Posted: Fri 18th Sep 2015

Family Pay Tribute to ‘Warm & Loving’ Man Who Died Following Fatal RTC

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This article is old - Published: Friday, Sep 18th, 2015

The family of a former pub landlord who died following a road traffic collision have paid tribute to a ‘warm and loving man’.

72-year-old Raymond Harris, who had previously been the landlord of the Bridge End pub in Ruabon died on Wednesday following a fatal collision in Acrefair on Sunday 13th September.

Mr Harris had been taken to the Wrexham Maelor after the incident, but was later transferred to Stoke hospital with serious injuries.

A statement released by his family through North Wales Police says: “Raymond Harris 72 from the Wrexham area had previously been the landlord of the Bridge End public house in Ruabon for 15 years. He tragically passed away as a result of the injuries which he received following a road traffic collision last Sunday.

“He was a loving father to Aden, Kate, Dean and Kelly Harris along with his long term partner Florence Roberts and her children; Debbie, Claire, Hayley, Graham and Martin and all his dearest grandchildren.

“He was a warm and loving man who will be sadly missed, but never forgotten by us all.”



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