Aug 3, 2012

Newlywed, 34, killed In Motorcycle Crash Just Two Days After Wedding

A bridegroom died in an horrific motorcycle crash just two days after his 'fairytale' wedding. Newlywed Phillip John Cleary, 34, died after his motorbike was hit by two cars on a country road just two days after marrying his fiancee Gemma. Police say they believe he lost control of his motorbike and collided with one car before hitting another.

Mr Cleary, of Howden, near Hull, Yorkshire, was pronounced dead at the scene of the crash on the A164, on the road between Howden and Middleton on the Wolds, on Monday evening. Hundreds of people have joined a Facebook page paying tribute to him, called In Memory of Phill Cleary. His sister Lisa Cleary wrote: 'My big brother. You have grown up to be such a kind-hearted, funny and generous man with such a great spirit.

 'You were taken way too young and at such a special time in your life. 'You will be in my heart and in my soul forever. We will all miss you so much.' She later posted: 'Phill, it's very apparent that you touched so many people's lives and will leave a huge hole in all our hearts. 'Everyone is saying you are a legend and I have to agree.

 'You will never get old and grey, you will be remembered as the 34-year-old man, who achieved so much, met the love of his life and got to marry her in front of many smiling faces. 'I am so proud to be able to call you my brother and you will live on in our hearts forever.' Mr Cleary was originally from east Hull and was the managing partner of The Citadel Partnership, a health and safety consultancy for the construction industry. It is believed he worked as a doorman at pubs and clubs in Hull city centre.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

He was a young vibrant man who got lot of dreams in his sleeves. He left everyone especially his wife grieving. I hope Mr. Cleary’s family and friends will always remember him for all the good smiles that he shares. I think in his behalf his wife can claim a motorcycle accident claim for the accident that ends his journey.