Tributes for young family men

31 Dec, 2003 10:00 PM

TRIBUTES poured in last week following the triple fatality car crash on the Coorow-Latham Road which claimed the lives of Todd King, Paul Jefferys and Victoria Cadee.

Todd who was the Landmark merchandise manager at Coorow and Paul, who was based with Summit Fertilisers in Coorow, were on their way to the Header Muster in Perenjori on December 19.

Perth-based Victoria was on a six-week placement with Co-operative Bulk Handling and was staying with relatives near Carnamah.

Landmark network manager Howard Richardson said both Todd and Paul were cheerful guys who got the job done.

³They had a big focus on family and were an important part of the community in which they lived,² he said.

³Todd had moved to Coorow from Morawa and was doing very well.²

Paul had been the IAMA/Wesfarmers Landmark branch manager before joining Summit Fertilisers more than two years ago.

Mr Richardson acknowledged the support that the Coroow and surrounding communities had offered Todd and Paul¹s families.


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