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Wednesday, March 13, 2013
THE family of a popular police and community support officer (PCSO) who died in a road crash have paid tribute to her as a “wonderful wife and caring mother”.
Mother-of-four Sandi Greenacre was described by her loved ones as “the epitomy glamour” who “liked to believe she was the 21st Century’s answer to Marilyn Monroe”.
The 51-year-old is thought to have been on her way to work in Hunstanton when her red Peugeot 107 was in collision with a black Peugeot 206 on the A149, near the Dersingham roundabout, on Monday (March 11).
She had already been described by Hunstanton Inspector Debbie Gunnill as a “valued and well-liked member of the Hunstanton team” whose “bubbly personality” would be missed.
In a statement released by Norfolk Police, her family said: “Sandi Greenacre was a wonderful wife, caring mother of four and stepmother to two.
“She knew how to entertain a crowd with her larger than life personality and quick witted sense of humour and her presence often captivated all those around her.”
They added that she was the “life and soul of any party” and was a “very popular person” who loved to get dressed up for a night out.
“She always believed in living life to the fullest and there was certainly never a dull moment if you were lucky enough to be around her,” the family said.
“She was a proud member of Norfolk Constabulary and has made a long lasting impact on all those she came into contact with.
“She took pride in every aspect of her life and we will continue to make her proud each day.
“To all those who knew her, she would want us to raise a double brandy in her memory and celebrate the life she had shared with us all.
“Her friends and family will miss her deeply.”
Terrorism returned to the streets of London today as two suspected Muslim fanatics butchered a man in broad daylight in the name of “Allah”.
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