In Loving Memory of

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Wendy Chalk

This online memory book has been set up as a place where stories, memories and comments can be shared following the sad and sudden news  that Wendy has died. 

This is an opportunity to celebrate Wendy and what she means to you, to share with Graham and their extended families. 

Please remember to reach out if you need emotional support 💜🙏🏻

Book Owner: Amanda Cahill
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Carole Livett

I feel truly blessed to say Wendy was my friend. I met her when joining the LAS, she was the perfect role model and someone i learnt so much from. We shared so many laughs a few tears and so many wonderful times. Wendy was an inspirational woman of courage and achieved so much …

Taff Roberts

I spent many happy times with Wendy, mostly when she was AOM at Wimbledon and I was DSO there. She was an inspirational manager and leader with a fantastic sense of humour. She cared massively for the LAS, patients and her colleagues. A Trailblazer! Be strong Graham. Thinking of you X …

Kevin Manly(Downham)

Happy memories of Richmond/Putney with yourself and Graham from the early 90’s Wendy. Sorry I can’t be there, I will be thinking of you both.Much love  …

Amanda Cahill

Finding the right words to share about the Duchess has been very difficult.  Wendy was a champion of people, she made you believe not just in yourself but that the impossible might actually be a reality.  She was enthusiastic, passionate about people, caring, giving, energetic, funny,  the best company, you could not help but …

Tracy Smith (Pidgeon)

What can I say about Wendy! We first met in 1996/7 when we became ambulance aid instructors together. I then became the second female HEMS paramedic to her first! It became a standing joke between us that her picture was at Fulham and not mine. Probably one of our funniest times was our week …

Chris Garner

I only knew Wendy for a short while. During the time we worked together she was so calm and caring to both students and colleagues. Such a lovely lady, I am honoured to have met her. …

Keith Miller

To try and sum up all that Wendy meant in a few words is nigh on impossible. When Wendy joined the team of practice learning managers she was assigned the South area and quickly established a reputation as being a “free thinker” who would come up with imaginative solutions to various situations. I really …

Jodie & Rob Bentley

Wendy was an extremely popular lady within HEMS and the LAS. She was kind, funny, an excellent trainer and just a pleasure to be around. Deeply shocked and saddened to hear of her passing. Our thoughts are with you Graham, and the rest of your family. xxx …

Georgina Murphy-Jones

As a new tutor I was very aware of Wendy’s tremendous reputation but not being ‘south of the the river’ I didn’t have the opportunity to work with her – very much my misfourtnue given all of these wonderful tributes. On the few occaisons I met her she was warm, welcoming, friendly and fierce …

Sarah farrow

Wendy was always such a support to the las family. I worked alongside Graham at Putney, and remember a happy couple at the start of their successful,  dedicated careers.  I remember Wendy and Graham with happiness that I had the privilege of working alongside them both. Rip Wendy, you are a great loss to …
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