Colleagues who have passed away are remembered by Premier Forest Group in their workplace garden
Terry Edgell, CEO and the team at Premier Forest Group are remembering 6 of their colleagues who have sadly passed away by purchasing a City Hospice Forever Flower in memory of each of them. Each of the 6 ornamental Sunflowers will feature in their Head Office garden as a lasting reminder of Stephen (Bomber) Lewis, Paul Titley and Colin Worth of Premier Forest Products Ltd; Melanie Taylor of Duchy Timber; Richard Leighton of Clarkswood and Shaun Ellis, Mill Timber Direct.
They died during the 30 year period that the company has been trading and their hard work and commitment they gave during their time with Premier will never be forgotten.
City Hospice’s Forever Flowers provides the public with an opportunity to remember and celebrate the lives of their loved ones and then cherish in a wonderful display at Cardiff Castle. Following the display, people can cherish their ornamental flower in a place that’s special to them.
New to the campaign this year is the opportunity to have the Forever Flower engraved and the company are looking forward to having each sunflower personalised with their late colleagues’ names.
“I and my colleagues are really touched by City Hospice’s Forever Flowers campaign. It will be incredible to see the 2000 sunflowers at the display at Cardiff Castle and then ‘plant’ our ornamental flowers in our workplace garden in memory of our colleagues who have sadly passed away. I’m sure when we want to take a moment to remember them, we’ll also recount some funny stories too and this is a very special way to keep their memories alive”.
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