Katie Clutterbuck was killed after being hit by a car on Bath Road in Cheltenham
4:11pm Thursday 19th September 2013 in News
THE family of 19-year-old Katie Clutterbuck who died after being hit by a car on Bath Road, Cheltenham over the weekend have thanked the community for their support.
They said: “We would like to thank everyone for their kind words, flowers, gifts and support.
“Our beautiful Katie has been taken from us too soon and words cannot express how much it hurts and words cannot express how much it hurts to breathe. It feels like a part of ourselves has died. Our world has been shattered and no words could ever begin to describe the pain, sorrow and grief we are suffering. Katie is our little angel and she will never be replaced.
“Katie was beautiful, happy and playful girl who had a loving heart. Katie touched people's lives in ways that no other could. Her eyes were bluer than any ocean and her smile shone brighter than any star.
“Katie was our world and our little princess, she always said 'happy girls are the prettiest girls', a happy, pretty girl she certainly was.
“On behalf of the family, we would like to thank Frankie and Benny's Gloucester for kindly hosting a celebratory evening for Katie's family and friends following the funeral service. Frankie and Benny's was Katie's favourite place to eat and she spent a lot of time there each week with her friends and family. We know that she would be truly touched and overwhelmed with the amount of support they have provided.”