'Credit to humanity' Stephen Sutton remembered on the front pages

Stephen Sutton
Stephen Sutton, the plucky teenager who raised £3.5m before succumbing to bowel cancer. Photo: Twitter/@_StephensStory

Stephen Sutton, the 19-year-old who raised £3.5m for the Teenage Cancer Trust before he passed away yesterday, is remembered on a number of front pages.

Image_normal

Thursday's Sun - "You get one shot at life...make it count...you certainly did that, Stephen" #tomorrowspaperstoday http://t.co/EnNRd9O9fd

Bnoh7xliiaezxzp

Stephen died in his sleep from incurable metastatic bowel cancer during the early hours of May 14.

He spent his last years determined to complete his 46 point bucket list of experiences before he passed away.

The Daily Mirror heralded Stephen as "a credit to humanity".

The Daily Telegraph focused on the "pain and pride" of Stephen's mother, Jane.

My heart is bursting with pride but breaking with pain for my courageous, selfless, inspirational son who passed away peacefully in his sleep in the early hours of this morning.

– Jane Sutton
Image_normal

Thursday's Daily Telegraph front page - "Warning: no more than one glass of juice a day" #tomorrowspaperstoday http://t.co/uYll7E1jST

Bnn8ayjiqaauydt

And the Metro mourns Stephen's passing, but says "his spirit lives on".

*Good Morning Britain *have exclusive footage of Stephen during the last year of his incredible life.