Rachel Gibson, The Well-Loved Sales Exec Sadly Loses Her Battle With Cancer

Well-loved and respected sales exec, Rachel Gibson has sadly lost her battle against cancer, aged 38.

Rachel joined Expressions (UKG) in 2004 and was crowned Sales Person of the Year in her time there. She also worked for Lagoon, Russ Berrie, K2 Greetings, GBCC, Wishing Well and Words ‘n’ Wishes.

Rachel had suffered from AML (Acute Myeloid Leukaemia) since June 2016 and had undergone chemotherapy, bone marrow transplants and had survived Sepsis, but sadly lost her fight on the 23October.

Rachel leaves behind two children Alice (aged 7) and Cameron (aged 6), two stepchildren and husband Scott, who is a sales agent in the greeting card industry, covering the South East.

“Rach was loved and respected by her customers,” Scott told PG Buzz about his wife. ”She was renowned for being friendly, cheerful and her fun attitude. She always had a smile and customers talk about how they’d laugh and joke when she visited.”

Above: It was not just Rachel who won sales awards, Scott (left) was crowned Words ‘n’ Wishes’ Sales Person of the Year – Silver, this year. Scott is pictured here with Rod Brown, md of Words 'n' Wishes.
Above: It was not just Rachel who won sales awards, Scott (left) was crowned Words ‘n’ Wishes’ Sales Person of the Year – Silver, this year. Scott is pictured here with Rod Brown, md of Words ‘n’ Wishes.

Scott was extend his sincere thanks to everyone in the industry “who’ve been incredibly supportive and for all their love and thoughts over the last two and a half years,” during Rachel’s illness.

Top: Sales exec Rachel Gibson has sadly lost her battle with cancer.

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