So sad. My sincere condolences to his love ones.
We have just a few months left to finish the project that we enthusiastically started together in autumn 2016. I received your last comments on my drafted PhD thesis via audio recording on Wed 11/11/2020 at 13:44 with very much gratitude and enthusiasm. I have worked on them and looked forward to having my first supervision meeting for 2021 with you and Bryan, only to hear unbearable.
What a committed, concerned and selfless teacher, Jeremy! Even when you had a few hours left, you still reach out to me as your student and say: “It had been a pleasure to see you develop your skills and knowledge over the years. I trust you will soon get your due reward on earth, Dr Alhassan! Well done for when it happens”. What else could a student wish from a teacher? No, you are not gone, Jeremy! I know you are still here supervising me unseen and unheard.
I cannot thank you or reward you enough for your contributions, support and useful guidance in my doctoral research work. Your great sense of humour, laughter and kindness always allow your constructive criticisms to land softly. Thank you very much, indeed, Jeremy, for your positive impact on my life. I will forever remember you. Until our roads cross again, rest in pea…
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