Family pay tribute to 19-year-old Jake Page saying he was ‘so full of life’
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The family of 19-year-old motorcyclist Jake Page who was killed in a three-vehicle collision in Sudbury have issued a heartfelt tribute.
Mr Page, from Great Waldingfield, died on Friday April 6, following a collision in Melford Road.
Today, his family have issued a tribute to Jake, saying they have been flooded with messages of support since the tragedy.
The tribute reads: “As a family, we are all still in total disbelief and cannot come to terms with the loss of Jake.
“He was a very much loved son to Jason and Joanne and brother to Jemma.
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“Jake was so full of life, always happy, loved his family, his dogs and his friends.
“He had many passions in life, but his biggest were the gym which he attended nearly every day without fail, and his motorbike, which he couldn’t wait to get out on as soon as the sun was shining.
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“We have been completely flooded with messages telling us how loving, funny, caring, outgoing and positive he was.
“Jake’s life had just begun and he was truly starting to shine brighter than ever, he was taken far too soon from us.”
His family has requested well-wishers refrain from leaving roadside tributes to Jake at the scene of the crash.