My friend Tim Dear Avery, London, and Lilah, 

There are so many fond memories I have of you dad Tim. He was as you can see from this He was also incredibly kind and caring. He was a wonderful friend, confidant and mentor. He always looked out for me, just as you can be sure he is watching over you. We laughed together and we cried together. Your dad knew me sometimes better than I even knew myself Here is one of many funny stories we have together. The Job Hunt Your dad and I worked together at ABN Amro Bank. We had been there about 5 years and one day he told me that another bank, Deutsche Bank, was hiring, and that the two should interview there for a job. wasn't sure about moving jobs, but Iwent on dad and a move to offers, but I still wasn't sure that I wanted to make this new bank. I kept putting off my Your how bad am about making these types of decisions for myself, and one morning l came to work and he came out of leave." I said, "What do you mean we have to leave?" (Oh l forgot to tell you that your Dad and l would sometimes play jokes on one another). He said to "We said What do you mean we He said to me, "You were taking too long to make a decision, and this is the best move for you, so I called Amsterdam (where our boss was located) this morning and quit for the two of up not to a your dad and I did have to leave that day. He was right, it was a good move for the two of us. We spent 10 Ove happy years at Deutsche bank and that was the only time in my life else quit a job for me O. (He's lucky him). 

BONUS STORY: We have a team member survey we complete every year and one of the questions is: “Do you have a best friend at work?” That is why in my slide I say he is my “YES Answer”.  If you have any questions about what I have here, let me know.

Love, Joanne Strobel-Cort