In memory of Mandy Walton

As many of you are aware Mandy Walton has been an associate here at SCE Solicitors from March 2016. We regret to inform everyone that she passed on 4 December 2017. 

Here at SCE Solicitors we are all devastated, not only was she an excellent solicitor, she was a force of energy, her dedication to client’s, colleagues and business partners was second to none. 

I am sure her clients will agree with me when I say that her good humour, common-sense approach to legal issues and passion for employment law will be missed. She was a valued member of the team and, personally, a great friend.  

Her funeral will be held on 21 December 2017 at Park Wood Crematorium in Elland at 11:15am and this is followed by a celebration of her life at 12:15 at Cleckheaton Sports Club. 

If you require any further details of her funeral arrangements please do not hesitate to contact me at samira.cakali@scesolicitors.co.uk

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