10:33AM, Thursday 17 October 2019
Graham with his record catch, 43lbs 6oz
The family of a man who died after being hit by a van in Iver Heath said his name will ‘forever live on’.
Graham Gingell, 31, was walking southbound in Uxbridge Road (A412) when he was involved in a collision with a vehicle at 9.56pm on Friday (Oct11).
He died of his injuries in St Mary’s Hospital, London.
A tribute released by his family said: “On Friday October 11, at 9.56pm our beloved Graham Gingell was involved in a collision on the Uxbridge Road in which he lost his life.
“He is leaving the whole family completely heartbroken.
“We will forever have a hole in our hearts that will remain for Graham and cannot find the words to express the pain we feel.”
The statement added: “Anyone that knew of Graham we are sure will remember his unique personality and pure heart of gold, with many stories to be told for a lifetime.
“Even after his death, Graham has given life to five others through his organ donation.
“His name will forever live on through us all, as a beloved son, brother and extremely proud father.”
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