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In memory of our cherished colleague Richard Euston

Posted on 27/06/2019 by

Richard Euston was a cherished colleague and friend and we all miss him so much.

It is with deep sadness that we inform you of the sudden death of Richard Euston. Richard was the Team Leader of our Study From Home team, and had been at ITC since 2015. He was a dedicated team member who always went above and beyond for his students, he loved hearing about their success and was genuinely devoted to helping people into the industry he loved.

He was the most diligent, hard-working and amiable guy who we all loved working with, and he would happily accept all challenges. He was also funny, smart, humble, resourceful and the most flexible of people, nothing was too much trouble.

We will all miss him so much. Everyone he worked with cherished his humour, good heart and caring nature. We are so saddened, shocked and our love and thoughts are with Stacey and his family. 

Richard’s life will be celebrated on Saturday 29th June – 11am Howick Funeral Home. All students are welcome to attend and pay their respects.

This is also a very sad time for the ITC team as we have lost a cherished colleague and friend, so thank you in advance for your kind words, love and understanding.

We also understand that many of you may be feeling shocked and grieved by this news. If you would like to speak to someone, please call Lifeline (open 24/7) on 0800 543 354.

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2 Responses to “In memory of our cherished colleague Richard Euston”

  1. Keryn Kelso says:

    I am very shocked and sad as I have just heard of the passing of Richard. What a wonderful tutor he was! Richard was always so happy to help and so easy to talk to. He was an inspiration to me as I studied and was very encouraging and motivating.

    My condolences to all the staff and students at ITC and also to his family.

    Richard will be sadly missed.

    Keryn Kelso
    ITC Study From Home Student

    • Mel Fey says:

      Thank you Keryn, it was a very sad loss for our team and we truly appreciate the lovely words of support. Kind regards, Mel

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