Memories of

Steve 1

Steve Hyams

The best things in life are the people we love, the places we’ve been and the memories we’ve made along the way. This memory book is dedicated to a beloved colleague and friend who was committed, warm and humble.


“There are some who bring a light so great to the world, that even after they have gone, their light remains”.


Please share words or memories of the best times, the laughter or the journeys.


Book Owner: SOCU
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Martin Edwards

To my dear friend and colleague Steve, I still haven’t quite got my head round that you aren’t here anymore. You are the person I have worked most closely with and for the longest period in my career. It was always a pleasure and great fun. I’ll never forget those numerous last-minute phone calls when we were both supposed to have prepared for a meeting or a presentation and we had to blag our way through (we always got away with it… I think). You were quite simply one of the nicest people I have ever known. It was actually quite annoying to work with someone who everyone liked and respected so much… It made me look bad in comparison! Occasionally, during a long career, you work with someone who becomes a friend as well as a colleague and, for me, you were one of those people. I particularly enjoyed our discussions about politics – you never converted me to Thatcherism and I suspect that I would never have convinced you to call me comrade. But, you did buy a pair of vegan Doc Martens which I consider to be a great victory. And you always provided me with …


“Goodbyes are not forever Goodbyes are not the end, They simply mean we’ll miss you, Until we meet again” Sleep peacefully Steve, it was a pleasure and a privilege to know you. Eve xx …

Gary Delo

Steve, I will never forget you, you were an amazing colleague and a true gentleman. May you rest in peace. Gary  …