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Kashmir Kalirai

Mark Charlesworth

We created a GatheringUs memorial to celebrate the life of Mark Charlesworth. Collecting your stories and memories here will offer us great comfort. As we plan virtual and in person gatherings, we will share details here. Thank you for contributing to this lasting memorial.

Mark Charlesworth,  a senior software engineer died on 21st August 2020 surrounded by family. Mark is survived by his mother, brother,sister and his two daughters Aimee and Zoe. It takes a minute to find a special person, an hour to appreciate them, and a day to love them, but it takes an entire lifetime to forget them. Mark was a devoted father and will be dearly missed by family and friends.
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  • Anita  Bhatt
    Mark.. thinking of you everyday and miss all of the conversations we have had. Miss your laughter, kindness, humor and friendship always.
  • David Collier
    Mark was a real gentleman who was sadly taken too soon. His colleagues will miss his wonderful sense of humour and a calm demeanour which made him very popular within his team and the wider office.
  • Kashmir Kalirai
    Mark, thanks for being a great friend and for making me laugh so much. I will miss our chats and the fun times we had together. All I have now are memories. You will always remain in my thoughts.

  • Jen Whipps
    Mark, you were a kind and caring person, who took the time to explain what you meant in layman’s terms, and never minded when I asked you to show me what you meant, many times in some cases.

    We both cycled to work, and I could tell when it was a wet...  more
  • Anita  Bhatt
    My dear sweet friend Mark
    I am truly at a loss for words. How do you say goodbye to a dear friend that has impacted your life as much as you have touched mine. I have been checking my phone everyday since 03Aug2020 waiting for a message or sending a...  more
  • Andrew Pigott
    I am going to miss our cycling chats in the morning, talking about books, local places and history, and our families. You really are a gentleman in every sense of the word. I have no idea why you wanted to talk with such a loud and brash idiot as me, but...  more
  • Andrew Dutka
    Mark was a wonderful man who was always funny, polite and calm. The office was a fun a bright place when you were in!

    I've known you for 9 years, since you joined just after me! It was always a pleasure working. Can't believe you are gone.

    Goodbye...  more
  • Elena Merlo
    Goodbye sweetie,
    I miss you more than words can say.

    Che la terra ti sia lieve.

  • Siobhan McKenna-Power
    Mark was one of the world's gentlemen. He was a wonderful person and will be greatly missed at work. The office wasn't the same without him. My thoughts and prayers are with his family at this time.
  • Tracy Shaw
    I have worked with Mark and met up with him for a Costa a few times last year. He was such a great colleague and an even greater friend. His optimistic outlook amazed and humbled me. I enjoyed hearing about his past and his great love for his family. I...  more
  • William Foster
    Mark was a man who was truly a joy to be around, always calm, kind and fun to be around.

    I have missed his presence in the office ever since he was taken ill and I will continue to miss him day to day. He was a great guy inside and outside work.

    He was...  more