PHC IS SAD TO report the news that despatch management system salesman Dave Jarman passed away last month. Dave worked at Cordic for the past six years and the company has paid tribute to a much respected man, who will be missed by friends and colleagues alike.
David Lee Jarman, 59, of Whitstable, died suddenly on Friday 21st February 2014. Born on 19th May 1954 in Croydon, Dave had three years Military Service in the Army and spent four years in the RAF between 1971-1978.
A devoted and loved husband, father, granddad and friend, Dave is survived by his wife Denise and four children. He was a committed granddad to his five grandchildren and was thrilled to know that another grandchild was due late March, known in the family as Strawberry.
Dave had a successful career in sales; previously working for Feedback Data, Sprint Data Systems Ltd and more recently Cordic Ltd.
He began his sales career with Cordic in 2008. He covered the South Coast and London area where he successfully sold many taxi despatch systems.
His “old school” style made him stand out to those lucky enough to meet him and he was always ready with a joke or anecdote.
The sales team at Cordic have received many messages of condolence from those in the taxi industry he had dealt with. He will be sorely missed by all the staff at Cordic Ltd.
In his spare time he particularly enjoyed watching rugby, reading books, history and the historical 1964 film Zulu.