Rubies’ Stefan Brandenburger passes away

Rubies has announced the sad passing of colleague, Stefan Brandenburger.

In a statement, Rubies said:

“It is with much sadness that Rubies announces today that our colleague Stefan Brandenburger, head of sales GAS, passed away suddenly on Friday 22 September. Ever the professional, Stefan was a fantastically infectious and engaging sales director whose passion for the industry spans well over a decade.

“Having worked with Smiffys as a regional sales manager for approximately nine years, Stefan joined Rubies in December 2021 and successfully reintroduced its portfolio to Germany Austria and Switzerland. Stefan leaves an indelible mark, for all who had the benefit of Stefan’s engagement across our great industry please take a moment to reflect on his friendship and passionate contribution to our lives.

“We offer our greatest sympathy to family, friends and colleagues. We mourn his passing together. Vale Stefan Brandenburger.”

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