Glen Kitchens Book of Condolence

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The Worksop Guardian has opened a Book of Condolence for 40-year-old Glen Kitchens who sadly died after an incident in Bridge Street in Worksop on Saturday.

To sign the book, email us with your condolences at newsroom@worksop-guardian.co.uk.

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“Glen you will be missed so much through my office, not coming in with your whit and making us all smile and laugh, you were such a gentle and happy person, my heart goes out to your family at this very sad time, I will remember you forever.”

Fiona Richardson

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“Rest in peace Glen. Love to all of your family & friends at such a difficult time. xx”

Helen Brentnall

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“RIP Glen. A lovely decent guy.”

C Harrison

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“Glen I still cant believe you have been taken soo young, and in such tragic circumstances :’( I’m still in shock! We will miss seeing your face, you were a great person who im sure will be sadly missed, Rip Hun, the angels will watch over you now. Sending Love to all of your family at such a difficult time.”

Karlene and Becky xxx

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“RIP Glen, taken too soon, God bless!”

Jason Dent and family

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“Such a terrible and tragic loss, taken far to soon RIP Glen. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends at this difficult time.”

Tracy & Sarah xx

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“Sending our wishes to glens family at this sad time. Words can not express how sad this is. RIP glen. X”

Sarah M Tyrrell

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“Rip Glen you will be missed by so many people thoughts are with your family at such a difficult time.”

Jamie Booth

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“Glen, can’t believe this has happened. You were a kind decent guy whose heart was in the right place. And my Gatecrasher clubbing buddy for many years, Treasured Memories. Rest In Peace.”

Mike Scott

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“Glen, I only knew you for a short while, but you made me smile every day with your jokes and nipping home to put your chips in. My love and condolences to the family.”

Jo Sanders

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“Rest in peace Glen, my thoughts are with your loved ones at this awful time xx”

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“Glen, I hadn’t seen you for 13+ years but the terrible news comes as enormous shock. I always looked back at you as a great, funny & happy person & loved the whity banter we exchanged, the memories of our Gatecrasher days will never die. My thoughts & prayers are with your loved ones at this terrible time. R.I.P Glen. x”

Lee Gray

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“What a tragedy a great bloke taken far to soon thoughts are with your family.”

Julia Markiewicz

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“Thoughts go out to family and friends I really hope the right justice is served . R.I.P glen x”

Dale Roberts and Julie Codd

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“A golden heart stopped beating,

Hard working hands at rest,

God broke our hearts to prove,

He only takes the best.”

“Another tragic loss of a young life, known the kitchens family for many years. My thoughts are with them all at this very sad time. “

Rebecca Reynolds & family

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“Such sad news R.I.P.Glen I knew you when you worked on the post you were such a nice lad always had a smile and always made us laugh ...thoughts go out your family and friends x”

Jackie Bradford

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“I only met you a few times, I could tell you were a kind, gentle and warm person, a life cut short in such tragic circumstances, the question that all ask is why the good are taken early, my heart felt sympathies to all family and friends, R.I.P Glen x”

Dave, Kailie and all

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“My thoughts are with the family and friends at this sad time. Glen, you always had time to chat, and you will be so greatly missed. You was taken away from your family so early in life. But when we see the bright star in the sky at night we will think of you Glen. Rest in Peace xxx”

Love from your old neighbours, Ericka, Alan, Melanie and Rachel

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“Rest in peace Glen. Knew you at school and you were a good lad. Deepest sympathy to your family and sincerely hope justice is served for you being taken too soon.xx”

Gail Hopson

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“What a tragedy, always polite you were taken too soon”

Jan Marriott

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