Our Latest Messages

Our Latest Messages

Giuliana D.

Dearest Stephanie, I want to remember you how you were, to think you are still alive, I want to think you are still listening and smiling to us. Dear Louis, Harold et Thomas when you lose someone you love, you get an angel you already know. And you mum is a very special angel. …

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Nicky Marsh

I knew Simon as a colleague in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities. He was, on every occasion, generous, reflective and thoughtful. When I took over a role that he had previously held, at quite short notice, he was warm and supportive and his presence and advice were always very much appreciated. I was …

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GRAYHAM ALLENBY

Condolenses to the Royal family for the loss of a great man. A loyal and dedicated servant of this country. Rest in peace Sir …

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Sean Kearney

A great man to know during my time at Scottish Friendly. Always approachable and easy to talk too. He would stop to chat to employees. …

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Elaine Tang

It is so sad to hear of Jim’s passing. I met Jim on my first day at Scottish Friendly and every time we spoke, he was always open, warm and friendly. My strongest memory of Jim is that he always took the time to talk to everyone and to get to know them. Scottish …

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Basharat Dad

Lovely man, enjoyed our time together campaigning for Jack & the local the Labour Party on the doorstep. A very humble, gentle person who was always helpful and someone you can have a good conversation with too. Will be missed.   RIP my friend.   Basharat  …

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James

Rip our phil, you are with ar lady di now . xx    you would have loved bath uni, except you probably wouldn’t like the international students, the LGBT community, the poor, Norwood house, sociology students, other minorities, vegetarians, vegans, and more.    other than that u would have loved the lake, and the …

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Calum Bennie

Jim and I didn’t have much in common, save for one thing:  we’d both completed an MBA.  Jim used his with distinction, rising through the ranks to become Chief Executive of Scottish Friendly and putting his MBA foundations of strategy, planning, finance, marketing, and more into good practice. When I joined Scottish Friendly six …

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Neil Walker

Jim.   I did not know you for as long as many others. However I feel grateful that I did know you and in that time I came to highly respect your professionalism in many different situations  But what I will always remember you for was your impish sense of humour. You so often had …

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Fiona Duffy

Craig,  My heart is breaking writing this message because I still can’t get over the fact I’ll never see your smiling face again.  You made a massive impact to EVERYONES lives especially mine. I didn’t know you for long but it’s amazing the effect people can have on you we had such a great …

Karen JOHNSON

John McHarry

Richard was always a true professional.  That goes without saying.  What made him special was his manner.   He was just simply a very enjoyable person to work alongside over the last 6 years.   My deepest condolences to Richard’s family.   …

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Marc Tachelet

It is with great sadness that I learnt about Stephanie being taken away from us. I remember Stephanie as one of the early pioneers at REA, very much devoted to the MSCA and REA cause, putting a lot of enthusiasm in working with colleagues for a common cause. She was not really a shy …

Julieta

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