The family of a 34-year-old who died in a crash on the A16 have paid tribute to their “happy-go-lucky” son. Graham Ross died in a collision on the A16 at North Thoresby in April 2023.
Graham, from Newcastle, was pronounced dead at the scene in North Thoresby on Monday, April 24, when his grey Transit van collided with a second vehicle. A woman in her 40s, who had been driving a black BMW convertible, also died in the crash.
Graham’s mum said: “Graham was a happy-go-lucky man who loved life. He loved going out for meals and spending time with his friends and he enjoyed family time. He loved football and snooker. He was my perfect son. A beautiful boy, very handsome and lovely to everyone he met.
“We were very close and it’s still painful to think about the fact that he’s gone. He enjoyed all the experiences that life had to offer. He loved to travel and went all over from Lanzarote to India to Turkey and other places. He also travelled up and down the country for his work, which he enjoyed.
“To Graham, I love you and I miss you so much. We all do.” Graham’s family have asked for their privacy to be respected.