I have the BEST family and friends ever. Thank you everyone for all your tweets...– From Amber when in hospital
When I close my eyes I can see her face Her smile Her eyes Her expressions Conveying happiness and affection And sometimes a little mischief When I close my eyes I can hear her speak Not just the sound of her voice But the way she spoke And how she said things Softly. Calmly. Sweetly. Even rare frustration was gentle When I close my eyes I can feel her love The warmth of her friendship Her...
Amber - a bright memory
I worked with Amber for several years and she was one of the nicest, most helpful and considerate people I ever worked with. She was also great fun and could always see the funny side of things. It is hard to be writing this in the past tense. Amber will remain in my mind as a bright memory.
I first met Amber when I started work at the LSE in 2002. I used to always like going in to see the training team and always ended up spending longer chatting than I meant to! I remember conversations about exotic holidays and films. I also remember the toy cat that purred that gave me a bit of a jump the 1st time I noticed it! I got to work more closely with her a few years later and always...
Amber learning to punt
Amber being taught to punt by Vince Woodley in July 2010 during a UCISA Conference. Amber did very well and we had a great time on the river. I will miss you Amber.
It's not real
I keep staring at the fact she’s gone but still don’t see it
I always found Amber to be warm, friendly, welcoming and approachable. Amber would always do her best to find some time in her hectic schedule whenever I needed to speak to her, and would always take the time to ask how my team and I were. Amber would always volunteer her help should it be needed. Amber is, and will be sorely missed by me, the department and LSE as a whole. To know that I will...
Miro (Butterfly) Amber
Gate crashing a party, cheep beer, fried egg sandwiches, trips to the pub (many),cinema, intense nonsence led to an endearing bond, even at distance, but how this butterfly bloomed to happiness is a wonder to be loved Lizzie, my love to you and the wonderful memory of Ambers.
An extraordinary person
The online scrapbook got a mention in the funeral service by the lovely vicar, Ginny. Yey! (amber’s love of sparrows too)
Very much missed
Amber worked along the corridor from me and I met her probably around 10 years ago when I started work at LSE. She was always smiling and wearing something fabulous (and often red). She was thoughtful and well respected and had an amazing memory for details about people, that meant she always lifted you, even just saying hello when you met her around the campus. I will always remember an evening...