Obituary: Ishvinder Sandhu

The activation director for Geometry Indonesia has died at the age of 38.

Obituary: Ishvinder Sandhu

Ishvinder Sandhu's family has written the following tribute:

'Ishvinder Sandhu, activation director for Geometry Global Indonesia, died on Saturday 8th April 2017.

'Ish', as he was known in the industry, began his career in Kuala Lumpur where he spent over six years at G2 as an account director. He then worked in Vietnam and most recently moved to Jakarta to join the Geometry Global Indonesia team in February 2016.

In all of these roles, his professionalism and loyalty to both the network and his clients meant that he was always trying to deliver more. His generosity of spirit and desire to get along with people made him a very popular colleague and a dedicated professional.

A big man (6ft 2") with a very sociable personality, he was a big car buff, lifelong Liverpool supporter and a huge music fan. He was in Bangkok to see Coldplay the weekend he died.

At 38 years old, he died far too soon but he leaves a legacy of having made lives better for everyone he encountered. He will be missed.'

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