Tributes to 'remarkable' crash victim
Family and friends have spoken of their love for a “remarkable” 80-year-old businessman who died in a road accident.
TRIBUTES have been paid to a “remarkable” 80-year-old businessman who died in a road accident.
Kee Wah Lee died when his silver Mercedes A Class was in collision with an Iveco tipper lorry on the A120 at Little Bentley on Monday.
Mr Lee lived in Dyer Court Hadleigh and ran a food manufacturers and importers.
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Mr Lee founded Keejays, based in Hadleigh, and a tribute was issued by company director Mark Wright at the request of Mr Lee's son, Sammy Lee.
Mr Wright said: “In loving memory of Kee Wah Lee, who in life was a caring and loving husband, father and grandfather who always found time for his family despite many varied and successful business commitments.
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“Kee Wah demonstrated a thirst for hard work and success during his life and overcame many obstacles along the way.
“But all through this he retained a highly amicable and helpful nature which endeared him to all.
“This remarkable man will be missed dearly by family and friends alike.”