I feel privileged to have known Jaromir and was shocked to hear of his sudden passing. We both used to commute in and out of work on the train and as a result we spent a lot of time together at Crawley and Horsham train stations waiting in the sun, wind and rain for the train. He always brightened my day no matter what, and I loved our chats, which covered an eclectic array of topics! If I wasn’t bumping into him laughing and joking in the kitchen at work, I was bumping into him in the evenings and weekends around Crawley and Horley. I really miss him. He was a very special person and had a wonderful character. While I no longer get the train to work, I can’t help but think of him when I’m out and about in Crawley, and I keep expecting to see him walking down the street… My heartfelt condolences to his family and friends. I will keep you and him in my prayers.