Antonia’s loss will be felt deeply by all who knew and worked with her over her many years of involvement within the sector of homelessness services.

Her legacy will be the many innovative projects The Wallich have developed during her time with the organisation, that will support and enrich so many people's lives.

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Sarahi wrote on November 12, 2017:
I came to your memorial service with the choir. So inspiring. I was moved to tears. Keep up the good work in heaven.
Jill wrote on November 12, 2017:
The choir with no name really enjoyed singing at Antonia s memorial in cardiff
Jill wrote on November 12, 2017:
I send special thoughts of U. I sang last Friday in Cardiff. We travelled down from birmingham on the coach. It was a lovley memorial. Thanks
Karen Stuart wrote on November 6, 2017:
I met Antonia in 1992 whilst at English Churches Housing Group and then later at Bridge Housing . Antonia was extremely passionate about the work she was committed to and personally to myself an inspiration and was extremely supportive - her drive, confidence and enthusiasm made any difficult situation better!

My thoughts are with Antoina's family and friends and all at the Wallich during this very sad time - Antonia has truly had an impact on improving the lives of others during her time and she will be very much missed.
Bob Green wrote on October 20, 2017:
I met Antonia in the late 1990s when we both worked at Bridge Housing Association. She was truly inspirational and although our paths only crossed briefly I will always remember her positive outlook, friendliness and professionalism. She had the best interests of staff and service users at heart and helped make my time at Bridge one of my fondest memories. My thoughts go out to all of her friends and family at this dreadfully sad time.
Rick Henderson Homeless Link wrote on October 5, 2017:
I met Antonia twice: once in her office and once at the Museum of Homelessness launch event in London where we shared a platform. Both times we spoke like old friends, laughed a lot and of course put the world to rights. A wonderful, insightful, caring person who will be dearly missed. From all of us at Homeless Link
Pat & Mike Marshall, 17 Llanfair Road, Cardiff wrote on October 4, 2017:
We knew Antonia to be a lovely, helpful, modest person but we have been totally amazed to find that she was so much more than that, and are so sorry that we did not have the time to get to know her, Megan & Monty better. So loved, our loss!
Harry McKeown wrote on September 27, 2017:
I only had the privilege of meeting Antonia a handful of times during my time at The Wallich.. Despite being few in number; I remember each time distinctly; she had a memorable way of being warm, insightful and concise simultaneously.. I hugely admired her "get on and do it" approach that echoes throughout the organisation. The first conversation we had was about how we shared stomping grounds (Reading's homelessness services) in the formative years of our careers.. If I achieve even half of the things and touch the lives of half the people Antonia did during her career; I will be incredibly proud.
Antonia enriched the lives of everyone at The Wallich very deeply and those closest to her have spoken with enormous admiration for her tenacity, determination and dedication to the organisation, particularly during her final months.. We all are very fortunate to have had Antonia in our lives, despite being this time being cut so terribly short. May you rest in peace and be assured that your legacy will live on forever at The Wallich.
Patrick King wrote on September 21, 2017:
I had the privilege of being mentored and supported by Antonia from trainee project worker in a hostel, where I had also been a resident, to a senior manager at Irish Centre Housing. Antonia's trust, belief and encouragement to face challenges have made a huge difference to me professionally and personally and to countless people who needed to access services Antonia influenced. My condolences to her family and friends.
Sarah Jones wrote on September 20, 2017:
I met Antonia when I started in the Bridgend office and Antonia had recently started with The Wallich and was part of the Organisational Induction.
That was about 7 years ago and she has done so much during that time that has made such a real, positive difference to the workforce and service users. Undoubtedly, she has shaped The Wallich in it's development and growth and her influences will continue to drive forward those positive changes. She made such an impact on so many people and she will be missed.
I remember her as a fun, dynamic, inspirational woman; very focused and caring. She always had time to speak to people and always managed to get the job done in a respectful way. A great leader, listener and dog lover. It was great to see her love for Monty when she brought him in the office.
I still cant believe that Antonia has passed away and my heart goes out to her friends and family.
Sophie Haworth-Booth wrote on August 26, 2017:
Having worked for The Wallich 2010-13, I returned last year for what will hopefully be a long time to come. Part of what made me return is the way The Wallich makes me feel as a member of staff, which is attributable to Antonia's leadership over the last 6 years. The Wallich has grown so much under Antonia's leadership but has retained a down to earth 'family' feel to the organisation where staff, service users and volunteers are all held in high regard and respected as individuals.
Antonia will be a really tough act to follow and I was truly in awe of her commitment and passion for the organisation which continued even despite her terrible illness. I think of Antonia every day with sadness for a loss at such a young age, but also with determination that we will continue on the good work she so passionately believed in.
Clare Norton, Chair g320 & CEO Peter Bedford Housing Association wrote on August 23, 2017:
I knew Antonia from Bridge Housing Association 20 years ago. As our regional manager in a growing, innovative and developing organisation, she steered us to help so many people out of homelessness. Antonia helped us build a strong team, a team of kind, devoted people who believed in empowering service users to lead and own their services.

The Bridge HA model was among one of the first to empower service users to run services, and Antonia played a leading role developing this.

Antonia went on to steer housing associations to deepen their impact as a member of the Committee for the g320. The g320 represents London's Small Housing Associations, and while at Hornsey Housing Trust, Antonia played her part in leading the housing sector to be the best it could.

I learned a lot from Antonia, I am thankful for knowing her and for working alongside her. I send my condolences to her family, friends and colleagues.
Maria Nicolaou wrote on August 23, 2017:
I had the pleasure to work with Antonia when she joined Hornsey Housing Trust. HHT was going through some very challenging times when Antonia joined. Antonia brought a sense of stability and was respected by all the staff. Her openness, honesty and fairness was a great asset. She had great knowledge in her field and was happy to share that knowledge. Her move to The Wallich was a huge loss but that was where her passion lied. As a friend she will be greatly missed, Antonia always had time for everyone and I will miss our chats and laughter. Antonia achieved so much in such a short time. May she rest in peace.