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The family of a 27-year-old man who sadly died following a collision in Liverton Mines yesterday evening, Thursday 23rd July, have released a statement in tribute to him. 

Christopher Earl, known as Chrissy, was a loving father to Harley, aged 2.

His partner, Faye, said: “He was an amazing boyfriend, soul mate and somebody who was there for me through everything over the past 10 years.

“He is going to be greatly missed, he was someone who enjoyed life, he had a vast array of friends and was always there for them, he also loved his dog, Millie, and was always walking her.

“He was a great person, who could be stubborn at times and not listen. He could be described as a bit of a ‘Jack the Lad’. He loved his bikes, having had them from a young age and he always had respect for bikes.” 

Christopher was a brother to Wayne, Sammy, Ashleigh, Megan and Abbey as well as a stepson to Phillip. He was regarded as a son to Faye’s parents, Mark and Denise, and often referred to them as his parents.

His brother, Wayne, said: “Chrissy was a hardworking plasterer and taxi driver for J&P Taxis in Redcar. He was the best brother and we had been through a lot together, both bad times and good times. We worked together and drank together. I will be lost without him.

“He was loved by everyone and life will not be the same without him.”

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