By John Mollet / Published on Tue, 2010-03-16 9:37
I have known Jonathan for 12 years ever since I joined ICA.
I've only communicated a couple of times with Jonathan
through the media of phone, skype and e-mail.
I was very shocked to hear of the unexpected death of Jonathan
I've had the pleasure to work with Jonathan
on a transformer webcast back in 2005.
After performing a webinar about transformers I was asked to make a webcast.
Since I'm not a native English speaker Jonathan
did the speaking part of the webcast, while I gave him my speakers notes.
So Jonathan, thanks for the cooperation and discussions we had on several topics and also thanks for the good impression my former English teacher had after so many years on "my" very good English.
Ever curious and open minded, inspiring, provocative, Jonathan
had always wise words to elighten us.
As if it were yesterday, I can still see Jonathan
participating in the Socratic workshops on Leonardo Energy
, organized by Hans.
I will miss you Jonathan
More than 12 years ago I met Jonathan
, the smiling English gentleman.
I've always enjoyed his
always brought a wealth of human qualities: gentleness, sympathy, desire to please, delicacy ... So many good things that are lacking in our lives!
From Madrid, I would like to send a big hug to Lizzie and family and restore a bit of sympathy and sensitivity with which Jonathan
always treated me.
I met Jonathan
seven years ago when I start my job in Fenie
was one of the first people who help me to understand and love this sector.
sympathy and dynamism were contagious.
A good worker, but a better person and friend.
Thanks for all those moments together.
had a loving and generous soul and he
gave a great deal of himself to those around him.
I first met Jonathan
in 1989, when he
was at JWT.
I was at the very start of my career, and probably a terrible nuisance.
remained unfailingly kind and courteous to me, an attribute which he
never lost and which I will never forget.
will be sorely missed.