Saeed Tahmasebi Bio
Saeed Tahmabessi Khademsadi was a chartered engineer who was completing a PhD at Imperial College in London and working as a principal engineer at Laing O’Rouke.
Tributes have been paid to three British nationals who died when a Ukrainian plane crashed in Iran.
Mohammed Reza Kadkhoda Zadeh, who owned a dry cleaners, BP engineer Sam Zokaei and PhD student and engineer Saeed Tahmasebi were all on board the flight. pic.twitter.com/enGAfKoVbx
— English Daily (@EnglishDaily) January 8, 2020
Saeed Tahmasebi Age
He was 37 years old
Who is Saeed Tahmasebi
According to Sky News, Saeed Tahmasebi worked for as an engineer for Laing O’Rouke. A spokeswoman for the company said to the British network: “Everyone here is shocked and saddened by this very tragic news.
“Saeed was a popular and well-respected engineer and will be missed by many of his colleagues. Our thoughts are with his family and friends at this most difficult time and we will do all we can to support them through it,” the spokesman added to Sky News.
Mirror reported that he was a newlywed who was killed with his new wife, Niloofar Ebrahim, just weeks after they married. That site gives his full name as Saeed Tahmasebi Khademasadi and says he was from Brentwood, Essex.
Saeed Tahmasebi Married, Wife Niloofar Ebrahim
Mr Tahmasebi had just married his wife Niloofar Ebrahim in London in December before travelling back to Iran for a second marriage ceremony in their native country.
Saeed Tahmasebi Tributes
BREAKING | The three British nationals killed in the Iran plane crash unofficially identified:
– Mohammad Reza Kadkhoda Zadeh, 40
– Saeed Tahmasebi Khademsadi, 35
– Sam Zokaei, 35
Full victims piece here: https://t.co/AbHLA2HYJw
Live updates here: https://t.co/Hm3rFcgdjG
— Gareth Davies (@GD10) January 8, 2020
A spokesman for Imperial College London where their 35-year-old colleague – who preferred to be known as Mr Tahmasebi – was a post-graduate researcher, said: “We are deeply saddened at this tragic news.
“Saeed Tahmasebi Khademasadi was a brilliant engineer with a bright future.
“His contributions to systems engineering earned respect from everyone who dealt with him and will benefit society for years to come.
“He was a warm, humble and generous colleague and close friend to many in our community.
“Our thoughts and sincere condolences are with Saeed’s family, friends and colleagues, as well as all those affected by this tragedy.”
Really sad to hear three Brits were killed in the Iran plane crash today – Sam Zokaei, Saeed Tahmasebi and Mohammad Reza Kadkhoda-Zadeh.
A massive loss for our nation.https://t.co/eUf2KvlMS1
— Groyper Carl (@GroyperCarl) January 8, 2020