This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Graham Brock, 62, born on March 24 1954 and passed away on May 2, 2016. Graham was a husband, father, brother and friend to many. We will remember him forever.

Posted by Ferens Giebelen on May 4, 2020
His smile and optimism would be very welcome in these days.
Great to get reminded on such a nice gentleman
Posted by maria innella on May 4, 2020
A flower to remind a Gentlemen and a good person to work with.
Posted by Henry Fürniss on May 3, 2020
Always with us. Keep smiling, my friend
Posted by Sue Mingaye on May 1, 2020
Still missing you and think of you so often especially as life has changed for me so much. You are still my inspiration.  I am fighting now new battles and I remember all you guidance and great times and I will use that to fight and survive.

Posted by Sue Mingaye on May 2, 2019
Still very much missed.  Always in my mind and heart, you really are forever missed by me.
Posted by Ferens Giebelen on May 2, 2019
Always in our Hearts
Posted by Sue Mingaye on March 25, 2019
Sorry to have missed 24th, laying a flower and remembering you still.
Posted by Henry Fürniss on March 25, 2019
Happy birthday wherever you are
We all miss you
Posted by Sue Mingaye on May 1, 2018
My memories still burn bright and you are still missed - In memory of a great man who will always be in my heart and mind
Posted by Joan Rynard on November 22, 2017
Wow, what a shock to learn of Graham's passing. I was Graham's Secretary at Molex Canada. He was the best "Boss" I ever had. I was doing a search to see if I could locate him to touch base and was confronted with the heartbreaking news. Graham was a great mentor, friend, and all around great man. To Sue, your boys and your extended family I send my heartfelt sympathy. The world was a better place with Graham in it. He is still always in my thoughts.
Posted by Sue Mingaye on July 24, 2017
I was talking about you today, it still hurts my heart that are gone. So I am lighting a candle here today for you. XX
Posted by Sue Mingaye on May 3, 2017
Still very much in my thoughts so often.  I light a candle for you last night and leave me fondest love to you now I am able to get on line. . Still miss you and think of you. There is still a gap in my life that is not ever going to be filled again.
Sioux XX
Posted by Kathleen Brock on May 2, 2017
Graham. a year ago today. we lost you, our hearts broke. our first born. so many lovely times together, so many happy memories. Dad is with you now and you both are never out of my thoughts. Love you so much. God will take care of you. Love Mum
Posted by Sue Mingaye on March 24, 2017
Lighting a candle for a man who has never left my thoughts, I still take my inspiration from you. When days are tough I think of your leadership, friendship and guidance. You are still very much missed ....
Posted by Kathleen Brock on March 24, 2017
Happy Birthday Son. Your dad left us on the 6th March '17.and will be meeting you very shortly. You have so much "catch up" to do.(10 yrs).
Look after him you both have so much love to share, and you can
"Dance with your Father again". A beautiful song, beautiful words.
Darling, you are always with me. Love you forever. Mum xxxx
Posted by Nick Foster on November 12, 2016
Very sorry to hear of the passing of Graham.
I worked for Graham at Molex back in the mid 80's.
I remember Graham for always having time, being motivational
and a great leader.
Kindest thoughts to his family.
Posted by David Emmett on November 6, 2016
Deeply sad to see this news on the internet. Worked with Graham some 30 years ago at Molex and he was a truly nice guy. So sorry for his fam
Posted by Peter Rovekamp on June 8, 2016
It was always a pleasure being in conversations, at dinner and being around Graham. He is a warm and inspirational person. His time came too soon. I wish the family well and we will always remember Graham. Best Regards and my condolences, Peter Rovekamp
Posted by Paolo Zangirolami on May 20, 2016
I was not able to convince him to play soccer with the European Lead Team, against the Zetronic soccer team, on 25/mar/2014…
But he was the ELT coach after all…and a great one with smart tactics and motivations to all of the players !
I want to remember him like that :-)
Posted by Monique Appeldoorn on May 20, 2016
I have enjoyed working for and with Graham , he has left a lasting impression with his leadership, mentorship and his ever present humour. Rest Peacefully Graham.
Posted by Frank Henning on May 19, 2016
Graham was such a big influence to so many people, His belief in people and what they could do, inspired so many people to achieve great things.

He had a massive influence in my life and the opportunity he gave me changed my life forever, I am a far better person as a result of Graham’s belief and the inspiration he gave me.

My thoughts and condolences go out to his family at this sad time
Posted by Steve Updegraff on May 18, 2016
You were my advisor even before I came to Molex, and then you became my manager and my mentor. You were an inspiration for me, and you helped me to mature as a person. Your sense of humor and your ability to quickly understand complex situations made it a pleasure to work with you. I will always think of you when sipping a nice Sancerre. Thank you for all you have done, Graham. You will never be forgotten.
Posted by Sandra Adroguer on May 17, 2016
I will never forget you, I will always remember when I first met you, just when I joined the were so nice, so charming, so lovely...and the congratulations note you sent when my first son was born...uff, I cannot forget it. Hasta siempre.
Posted by Simonetta Carrer on May 17, 2016
" Met long time ago when I started working back to 1979 at Molex and  even if I retired from Molex before you, I cannot forget you.
You are like an old friend, I will always remember your smile and your kindness. Trust you found a peaceful place..... Ciao Graham""
Posted by Ferens Giebelen on May 17, 2016
What a terrible news!!!
A great friend and mentor left this life. What a shock!
Graham....I like to thank you for your friendship and wise words. We always stayed in touch and I truly appreciated your genuine interest in my family.
I will certainly miss your warm words, advice and friendship.
Trust you found a peaceful place.....
Rest in Peace my friend
Posted by Guido Visioli on May 16, 2016
" Always I'll remember Your kind smile and the special light of your eyes.
It was a great honor for me to work with You "
Ciao Graham
Posted by maria innella on May 16, 2016
He has been a great leader, a guide and an example for me. It has been a privilege for me to work with him and I will always remember his smile and kindness. Ciao Graham.
Posted by Roberta Magnani on May 12, 2016
"I met you many times and your smile always impressed me. I'd like to remember you with these words: A smile comes near more than steps!"
Posted by Marco ponti on May 11, 2016
A great leader is gone prematurely, but his teachings will always be a great heritage of style and loyalty
Ciao Graham.
Posted by Artur Czereszko on May 11, 2016
I will remember Graham as a bright, sharp minded and ispiring person. Always devoted to the business he grew up with, perfecting himself and his work. I had a chance to meet him in person upon his work with Mod-Tap/Molex Premise Networks. I will keep You Graham in my memories, R.I.P.
Posted by Kathleen Brock on May 10, 2016
From the day you were born to the day you left us, darling you were never out of our thoughts. Coming to terms that we will never see you again, we find impossible to bear. Such a brilliant, loving, caring, son brother and uncle. Wonderful memories we will keep with us forever.
We grieve privately, but will be with you every step of the way on the
2nd, May God Bless you always, we loved you so very,very,very
much.  Mum and Dad xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Posted by mauro accorsi on May 10, 2016
We loose a great man, a great boss and a great friend. He was an example for many of us. R.I.P dear Graham.
Posted by Henry Fürniss on May 9, 2016
Thanks for being a strong mentor. Thanks for being a great friend. Thanks for your advices. Thanks for your guidance. Thanks for being always in front. Thanks for your passion. Thanks for your commitment. Thanks for your help. Thanks for your LEGACY. We will never forget you
Posted by Sue Mingaye on May 9, 2016
Graham has been a big part of my life. I have always admired and respected him. I cannot express how big the hole is that he leaves in my heart and mind. You will be so missed, but never forgotten. Had many tears since I heard of your passing, Words cannot express feelings, I am sure that is the same for many. Graham, a bit my heart has died with your passing. Go gently in the night.  Your candle will always burn bright in my thoughts.
Posted by Paul Rishworth on May 7, 2016
I worked with Graham in the 90's when he was Managing the Molex Premise Networks division which was very active in South Africa. Graham always struck me as a highly intelligent, friendly, loyal and strong willed person who was a huge asset to Molex and influenced all those he met. He certainly influenced me and I am sad that he has left us. Go gently into the night Graham, we will not forget you. X
Posted by John Kern on May 7, 2016
I worked with Graham for more than a decade in various capacities at Cisco. As a key supplier, Molex and specifically Graham, were essential to our relationship. The trust I built with Graham, along with my entire team, was due to his professionalism, his experience, his infectious can do attitude, and his commitment to the relationship between our companies. He was a great business partner and a friend. I will miss his laugh and his guidance the most.
Posted by Herbert Endres on May 7, 2016
I met Graham first in the mid 90s when he managed Molex Premise Networks. During his time as European President in Munich, he was the one, who recognized my talent and invented the Marketing Technology mission which gave me a push into the right direction and raised my creativity.
I owe him much. As acknowledgment of my gratitude I will never forget him.
Herbert Endres
Posted by Howell Evans on May 6, 2016
Met Graham in early 1977 at the Molex UK office. Was obvious that he was a leader then. He knew the product line extremely well. Graham grew as Molex grew and was an integral contributor to Molex's growth. He inspired and will be missed by many, many, many people.

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Posted by Ferens Giebelen on May 4, 2020
His smile and optimism would be very welcome in these days.
Great to get reminded on such a nice gentleman
Posted by maria innella on May 4, 2020
A flower to remind a Gentlemen and a good person to work with.
Posted by Henry Fürniss on May 3, 2020
Always with us. Keep smiling, my friend
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