Karolina Goralska

Sennheiser for Alan

Fundraising for Kingston Hospital Charity
raised of £500 target
by 43 supporters
In memory of Alan March
Kingston Hospital Charity

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We support Kingston Hospital as it strives to deliver outstanding care for all


We are raising money for Kingston Hospital Charity in memory of our friend and colleague, Alan March.

Our friend and colleague, Alan March, has been prematurely taken from us and his family. Alan sadly passed away peacefully on Saturday 30th May with his wife Kate by his side. After a short but brave battle with cancer Alan is now out of pain and at peace.

Alan took up his employment with Sennheiser UK in 2008 as a ‘Business Development Specialist’.  Alan’s 21 years’ experience in the Pro Audio industry in various roles, for HW International and Shure Distribution UK, meant that he arrived at Sennheiser with a wealth of experience and knowledge and was an instant fit within the Sennheiser team.  Alan helped drive both new and existing business for Sennheiser with his exceptional reputation in the industry and he contributed greatly to the success of the Professional and Install Sound business areas. Alongside Alan’s Sennheiser role he also worked tirelessly as part of BEIRG’s steering team regarding the retention of radio spectrum for the entertainment industry.  Alan’s enthusiasm in this aspect later led to his role as ‘Senior Manager for Spectrum Affairs’ for Sennheiser, where he continued to make headway for the industry and Sennheiser alike.

Outside of work Alan’s passion for the industry continued with his music.  Alan was often gigging around Kingston-Upon-Thames as the lead guitarist for GrooveManoova, he was an incredible musician and would also often be found playing at a Sennheiser party. This passion continued to the end through his purchases of multiple guitars. Along with his passion for playing music, he loved to listen to it as well. This made for an encyclopaedic knowledge of bands and he amassed a vinyl collection that would be the envy of many an enthusiast.

Alan was a very genuine, passionate person that was never afraid to show his emotions and will be greatly missed by many within the Pro Audio Industry.  There will no doubt be many memories of Alan to be shared, which will highlight what an amazing person he was and how blessed we all were to have known him and call him a friend.

He was one of the nicest people you could ever wish to meet – a gentleman of extraordinary generosity. Alan would always be the first one to support any charitable events that we came up with.  We believe that raising funds to support Kingston Hospital Charity is what Alan would love us to do. Kingston Hospital acute assessment unit were the ones who treated Alan at the end of his battle and went above and beyond to support Kate, Al's wife, and the family in these difficult times.

Rest in peace Al, you will always be in our hearts.

About the charity

Kingston Hospital Charity

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Kingston Hospital Charity is committed to raising money for equipment, comforts, research and amenities that are above and beyond the scope of the NHS, helping to make a real difference to staff and patients and their families now and in the future. Tel: 020 8973 5041

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