Tribute to A1(M) crash victim
THE family of a man who died after a multiple car crash on the A1(M) have paid tribute to him. Tony Radford was involved in the horrific five car pile-up on Tuesday of last week; he died in hospital the following day. The 42-year-old was a project manag
THE family of a man who died after a multiple car crash on the A1(M) have paid tribute to him.
Tony Radford was involved in the horrific five car pile-up on Tuesday of last week; he died in hospital the following day.
The 42-year-old was a project manager for RBA Software in Barnet, and lived in Stevenage.
Wife Gaynor, who he met in 1991 and has two children with - Mark, five, and Thomas, seven - said: "Everyone who met Tony knew what a wonderful person he was."
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The 41-year-old added: "The children and I will miss him so much.
"He has given us the foundations from which to grow."
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Tony is one of five children to parents Dr Martin Radford and the late Diane Radford.
Sister Michelle, 40, said: "He was a loving father who was devoted to his family.
"There is not a word that exists that fully describes Tony's utter adoration for his family - they were his world."
The fatal crash happened southbound on the motorway between junctions five, at WGC, and four, for the Oldings Roundabout in the morning rush hour.
No one else was injured.