Family pay tribute to man killed in crash on A140 at Stoke Ash

Lewis Jarrett
Lewis Jarrett
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Tribute has been paid to a young man killed in a road traffic collision on the A140 at Stoke Ash on Sunday, July 27.

In a statement released through the police, the family of Lewis Jarrett said he was ‘a diamond sparkling with wit, intelligence, talent and determination to succeed in everything he did’.

Lewis, 26, worked as a chartered accountant at Ballams Chartered Accountants, having graduated with a first class honours degree from Oxford Brookes University.

He was a keen sportsman and played football and cricket and was also a fully certified PADI open water diver, having dived on the Great Barrier Reef.

His family said a highlight for him had been being a Games Maker at the London Olympics in 2012.

Lewis is survived by his parents, Jenny and David, and his brother, Liam.