Family pay tribute to 'one of a kind' Kirstie
IPSWICH: The family of Kirstie Seaman, who died in a road accident on her way to work, have paid an emotional tribute to the girl with “a big heart”.
IPSWICH: Grieving relatives of Kirstie Seaman, who died in a road accident on her way to work, have paid an emotional tribute to the girl with “a big heart”.
The popular care assistant was travelling by moped to work at Oak House in Stutton when she was killed on the A137 between Wherstead and Tattingstone in a three vehicle crash last Monday.
In a statement released by her family, Miss Seaman was described as a people-person, with an “enthusiasm for life”.
The statement said: “Kirstie was one of a kind, and will be missed by all who knew her. Her smile, her chatter and her presence.
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“If you met her for the first time, you would be a friend by the time you parted company.
“She loved people and showed she cared by the work she'd done.
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“Kirstie had a big heart, matched only by her enthusiasm for life.”
More than 300 people have now signed up to a memorial page in tribute to Kirstie on social networking site Facebook.
Caprice Camara said: “I'm going miss you, you were such a kind hearted and loving person and I just cant get my head around that this happened to you.”