Jo Seaward Death – Jo Seaward, Westminster Community Primary School teacher passed away. Westminster Community Primary School announced her death today, June 12, 2023. She was described as a very enthusiastic woman who was full of energy, and she contributed a great deal of herself to the community of her school. Not only will her absence be felt by the students in her class, but also by those in the rest of Westminster Primary School and the Weaver Trust.
Jo Seaward passed away
Westminster Community Primary School posted on that “with great sadness, we report that our lovely teacher, Jo Seaward, has passed away. Her loss will be felt, not only in her class, but throughout Westminster Primary School and Weaver Trust. She gave so much of herself to her school family and was always full of enthusiasm and energy. Weaver Trust are here to listen to, and support all children, colleagues and the wider Westminster community through this difficult time. Our thoughts and love are particularly with her husband, daughter, parents, wider family and friends.”
Following her death, the school will be providing emotional support to the students at the school, and a condolence book will be available for people to leave their thoughts, memories, and well-wishes for Jo’s family. Condolences are been sent to the family members and the entire Westminster Community Primary School located on John St, Ellesmere Port CH65 2ED, United Kingdom.
A specialized team was able to retrieve the body of a man who was 44 years old from the River Dee. Yesterday afternoon, in response to reports that a guy was in the river along the section of water that runs through The Groves in Chester, emergency services such as the police, the firefighters, and the paramedics descended on the area. Today, and Cheshire Police have confirmed that the operation ended with the body of a man being taken from the river, the search and rescue mission was called off. Officers report that his relatives have been notified, and the investigation into his death is not being treated as suspicious by the force.
A search effort was initiated, and the road that is located next to the river was closed off as a result. This was reported by CheshireLive. Along with the five fire engines, the Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service also despatched a rescue boat unit to the location. Two of the fire engines came from Chester, while the other three came from Ellesmere Port, Powey Lane, and Lymm.
Jo Seaward obituary and funeral arrangements will be released by family members
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