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In Memoriam

We couldn't have a website, without there being a small token of our sincere appreciation and gratitude for all of the hard work, dedication and determination shown by two very special members of our team, both of which were tragically taken from their loved ones and Titan – just way too soon.

Their contributions will forever be part of what Titan is today. We remember both Dean and Jenny with fondness, laughter and privilege to have worked with two fantastic people. May they rest in peace.



Dean Clark
28/12/1967 - 10/10/2012

Dean Clark joined Titan as a field service engineer in 2002. Being an extremely knowledgeable, strong minded "Kiwi" fire systems engineer, with a down to earth outlook, Deans 'can do' attitude rapidly took him into supervision and then management of the field engineering service team at Titan.

Dean was an integral part of the backbone that made the business what it is today, delivering great service, through his sheer determination and never ending hard work.

Sadly his battle with cancer was lost in October 2012 and he leaves behind Penny his loving partner and their son Harvey.

We know that somewhere in the sky, besides watching over his loved ones, Dean will be mentoring and encouraging angels on how to fix double address faults, writing method statements, and generally making sure that Gods house has a fully operational and compliant fire detection & alarm system as that what he did best. Rest in Peace Deano.

Jenny Kempster
24/10/1959 - 13/04/2011

Almost all of our customers, suppliers, colleagues and staff knew Jenny one way or another through her employment as a credit controller and ledger clerk, and a fiercely dedicated one at that.

Jenny's commitment to the business was relentless, having been party to much change over time, and always had the flexibility to adapt, make positive contributions and improvements to her role.

Titan has a lot to thank Jenny for who stood by the business in dark times, in fact, had it of not been for Jenny's ingenuity in her credit control, it could have been a different picture all together, and we're eternally grateful to her for all that she did.

All of us at Titan Fire & Security, past and present extend our sincere gratitude, and appreciation to Jenny, who will be missed, and I know that I speak for all at Titan, that she will be remembered as the buoyant happy individual that she was. Our deepest sympathies go to all of her family, in particular husband Alan, and her two sons.

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