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TOWER pays tribute to Blessie

TOWER pays tribute to Blessie

TOWER Chief Executive Officer David Hancock has expressed deep sadness at the confirmation of the death of valued team member Blessie Gotingco.

“On behalf of all of Blessie’s friends and colleagues at TOWER, our heartfelt condolences go to her family and friends.

“Blessie was a popular member of our Customer Interaction team for nearly 10 years. Her team mates speak of a kind woman who worked hard, loved her family and had a bright and sunny personality. A number of customers have contacted us today to offer condolences and share their experiences of dealing with Blessie. Clearly she was a special person who made a difference.”

Mr Hancock said TOWER continued to be in touch with Blessie’s family and is offering ongoing support.

“TOWER is a close-knit team and Blessie’s loss is felt keenly by us all. We are supporting our staff as they come to terms with this tragedy.”


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