Midwest Mobility said it has been overwhelmed with condolence messages following the death of its co-founder Colin Bowcott earlier this month.
Mr Bowcott sadly lost his battle with myeloma cancer on 5 May, aged just 59.
Midwest Mobility said it had received a “huge number” of tributes from people remembering him as a real character and gentleman.
Mr Bowcott spent more than more than 20 years in the mobility and living aids industry, and was highly regarded by colleagues, OTs and healthcare professionals within the Gloucestershire and Herefordshire areas.
His mobility career began with TPG Disable Aids in 2001 and 15 years later he formed Midwest Mobility with Jon Kearsey and Greg Mills.
The business provides specialist knowledge in supplying and installing mobility and living aids for both the NHS and private sector clients.
Midwest Mobility paid its own tribute this week, saying: “A man with an abundance of energy, nothing was ever too much trouble, and he would always go the extra mile. He had a wonderful personality and a real love for people’s welfare. He was well-suited to helping people retain their independence and enhance their quality of life.”
Mr Bowcott is survived by his wife Clare, daughter Amy and son Sam.
His wishes were for donations to be made to either The Linc Charity, Leukaemia and Intensive Chemotherapy Fund or the St Michael’s Hospice, Hereford.