The family of a man who died in a road traffic collision last month (September) have thanked him for the joy his life gave them in an emotional tribute. Igor Rocko, 34, died following an incident on Tuesday, September 12, on the A45 close to Barnes Meadow interchange.
His parents Robert and Beata, sister Karolina and family have written a moving tribute to him. They said: “Losing Igor has been exceptionally hard.
“We try to carry on as normal but it feels impossible. He was always such a good boy – as a child growing up in Poland and then when the whole family moved to Northampton in 2006, we never had any problems with him.
“He got on well at school, relished family life and grew into a kind, emotional and thoughtful man who enjoyed fishing and was recently enjoying breeding spiders. Even when he moved out of the family home and became financially independent, most recently working for a car manufacturer in South Northamptonshire, he would visit us regularly and we remained very close.
“Some of our favourite memories spent with Igor are of the family holidays we would go on when he was a boy – to Egypt, Italy and Bulgaria. He enjoyed visiting the mountains and villages and it was great to share these times with him.
“No one should have to bury their son and the pain we feel is indescribable. Every day is a struggle but together we will ensure that Igor’s memory lives on.
“Finally, to Igor – thank you for the joy your life gave us. We love you and will always be grateful for the happiness you brought to our lives.”
Northamptonshire Police is investigating the crash. Anyone with information about the incident who has yet to speak to officers is asked to call Northamptonshire Police on 101, or the Drivewatch Hotline on 0800 174615.