The family of a man who died after running the London Marathon said they are "overwhelmed" by the donations that have been made in his honour.
In a statement issued by organisers of the marathon, Robert Berry's family said they were overwhelmed by the heartfelt messages and contributions to the National Osteoporosis Society, adding:
We are devastated and shocked by the events of Sunday and cannot believe that he is no longer with us to share in our lives and laughter.
He will be greatly missed by his family, friends and work colleagues – a fun-loving and caring person, respected, loyal and very much loved by us all.
He was a loving husband to Gwen and an amazing father to his two children and will remain forever in their hearts.
Rob was a loyal and loving son to Alan and Ann and a fantastic, caring brother to his younger sister Janet who always looked up to him.
Rob will be a great loss to our family.
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