Rent Collections ManagerAs well as being Centrick Property’s walking encyclopedia and speaker of most European languages (very helpful when letting to our continental clients), Phil is the head honcho of the Rent Collections team. One of the longest standing members of staff, Phil remembers a time when he was just looking after a couple of hundred monthly rental payments, now it’s a couple of thousand. But under Phil’s stewardship the effectiveness of our Rent Colletions team remains unchanged with some of the lowest arrears rates in the industry (just 2% compared to a recently quoted national average of 12%, not bad, eh?)
I mourn the passing of this man who developed the Trinder method for salicylates among other things. Professor Rory O’Moore from St James and TCD told me to go see him for advice. He told me to get a good chemical analyst and a mathematician in the Chemical Pathology Department. He was correct. I knew it then and it remains true today but a molcular biologist could be added to the list. The year was 1982.
Paul was a Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry and was a fundamental chemist by nature. He was also a Fellow of the Royal College of Pathologists in London.
Dr Paul Trinder on 6th January. Paul was a former Top Grade Biochemist at Sunderland Royal Infirmary and a founder member of ACB.There is to be a “celebration” of Paul’s life at Sunderland Crematorium at 10:00 onTuesday 20th January. In lieu of flowers Paul’s family have asked for any donations to be sent to St Oswald Hospice in Newcastle.