In Memory of

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Steve Wood

30th September 1967 – 23rd July 2022

 

This book contains messages shared by Steve’s colleagues and friends at Visa.

 

 

Book Owner: Romi Trimmer
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Che Yeung

Steve was always so proud of his boys, he talked of Callum’s and Josh’s latest achievements/adventures in our catch ups at the indoor footie games.  Oh those classic rugby versus football refereeing chats. Working with Steve over the years, as everyone has said, his twinkling smile, mild mannered demeanor, encouragment, good listener, willingness to …

Rowan Geere

Steve was an awesome bloke, he had a calming and confident manner that would always steady the team during high visibility incidents but he was always had a Billy Connolly quote ready at hand for the right moment to ease the tension. I worked with Steve for 15 years as a peer and his …

Dan Milton

I met Steve over 14 years ago when he hired me into his storage team and I worked for him either directly or indirectly for many of the years since. Throughout those years he was always very generous with his time, always there for me with support and guidance, always happy to share a …

Tracy Dixon

Such terribly sad news to hear about Steve’s passing. Such a lovely, kind and soft spoken man always smiling and ready to help in anyway he could. Taken from his family and the rest of the world way too early. I just don’t have the words so will add this very poignant poem that …

Paulette Martin

Woody, I was shocked to hear that you had passed. I have many memories of us chatting at your desk as and when I was allowed out of my secure office. You always had a smile ready for everyone and were willing to help when you were needed. You will be sorely missed but …

Bindy Banwaith

Steve, you continue to make us smile, remembering your cheeky smile and gentle kindness. You touched so many lives, having time for everyone always. You live on forever in our hearts, with your beautiful soul leaving a trail of beautiful memories. It has indeed been an honour and a gift to know you and …

Rob Healy

I was extremely sad to hear the news of Steve’s passing.  Steve was a great guy: Open, friendly, helpful, cheerful and very hard working.  I learned a lot from Steve: how much he loved his wife and boys, how he loved Scottish rugby and coaching it for the next generation and how things worked …

Annie Poon

I am sad to hear Stephen have been taken away too soon.  Despite his condition, he still volunteered his time to take me under his wings as my Mentor, a gesture which I will be forever grateful for.  I will never forget one of our mentor sessions remotely on MS Teams;  with a beaming …

Paul Hull

I’m shocked and saddened to hear of Steves passing. Such a great guy, who always walked around with a smile on his face and was always approachable and helpful.  I recall many chats over breakfast, normally about the sporting world or his plans for the next trip in his van. In my early years …

Manasa Chava

I have know steve from 2019 as my Visa colleguew in UK. Steva and myself have worked together in Visa on mutliple intiatives and calls. Steve always used to share his intrest in cooking and baking bread for his family. Steve use to tell me tips on the skill for baking and what are …
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