Ian McAllister

The Ian McAllister Tribute fund

After a short illness, our dear colleague Ian McAllister passed away on Tuesday, 16th April 2019. Ian worked at Lee Baron for over 16 years and is remembered with much fondness as a funny, warm-hearted and tenacious surveyor and a gentleman, who will be sorely missed by all of us here at Lee Baron.

Ian's family have requested that anyone looking to make a donation should do so to Macmillan Cancer Support.

  • Andrea Toulon 20/05/2019

    My deepest condolences to Ian's family. Ian was kind and helpful to me and always had a smile on his face. He will be missed by everyone who knew him. R.I.P Ian.

  • Mr Graham Richard Williams 20/05/2019

    Lost for words. He was a real gent and his passing makes us realise how mortal we all are. His enthusiasm for football will be a lasting memory. RIP Ian.

  • Mr Paul Coster 19/05/2019

    All at William Martin were saddened to hear of Ian's passing. From a personal perspective I enjoyed working with Ian and his family, friends and colleagues are in our thoughts at this time.

  • Mr Kenneth ( Rick ) Williams 13/05/2019

    I will always remember Ian as a fun loving and warm hearted colleague. Rick Williams.

  • Meena Raithatha 13/05/2019

    R.I.P Ian

  • Miss Claire Gwyther 10/05/2019

    Ian was a wonderful, kind gentleman and most of all so helpful he would always look on the positive side of things. My deepest condolences to the McAllister family x

  • Miss Annette Staples 10/05/2019

    Ian was a delight. I loved his quirky sense of humour. He once told me how he would hum a tune and see how long it took before he heard other people humming the same tune and he would listen to see if it spread. I am sure Ian is still making music. Kind, deceptively quiet, caring, witty and wise, Ian will be missed.

  • Miss Sarah Cross 10/05/2019

    You checked out far too early Ian for someone so kind and caring. Thank you for your support when I needed it and our chats on photography. My thoughts are with your children - may they find strength in the loving tributes. Sarah

  • Miss Lorraine Lawrence Vincent 09/05/2019

    Where do I start? Ian and I had a love hate relationship, he could really have an argument and he was always right even when so very wrong. He was my human vending machine, I could always count on raiding his drawer to find dark chocolate and nuts, he was also my library, and we often swapped books, and spoke at lengths about what the other was reading. Ian our many ropey pub crawls, Carnaby Street, Blue Posts Pub! I could go on. Ian you taught me a lot in the 7 years we worked together, and for that I am forever grateful, I will miss our chats, but I have the fondest memories of you, and I will look back laugh and cry. X

  • Mr Graham Hawkins 09/05/2019

    Ian was (is?) a deceptively gentle soul with a very sharp mind, a wicked sense of humour; a love of music, books, The Ship in Wardour Street and London Pride. He did not have too many dislikes except a vehement contempt for Eric Clapton for some idiosyncratic reason. Safe travelling to your home planet.

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Total raised £635.00 With Gift Aid: £786.25