It was a pleasure and honour to know you during the wilder City days of the smoke filled dealing room of the 80s and slightly more stable 90s. To have you both as a work colleague and outside. You always had a sense of fun and enjoyed life to the full whether at your desk, at the wine bar or on the ski slopes. Time may pass and friendships slip but memories don’t and they are what will ultimately sustain us all. Thank you Sal for being part of my past life and as such being part of my present and future.
Much love to you and your wide family,
‘ Simply the Best’
A chasm has been left by the irreplaceable Sal.
‘Social Secretary’, a partner in crime, and a loyal friend.
Wonderful times shared with you in TPG and Le Tour were so very special.
Rex & Family x
My first memory of Sally was an Australian’s idea of a complete lady. Stylish, sophisticated yet warm with a wonderfully developed humour and self contained. I wanted to be like her.
I still do.
Just heard of Sal’s passing more than a year later. I wanted to add a tribute. We met on Long Island in the mid-90s and I moved to London 4 or so years later – Sal was such a great help in getting me settled. Lots of fun (too much at times) and we visited La Tour, Geneva, Harbour Island etc. together as our lives both moved around the globe a bit.
What a great photo!