Happy days at LSE

It’s taken me a while to put some thoughts down in writing about Amber. I think it’s because I can’t quite accept that someone so full of life is gone. I had 5 fantastic years working at LSE with some wonderful people, none more so than Amber. She was a joy to be around. I was looking forward to seeing her up here on her next visit to the university. I will miss her liveliness, her humour and her positive attitude to life. I don’t think she realised how much she affected people. She was a real star.

Happy days at LSE

It’s taken me a while to put some thoughts down in writing about Amber. I think it’s because I can’t quite accept that someone so full of life is gone. I had 5 fantastic years working at LSE with some wonderful people, none more so than Amber. She was a joy to be around. I was looking forward to seeing her up here on her next visit to the university. I will miss her liveliness, her humour and her positive attitude to life. I don’t think she realised how much she affected people. She was a real star.

Posted 1 year ago

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This is a place where we can remember Amber. A place where family, friends, colleagues, and anyone else she touched, can pay tribute, reflect, share their thoughts and celebrate her all too short but yet so full life.

As a bit of a geek and a gadget queen, Amber was always at the forefront of technology and an avid social media communicator. It seems fitting that this “virtual scrapbook” is her online memorial. Feel free to post text, share your photos and videos, or express yourself in any digital way you like.

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