Condolence books have been placed in Nottinghamshire County Council locations, so tributes can be left for John Stollery.
The 58-year-old social worker was killed in the Tunisia terror attack.
It is hard to summarise what kind of person John was, he was a dedicated social worker and was known to fight hard for the children and young people he supported.
"Many of his young people recognised how hard he worked for them and knew that they could rely and depend upon him at any time.
He was my social worker and the best one around. John made me realise that my dreams could become reality. For that, I am truly grateful.
John had worked at Nottinghamshire County Council for the past 33 years and for the last 16 years, was dedicated to working with children in care.
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Among those on board were Scott Chalkley, from Derby, his partner Sue Davey and Leicester couple Ray and Angela Fisher.
The five remaining bodies of British victims will be repatriated tomorrow.
West Midlands Ambulance Service gather for one minute of silence to remember those who died in Tunisia.
Our staff have observed a one minute silence in memory of those who died in Tunisia. In Lichfield, joined by military http://t.co/1hC62fKFqZ
Owen Richards - who survived last week's attack in Tunisia - is seen alongside his mother during the minute's silence at Walsall's stadium.
The attack claimed the lives of the 16-year-old's brother, uncle and grandfather.