Tributes paid to 'special person' Lorna Clymo of Haworth

Lorna Clymo

Lorna Clymo

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A Haworth woman who died after plunging from a Keighley multi-storey car park has been described as “a very special person”.

A member of Lorna Clymo’s family has told how the professional carer was devoted to both her family and her elderly clients.

She said Lorna, 42, of North Street, had a loving, caring nature.

She added: “Lorna was a very special person with a radiant smile. She was popular and well liked by everyone who knew her.”

Tributes from friends and family poured into Lorna's Facebook page this week after she died last Saturday.

Lorna’s partner Mark Feather, writing on his own Facebook page, described her as his “gorgeous little soulmate”.

Police and paramedics were called on Saturday after Lorna was found in Hanover Street, beneath the Airedale Shopping Centre car park, at about 7.20am.

Lorna, a former student at Greenhead Grammar School, worked at Elmar HomeCare and had a son Josh.

She had a brother Tony and a sister Sharon.

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