Sennheiser pays tribute to Alan March following his death after short illness

Sennheiser pays tribute to Alan March following his death after short illness
Tributes have been paid to Sennheiser's Alan March, who died peacefully on Saturday 30 May with his wife Kate by his side.

March began at Sennheiser UK in 2008 as a Business Development Specialist, and helped drive both new and existing business for Sennheiser.

He was well known throughuot the industry for his work on the BEIRG steering team regarding the retention of radio spectrum for the entertainment industry.  His enthusiasm in this aspect later led to his role as Senior Manager for Spectrum Affairs for Sennheiser, where he continued to make headway for the industry and Sennheiser alike.

Dr. Andreas Wilzeck, Head of Spectrum and Innovation at Sennheiser, gave the following statement on behalf of his team, including Norbert Hilbich: “As musician and in his role at Sennheiser, Alan March was full of passion in his mission to protect radio frequencies for creativity and culture. We not only lost friend, but also a strong advocate of our industry, who contributed significantly in reaching the good foundation we are on.”

Kate, Alan’s wife has set a website for those keen to share our memories, photos and tributes to celebrate his life.

https://alanmarch.uk/

In his memory, Sennheiser has set up a JustGiving fundraising page to raise money for Kingston Hospital Charity, as the Kingston Hospital acute unit looked after Alan at the end of his battle wuth cancer.

https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/sennheiserforalan








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