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"We Love Him To The Moon And Back"

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8:04am 22nd February 2013
(Updated 8:04am 22nd February 2013)

The wife of a biker who died in a crash in Penzance says she has lost her best friend, soul mate and the love of her life.

Portreath dad-of-three Antony Underwood collided with a car last Saturday.

The forty year old's family say they "love him to the moon and back - a million, trillion times."

Rebecca Underwood wrote: "On Saturday 16th February, I lost my best friend, my soul mate, the love of my life, Tony Underwood. Words cannot describe how my family and I are feeling inside and I cannot imagine life without him.

"We love him to the moon and back a million trillion times; he will be missed always and forever. He was a loving husband, dad, grandad, son and son-in-law; a very special person to all that had the pleasure of meeting him. We love you so much Tony and always will. Sleep tight, you truly were a top geezer xxxxx
 
“Your loving wife Becks, your children Ethan, Ocean and Jess, your grandchildren Summer Brooke and Alyssa."
8:04am 22nd February 2013

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