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Ron Sege, Echelon's President and Chief Executive Officer, added, "The people with whom Ken worked over the years will deeply mourn his loss and miss his spirit, good humor and big-heartedness.
Countless people across Britain could share similar examples of his big-heartedness - like the Sheffield university rugby captain who still recalls a dinner in 1977 where Cliff was the speaker who enthralled his audience, gave his team cash to "buy the boys a drink after the game the next day" and wrote a thank-you letter he cherishes to this day.
MARITA SERFONTEIN South African citizen This famous quote, "It always seems impossible until its done", by Mandela best summarises the impact his release from prison and subsequent big-heartedness and forgiveness have given us South Africans, a chance and opportunity to exist in our own country, embracing our culture and tolerance for those around us.
Your big-heartedness can see you making generous gestures.
But its energy and big-heartedness are more than compensation.
And it manages superbly to combine a deep sense of service to the buyer with pounds 38,000 to invest, with rugged big-heartedness and a forgiving nature for the rashest of drivers.
The fact we were slogging it out with each other says something of the big-heartedness of Wales.
An intimate dramedy of two Czech pilots in Britain's Royal Air Force who fall for the same woman during WWII, pic is full of engaging characters and big-heartedness beneath the aerial dogfights and more serious message of what communism later did to these heroes.