Steve Stamps


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With Gift Aid: £306.25

Target: £400.00

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Claudia Paula Lima on 30/06/2013

Steve Stamps

How would you describe them?

“Caring friend, good listener, compassionate and generous. Oustanding professional”

What did they love most?


What will you remember most about them?

“HIs generosity with his time and patience”

Steve Stamps was an amazing friend, compassionate and generous person. I have been lucky to be part of his life and see much of his humanity and kindness and know he would approve of this fund in his memory. We shall miss him forever.
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Mr Rob Hill

Steve was so fine a man. He leaves a void that no one can fill.


Mr Chris Cunningham


Mr Peter Coleman

sadly missed


Mrs Ann Powell

Steve was the most genuine man I have ever met. Always had a ready smile and extremely loyal friend and colleague. We will miss him.


Miss jayne hutchinson

Apart of our family for many years, will be missed by all. Kathy (Jaynes Mum)


Mr Dennis Aiello

US citizen


Mr Anders Hammarstedt

To Steve who always was a good friend with a big smile and an outstanding professional and he was always appreciated as an instructor. Even if he tried he never learned how to pronounce "Årstaberg". Fast Lane Sweden Team


Miss Amy Humphrys


Mrs Elisabeth Hobbs-Hubach


Mr George Dundon

Sad loss to us all

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Steve and Stephen - Cairo
Cairo 2011

William Steve and Claudia having fun
London meeting other instructors and having lunch

Steve and I had great fun on an extended Infinity I/O work trip in 2004

San Jose Cisco
USA 2 weeks Cisco training

More fun in Portugal

London April 2013
Pub lunch in London

Christmas 1999
Only Steve would give his nieces new macs and then test them out.

It is Karaoke time -m Deborah's birthday

Olympics party at Claudia's

Steve - facebook profile

How can the world 'be' The world without Steve

Steve Stamps passed away on Thursday, 27th June 2013

Entry added on 01/07/2013

Service on 8th July 2013

Steve Stamps' funeral took place on Monday 8th July in Wokingham. RIP Steve.

Entry added on 10/07/2013

Life is a journey that we now have to travel without Steve

Steve passed away on the 27th June 2013

Entry added on 01/07/2013

We are never prepared to ear such a news. Steve was a talented instructor and I I'm very pleased I met someone like him.

Stephane Dedons

Running late,Taken to earlyThankyou for letting me be apart of your life, our time together will be treasured in my heart always,True friendship is one of the great gifts of life. lots of love xox


My sincere condolences, I'm so sorry to hear this news today. Steve was a remarkable person. Steve helped me so much in my early years, I often think of him. RIP Mr Steve Stamps.

Simon Armstrong

Steve was a legend. Massively missed already. Those of us who knew him will live on inspired by the times we got to spend with him.


Our sincere condolences on the passing of Steve. We wish you all the strength in these sad days.Fast Lane Benelux Team

Erik van de Bunt

I'm very saddened to hear this news. Your technical skills and professionalism will be missed. God bless you.

Richard Butler.

Thanks Claudia for all you have done for Steve. We have been very proud of having him aboard, he was really a masterpiece instructor.

Klaus Küng

Dear Steve, It is too late now to say thanks for all the wunderful work you have done for our Benelux Fas Lane team. When customers wanted something nobody could deliver you were always there. Goodbye

Herman Goedman

It's really hard to imagine him not being around. It's hard not to want to send a skype message. Chatting with him all those years had become a regular part of my life. Will miss him terribly.

Dennis Aiello

What an inspiring, genuine and warmhearted gentleman. I feel privileged to have met him, if only for a brief time and my heart goes out to all those who knew and loved him. Sleep well Steve.

Amy Humphrys