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Such was his power of presence, it was impossible to be in the same building as Tom and not be aware of it. He seemed to approach every challenge with clarity of thought and distinct sense of ease, even if this concerned the ISO work nobody else wanted to do. Tom was there, always prepared, always smiling.

What struck me most about Tom when I first met him, and then at every introduction I witnessed thereafter, was the incredible pride he felt for his contribution to Vicon and Oxford Metrics as a founder. This was never with any sense of arrogance or superiority, he simply loved the fact that he had played such an important part in the company's history and ongoing success.

He was clearly an achiever with the many activities that he had dedicated himself to over the years. I hope his biggest achievement however will be his example of how to be a wonderful human being. I'll miss you Tom.