Family tribute to 'dearly loved' Bagshot husband killed in Ascot crash just after wedding anniversary

Family have paid an emotional tribute to a Bagshot man who died after a crash with an HGV in Ascot. Tom Oldman died on Wednesday (January 29) when his car was involved in a collision on the A332 Swinley Road just after 10.30am. The 35-year-old had recently celebrated his two-year wedding anniversary with his wife, Lucy, before he was killed in the incident.

In a touching tribute issued through Thames Valley Police on Sunday (February 2), his family described him as “a dearly loved husband, son and brother”. It continues to say that Mr Oldman was “extremely sociable” and a “cherished member of his church”, which was Christchurch in Woking.

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The full tribute reads: “Tom and his wife Lucy had just celebrated their two year wedding anniversary. “He was a dearly loved husband, son and brother. “Tom was an incredibly loving friend who was extremely sociable, and a cherished member of his church, Christchurch in Woking.

“The community in which Tom lived will deeply miss his brilliant banter, his quick wit, and the kindness and generosity he showed for those in need.

“Tom’s friendship and love touched the lives of many, and his absence has left a huge void in our lives.”

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