parts of the business.  Steve’s kind words of reassurance are ones that I carry with me to this day.  He was …

Chris Gardner

For me, Steve transformed my time in the field sales team, as when he arrived he brought such energy, enthusiasm and a ‘we can achieve it’ attitude. I enjoyed his sense of humour and especially his mickey taking. He was a brilliant people manager, but ultimately, he was just a great guy and it …

Annushan Kanapathipillai

from my 6 years  work with him,i could tell steve was an amazing man, i never forget the time we spent together national conferance,summer BBQ parties and christmas parties. .   …

Martin Cohen

Steve was a pleasure to be around. A kind man with always a smile and a good word to say. It was a priviledge to work with Steve and my sincere condolences to his family. …