A Friendly Family Serving You In Your Time Of Need
9 Cockburn Rd, Albany WA
9841 3090 0428 665 123 (24HRS)
MON - FRI
9:30am to 3:30pm
Andrew Graham Bell
Date of Service: 06/09/2017
Time: 10:30 am
Location: Amity Rose Funerals
Sad and shocked to hear of the sudden death of Andy. A true gentleman. From all those who remember you from your time working in Critical Care at the Royal Shrewsbury Hospital in the UK. My sincere condolences to all of Andy's family.
My deepest condolences to Andy's family and all whose life he has touched. Andy left a big hole in my heart and those of our colleagues in the translation community worldwide. You’ve done and acheived so much in your jam-packed life. Now sleep well, Andy. Riposi in Pace, mio amico.
A tragic loss felt all over the world in the translation community. I never met Andy in person, but as a translator working in the opposite direction, we have communicated on terminology and clients. Most of all he is missed as a community builder online and a truly good guy. I have been following his passion for bicycling and recently, his house construction. My sincere condolences to his family.
We in the translation community are so saddened to learn of Andy's passing. Even across countries, I came to know Andy as a wise, generous, and big-hearted colleague who generously gave his time and expertise to help other translators. Several years ago, Eve Bodeux and I interviewed Andy for a podcast episode about work/life balance, and his affection for his wife and kids was obvious. What a huge loss. Andy will be deeply missed.
Andy's passion for knowledge and love of literature and languages was inspiring. He shared his wisdom, was open to new ideas, and was always warm and generous with those around him. He lit up tutorials with his enthusiasm. A great student and a wonderful man! I'll miss his friendship, those fun emails with his Norwegian greetings.
Andy was a special man. He was such a support for Rodger and I through some hard times and loved coming for his dinner, when we lived in Staines. We will miss his photos on facebook of his wonderful life in Australia with you Liz and the kids. We are thinking of you all at this really hard time xxxx
Andy was a treasured English student. He was full of knowledge and stories. He was one of the rare people who even though had his own point of view was happy to listen to everybody else's viewpoint. Will miss his smile and stories of his incredible life.
To me, Andy was not only a committed and talented Italian student, but a vivid companion of profound discussions, life views and weekly exchanges.
His enthusiasm and hunger for life are a contribution that will live on in our personal lives and in our society.
I feel honoured to have spent precious time with Andy and I will treasure those memories, together with a deep sense of respect both as a citizen and as a friend.