In Loving Memory of

Stuart Chaston Picture

Stuart Chaston

This online condolence book has been opened in memory of Stuart Chaston, who sadly lost his battle with Covid on 16th August 2021.

Stuart was taken from us far to early and his loss is profoundly felt by Julie and Anna, his daughters Mollie and Emma, his family, his friends and the wide network of colleagues he had worked with over the years.

Known for his humour, anecdotes and a wealth of catchphrases, this online space has been created for you all to celebrate his life, offer condolences and capture the many stories over the years to give comfort to his family and friends in times to come.

He will be very sadly missed and never forgotten.

Thank you.

Book Owner: Carolyn Reed
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Dave Dargan

Still hard to believe that hes still not with us. I will be forever greatful for having the opportunity to work for him and with him for so many years. Although it was tough at times it was still epic and the stories and experiences will stay with me forever.  It was an honour …

Dave Dargan

Pat McGeoghan

Hi Stewart, as the old saying goes – long time no see. I was sat out in the sun today letting my mind wander. Thats about the most difficult thing I do these days. The joys of being a pensioner. I started thinking about you wondering when our paths crossed many years ago. Then …

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David Jackson

Stuart was a good man with many qualities and the tributes I have seen are totally justified. I will be forever grateful for the opportuinities he gave me and above all the loyalty he showed me. For the best part of the last twenty years he was more than just my boss he was …

CarolynReed

Steve Convery

I first met Stuart socially a few years ago, and then more recently I got to know him professionally when he recruited me into SSE. He was a driven individual, with a great sense of homour, who pushed everyone to achieve. He always supported his team, and everyone knew when things got difficult, he …

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Barry McNicholas

I last saw Stuart a couple of years ago and I was struck by his enthusiasm and ambition in his key role at SSE. It had been a long time since we had last talked in his Enterprise days, but his drive and his humour were still shining brightly. My sincere condolences to all …

CarolynReed

Nicola Disley

I remember Stuart fondly from the good old Enterprise days when he led the helm. He was an achiever,  he made things happen even when they seemed impossible.  He was loyal to everyone and everyone respected him.  The world has lost an amazing person. Taken far to early, you will be missed. RIP Stuart. …

CarolynReed

Dean Benson

I knew Stuart for over 10 years, when he recruited me to join him, and Neil, at Enterprise. As has been noted by others, Stuart had a keen sense of humour and was great company both at work and socially. I will miss our exchanges and ‘catch ups’ over a beer. I would like …

Dean

Beth Woodhouse

It’s very good of SSE to organise this and allowed everyone to share their memories.  I know Stuart enjoyed working at SSE with Neil and the team, and felt it was a place to be able to achieve great things again. Our team at Enterprise was closely knit with Stuart at the helm; I’ve …

Beth Woodhouse

Paul Campbell

I worked directly for Stuart for a number of years at Enterprise, he was a tough task master but he always got the best out of everyone who worked both with and for him, setting high standards for everyone but always on hand to support you and provide advice.  He was one of lifes …

CarolynReed

Pinder Kang

Over the 4 years I knew Stuart a great friendship developed between the two of us from the outset. It is with a great deal of sadness that I write this message as he was more than just a colleague. He was a dear friend and someone I learned so much from both in …

Pinderkang

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