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21 September 2018

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October 24, 2017
I first met Andy 31 years ago, when he interviewed me for a job. I didn't take that job, I accepted one in neighbouring department instead. I did however work with Andy for the next 30 years in various capacities. Andy would often remind me of how different things could have been for me if I had accepted the job working for him. Later in my career I accepted a positon working in the same building as Andy. Our offices were only a few feet apart and we established that we had a lot in common. One thing we shared was our love for two small places in Buckinghamshire; Little Kimble and Princes Risborough. Andy grew up close to where my husband and I visit family regularly down there and where my sister in law is the vicar. Andy shared some lovely memories with me and just before he and I were made redundant last year he gave me a wonderful water colour of the church in Little Kimble, painted by his father. That painting has pride of place in our home and will always remind me of Andy. He was kind, clever and such a warm lovely guy, always willing to help, definitely one of the good guys. I feel privildeged to have known him and will miss him dearly, as will so many others. Rest in peace Andy, you have made a big impresson on me and will be forever in my thoughts.
October 19, 2017
Such a lovely man, my boss for 30 years, I remember him as a devoted dad, husband and grandfather.
He gave me and others great guidance and advice over the years, I felt like I grew up with him.
He was a great man, everyone loved him and everyone was saddened and devastated to hear about his illness.
RIP Andy, you will never be forgotten. Xxx