Moving tributes have been posted online to a teacher from Doncaster who was found dead in bed on Friday. Lewis Siddall, 24, was allegedly assaulted at the VDKA bar in the town centre shortly beforehand. A twenty-two year old has been arrested on suspicion of murder and released on police bail.
Tributes to the teacher at Copley Junior School in Sprotbrough have been posted on a special Facebook page set up in his memory.
Rip Lewis you will be sadly missed but never forgotten. You are such a star. God only takes the good ones and always will. You are now at rest and we are all thinking about you.
Weiss can not describe how you will be missed. You was such a kind and caring lad and still will be up in heaven. You will be with us all where every you are and looking down on us all.
"Such devastating news, my heart goes out to his family and friends. A massive loss to Copley School where Lewis was a highly respected teacher. His gentle nature, sense of fun, energy and enthusiasm made my daughters enjoy every lesson with him and look forward to the next... So sad now. Thank you Mr Siddall.
All the children loved you Lewis RIP there is no justice in the world x
"My daughter described him as 'like a dad' on their school residential, when they returned. High praise indeed. Mr Siddall had to cope with all the bags of medication that accompanies her everywhere and I'm a total control freak about it all. He told me that it was his job to look after her and I mustn't worry - with a calm and caring way of someone much older. A total credit to his family- and the truth is, after that, I didn't worry knowing she was in his care. A delightful and kind young man."
I just wanna say it was a pleasure to be teached by this guy he honestly was a really good guy so rip mate
"What a sad loss of such a nice guy. My thoughts and prayers are for Mr. Siddalls family and friends during these testing times. Mr. Siddall was my sons favourite teacher at Copley school and shared his passion for Man Utd. What a great loss to many." R.I.P
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