In memory of our friend and colleague Con Lineham

In memory of Con, we would like to invite you to leave a comment or message below. This can be a memory, a message of condolence or anything you feel appropriate.

You do not need to include your name or email, but if you do include them they will not be used in any commercial capacity, and your email will not be shared.

Making a donation
Con’s family have asked that if anyone would like to do something in Con’s name, his wishes were for donations to be made to the Sue Ryder charity.

You can donate here.

Should you have any questions, please feel free to get in touch with us. You can email me directly – andrew.sanderson@stressline.net or phone on 01455 272457.

Thank you.

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    Con will indeed be missed, and personally, I will miss his unique brand of wit and humour that so often helped the sales meetings go a little easier. His ‘regional accent’ banter with Paul B was a constant source of amusement to me, often having me chuckle to myself even on the drive home.

  2. Con was a lovely and funny guy and will be greatly missed. I have fond memories of when we worked together at Stressline and always kept you laughing. RIP mate until we meet again.

  3. I must say that it’s been an absolute pleasure to have known Con for these past 3 and a half years. Not only did I enjoy his company on nights out but he never failed to bring a smile to my face no matter how bad things were. We had many long running jokes that still make me laugh now and it’s those memories I will never forget.
    My thoughts and prayers are with his family. RIP Con aka My mate Dave. Gone too soon! X

  4. Con was, quite simply, one of life’s true gentlemen. I feel blessed to have met and worked with him for just a few years of his full and varied career. Rest in Peace my friend.

  5. I had the pleasure of working with Con for a number of years, he had a great sense of humour and we had many laughs together.Very sad that we never got to have that coffee a few weeks ago.Con was always talking to me about his family and what they were doing, my thoughts are very much with them at this sad time.

  6. I had the pleasure working with Con @ McCanns and can honestly say what a kind, funny gentleman he was. We are all still shocked on this sad news but he will be sorely missed.

  7. I can’t believe this I am so sad to hear this I really liked Con and he always bought his cheery attitude to branch!

    Much love to his family

  8. I worked with Con back in the 70’s and boy did we have some fun. He will be sadly missed by all. My condolences to his dear family.

  9. I first knew of Con when he worked for George & Tudor (now Jewsons) in Hereford and there was always good banter when there was an order to be fought for a true gent my condolences to his family.

  10. Always looked forward to meeting with Con. Never a dull conversation.
    Will miss you mate. Thinking of your loved ones.

  11. Con was a real gentleman. Always had time for a smile and a laugh. He will be sadly missed by a lot of people. It was a pleasure to know you mate. RIP.

  12. I’m truly saddened to hear of Con’s passing, we knew each other through business for some 30 years and it was always a pleasure.
    RIP Con, and condolences to your family and friends.

  13. I worked with Con for many years , along with Clive Cox , Andrew Archibald, And Bill Jackson we had a great Team and many Laughs together .
    He will be missed by many as being Nice Chap with a Great sense of Humour and hard working !
    My Condolences to all his Family .

  14. Con was a true gent. I am not one to say that if I don’t mean it. I don’t believe death grants anyone complimentary status, but Con Lineham was the most amiable and least belligerent man in the industry. In my time at Bence he came in almost every week and we would always go to lunch together and discuss the football. Always a pleasant time and never unwelcome.
    I would never see anyone cold calling without appointment except for Con.
    I was throroughly pleased to reestablish a communication with him in my new role at TP and utterly crushed to hear of his passing.
    He will not be replaced.

  15. I worked with Con twice in the mid and late 90s. A lovely chap who was thoroughly decent in every way. I found out today of his sad and sudden passing, and I am shocked at this such awful and cruel news. RIP Con, lots of love.

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