Morgan Parnis, CEO of local research company Esprimi took to social media to pay tribute to late employee Stephanie Buhagiar.
Having held the role of Research Executive, Ms Buhagiar was a formative part of Esprimi’s five-person team.
“Today we bid farewell to one of us. Stephanie Buhagiar was part of the very fabric of our team. She was the master of to-do-lists and never rested until she saw a project through. She kept us in check and made sure no deadline was ever missed. She took every new challenge within her stride and made things happen.” Mr Parnis wrote.
“Most of all, we will remember Steph as a friend, a woman who was sweet, determined, resilient, and driven. She has taught us many things at work but she has taught us the most important lesson in the way she tackled her illness. Stephanie, we salute you and we choose to believe that you are now shining, free from pain, and watching over us. I will miss you,” he continued.
The Esprimi CEO’s sentiment was echoed by other industry workers in the post’s comments section.
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