Lynne Dring tributes: 'We have lost the most beautiful, perfect person'
HEARTFELT tributes to the mother-of-two who died following a collision with a car have flooded in following the news of her tragic death.
Described by one family member as "the most beautiful and perfect person", the death of Lynne Dring has devastated her two daughters and husband.
The 52-year-old, of Itterby Crescent, Cleethorpes, was in collision with a blue Volkswagen Golf while crossing the road at Hewitts Circus on Wednesday.
She died in Grimsby's Diana, Princess Of Wales Hospital on Thursday.
The family have thanked everyone for their kind words, many of which have been posted on www.thisisgrimsby.co.uk
Ian Sutherland wrote: "On behalf of the family may I thank everyone for your kind words (now or future).
"We are very privileged to have had Lynne in our family. We have lost the most beautiful, perfect person.
"Rest in Peace Lynne, we love you and will all miss you immensely xxx."
Among the tributes, friends Sheila and Tim Baldock wrote: "Our deepest sympathy goes out to Chris, the girls and all Lynne's family and friends. Also to all her work colleagues.
"Lynne will be sadly missed by all who knew her, she was such a lovely lady.
"God bless Lynne and may you rest in peace."
While Steve and Caroline Jones posted: "Our deepest sympathy goes to Chris and the girls. Lynne was an absolutely lovely lady, always ready to lend an ear and make you feel better. Our thoughts are with all the family at this terribly sad time xxx."
Mrs Dring was highly regarded by colleagues, pupils and governors at Humberston Academy where she worked as business director.
She joined the Humberston Avenue school 12 years ago as personal assistant to the headteacher before being promoted.
Principal Brian Sarahan regarded her as a much-loved and valued colleague and friend.
Former chairman of governors at Humberston, Wendy Bagnall, and husband Brian, wrote: "Lynne was such a lovely person and will be deeply missed.
"The school will not seem the same place without her friendly and efficient presence but she will not be forgotten. God Bless Lynne."
The school will close on the day of Mrs Dring's funeral, the date of which is yet to be announced.
The driver was a 20-year-old Cleethorpes man.
He was not injured in the collision.
Humberside Police are still investigating the circumstances of the collision and ask witnesses who saw the car or Mrs Dring immediately prior to, or at the time of, the incident, to contact the non-emergency number 101 and quote incident number 467 of January 9.