PROUD parents are mourning the loss of their music-loving son who died in a motorbike crash.
James Haigh, 32, was riding his Suzuki motorbike on Huddersfield Road, Dewsbury, when he was in a collision with a car.
He was on his way to Richard Alan Engineering in Shaw Cross where he worked as a welder – a profession he excelled in from an early age, following in his father David’s footsteps.
David Haigh, of Salendine Nook, Huddersfield, said: “He was a good man. He gave people his time.
“He would go anywhere for anybody and sort problems out, and he was never selfish with his time. He was wonderful.”
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