On behalf of the Human Factors Research Group


May 1st, 2015

As many of you may already know, on Tuesday 21 April 2015, Sally Shalloe, our much loved, respected and valued member of the HFRG died after a road accident.

We would like to convey our sincere thanks for the support and very kind messages we have received from many people across the University. It has been a great comfort to us and also shown how many people Sally’s life touched.

On Tuesday 5 May there will be a private family funeral. On Saturday 9 May there will be a service to celebrate her life at 12noon, at Sun Rising Natural Burial Grounds, Lower Tysoe, Warwickshire. Everyone is welcome to attend this service and join the family and our team afterwards at the nearby pub, The Castle at Edgehill.

If you are planning to attend the service or go on to the pub please contact sarah.atkinson@nottingham.ac.uk by 10am Wednesday 6 May.

As a tribute to Sally, we are putting together our memories and messages to pass onto the family. If you would like to add to this please send your message to sue.cobb@nottingham.ac.uk and/or sarah.atkinson@nottingham.ac.uk by 2pm Thursday 7 May.

If you wish to send your own card, we will be happy to pass this on to Sally’s family. Alternatively, there is a card in the HFRG office (B floor, ITRC building, Faculty of Engineering) which you are welcome to sign.
The family have requested family flowers only and that donations are made to the MacMillan Cancer Nurses charity. These can be made online: http://sally.shalloe.com or to the Funeral Directors, AW Lymn, Beeston, Tel : 0115 922 0433.

Sun Rising Natural Burial Ground,
Lower Tysoe, CV35 0BU
http://sunrisingburialground.co.uk/visiting/directions.html

Castle at Edgehill Pub
Edgehill, Nr Banbury OX15 6DJ
http://www.castleatedgehill.co.uk/

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