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Marcel Boer - In loving memory

It is with great sadness that we inform you about the unexpected passing of our beloved colleague Marcel Boer. Marcel, aged 47 was diagnosed with cancer only a few days before he died on 15 April 2020.

Marcel leaves behind his wife and two children as well as many friends and colleagues around the world. He will be remembered as a loyal professional and a true mover who excelled in selling moves to corporations and private customers. Marcel is recognized by colleagues and customers as a very trustworthy, knowledgeable and also entertaining professional.

Marcel joined Gosselin in December 2019 as the Sales Manager for the BENELUX region. We got to know him as a very positive colleague who was always full of energy. Needless to say that we at Gosselin along with the entire Dutch Moving industry are all devastated by this sad news.

As you read this announcement, stories connecting you with Marcel will pop up in your mind. On request of Marcel’s family, you are invited to share these stories, memories and feelings on the following webpage: www.memori.nl/Marcel-boer

Our thoughts and prayers are with the Boer family during these incredibly difficult times.

Marc Smet, Marcel Jörg

Marcel Boer - In loving memory
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