Family tributes to Plymouth man Nathan, 20, who died in bike crash
The family of a Plymouth man who died when the bike he was being carried on crashed have today paid tribute to their "loving, gentle, caring" son.
Nathan Quinton John Kendall died on November 6 when the bike on which he was a pillion passenger crashed in Alexandra Road, Mutley.
His family has today issued a tribute.
They said: "Our precious youngest son Nathan was tragically taken from us on Tuesday, 6th November at 7am.
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"Since Nathan came into our lives he has filled us all with laughter, love and fun. Let alone the often challenging side to turn to, with his many school detentions and the lack of homework done, but that was our Nathan.
"He had many, many lovely qualities too, he was always very loving, gentle, funny, caring and extremely thoughtful especially towards myself and the family.
"His talents were endless too, he was an accomplished dancer and had appeared in three professional pantos as a child, he had also won two drama scholarships at the Italia Conte Theatre School.
"As a teenager Nathan decided he wanted to follow in both his older brothers' footsteps and become an electrical fitter.
"The day that he heard his dream had become a reality and that he had been offered a position as an electrical apprentice with Babcock Marine, he tore through the house like a dervish with excitement.
"Nathan will be loved and missed forever and forgotten never by his broken-hearted, loving family.
"Goodnight and God bless our handsome son, brother Nathan.
"We will all love you always and we will never get over losing you."