Ipswich: Boss leads tributes to employee Paul after tragedy in park
TRIBUTES have been paid to a “hardworking and well-liked” man who was found dead in an Ipswich park.
Paul Chambers, of Charlton Avenue, Ipswich, was found dead in Christchurch Park on October 21.
Today, Graeme Kalbraier, managing director of Call Connection, paid tribute to Mr Chambers, who worked in the company’s technical support team.
Mr Kalbraier said Mr Chambers was an “exemplary employee”.
He added: “All of Paul’s friends at Call Connection were very shocked and saddened to her of his untimely death.
“It is clearly a very difficult time for his wife, Louise, and his children, and our thoughts are with them and all of his family at this time.
“Paul was a very hard-working and well-liked member of staff, having worked in our technical support team for a number of years.
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“He was incredibly well-liked and an exemplary employee.
“He will be missed by all.”
Suffolk Constabulary and the East of England Ambulance Service were called to Christchurch Park after a member of the public found a body of a man in his 40s.
Police cordoned off an area close to Christchurch Mansion. Mr Chambers was pronounced dead at the scene.
The area was sealed off for more than two hours, so officers could carry out inquiries.
The death is not being treated as suspicious. The coroner opened and adjourned the case on October 25.
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