Dear OMNI Colleagues. It is with regret that we share the following message from Mark Pitcher at The Moving Company, relating to the passing of JP Meiring. Our condolences go out to JP’s friends and family at this sad time.
It is with a heavy heart that we announce JP lost his fight he has been facing over the last 3 ½ years on Thursday April 29th. JP was surrounded by his family at his home. He never gave up, having endured more treatments than most of us could.
JP was a true fighter but has been taken at the early age of 47. Even though we knew JP was facing this battle he leaves a tremendous void in our lives.
JP’s incredible intelligence, friendship, infectious humour and fun attitude towards life is going to be sorely missed by us, his friends and colleagues throughout the global moving industry and of course his absolutely beloved family, Natasha, Ella and Luke.
JP’s passion for life, for the global moving industry and for his family was testament to the outstanding calibre of person he was. JP was a rare blend putting him in a very special group.
The world was a better place for having you JP, and you will remain in our hearts forever.
I know you would have gone to the gates via the first class que, and will be looking down on us now. RIP my ‘brother from another mother’.
The family has set up an online remembrance book for those of you who knew JP well and would like to leave a message for the family to read over time.