Sudden death of LogicMelon CTO Van Esch

LogicMelon has announced the death of its chief technology officer Nicholas Van Esch.

The recruitment software provider revealed in a statement, released yesterday, that Van Esch had tragically passed away on 31 October 2019.

LogicMelon CEO Darren Brown said the firm was deeply shocked and saddened by Nick’s sudden death. “The thoughts of everyone at LogicMelon are with his family and friends, and we extend our deepest sympathies to them,” he said.

“It has been a great privilege to have known and worked beside him over the last 22 years, and I’m devastated to have lost not just my business partner, but also one of my closest friends. Nick was an exceptional technical mind, innovator and developer. Known and respected for his many achievements, for driving technology innovation within the recruitment sector, and I would like to pay tribute to his fantastic contribution to the recruitment landscape.”

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