20 November 2012 - 11:43am | posted by | 2 comments

Memories of former Tangible chairman Andy Carolan sought for book to be created in tribute for his family

Memories of former Tangible chairman Andy Carolan sought for book to be created in tribute for his familyMemories of former Tangible chairman Andy Carolan sought for book to

Following the death of former Tangible chairman Andy Carolan last week, a book of memories is to be created and passed onto his family, with friends and industry peers being invited to contribute.

Carolan, who died after being struck by a train last week, was a popular member of the Scottish marketing industry, and left Tangible last year to begin his own consultancy.

Since his death, a number of stories have been shared by those who knew him within the industry, which are now being sought for a book which will be collolated by Carolan’s former colleagues at Navigator, where he was managing director.

Four versions of the book will be correlated by Yvonne Balfour, Karen Trickett and Melanie Morris and then by Tony Bibby before being donated to Carolan’s family.

Those who wish to share their memory of Andy are asked to email rememberingandycarolan@gmail.com or to forward the email to those who may wish to contribute.

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20 Nov 2012 - 12:16
scots25240's picture

I was at college with Andy many years ago when we both studied Town Planning, we were good pals. He was always at the centre of things and managed to be the most down to earth guy you could meet. Saddened to hear this news. - Ronnie McKeitch

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20 Nov 2012 - 14:24
gareth_howells's picture

Great idea.

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