In loving memory of Jez,
Sally and Steve
Donation left by Stephen Martin
07/02/2021
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Taken too early from this world
Donation left by Julie Clarke
06/02/2021
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Jez , not seen him for nearly 40 years, one of the kindest, funniest men I’ve have ever had the privilege of spending time with, such a terrible loss for all his family and friends .
Julie Clarke Leicester Judo club .
Julie Clarke :
06/02/2021
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Donation left by Tracey Davies
05/02/2021
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Gail and Family,
So shocked to hear the passing of Jez, it was such a pleasure and always fun working with him over the years, he was a true innovator, gentlemen and inspired everyone around him.
Jez always talked about your family and your adventures inspiring me with my family.
I'm so sorry for your loss, my thoughts are with you all.
Tracey Davies:
05/02/2021
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Jez's Family,
So sorry for your loss. I only had the pleasure of working with Jez for the last 18 months but it definitely was a pleasure, he was always so optimistic, a joy to speak to and would brighten any day. Thinking of you all at what must be a very difficult time.
Donation left by Luke Thomas
03/02/2021
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I had the privilege recently of listening to Jeremy's inspiring paper paper, "Repurposing of abandoned coal mines as a source of sustainable energy"

What a tragic loss of loss to his family and profession.
Donation left by Gerald Beetles
03/02/2021
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The passion and knowledge Jez shared was inspiring to those who even knew him just briefly, not many people can influence the kind of positive change he made possible, and from that we can learn a lot. My sincere condolences for your loss.
Donation left by Andrew Clark
03/02/2021
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Passionate and generous, especially with his time. Our trip to Heerlen was a highlight of my career. Thinking of you
Donation left by Stephen Mcdonald
03/02/2021
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Jez was one of the most sincere, affable, and knowledgable people I have ever met and was a real inspiration to me in my work with him to create opportunities for making mine water available as a water resource. He was never phased by anything and was utterly pragmatic in everything that he did - he could always see past the problem to a solution.If I ever needed information or help from him, he would always give it, no matter how busy he was. I am genuinely privileged to have known and work with him. I give my heart felt condolensces and best wishes to Gail and his family, and to all those that worked with him.
Donation left by Alastair Moseley
02/02/2021
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