Tribute to Motorcyclist Who Died in Road Collision

The family of David Frederic Perron, who sadly died in a road traffic collision in Bix, near Henley-on-Thames, on Sunday (15/9) have released the following tribute.

On Sunday 15 September 2019, David Frederic Perron, loving son and dear friend passed away at the age of 49 in a tragic motorbike accident.

David was born in France on the 5 December 1969 and lived in Clermont Ferrand. He was educated at the catering school of Chamalieres and Yzeure.

In 1990, he moved to the UK and worked in many establishments, including Ye Olde Bell Hurley, The Copper Inn Pangbourne, The Bird in Hand, Knowl Hill, and the Royal Standard of England, Beaconsfield as head chef.

As a talented head chef, David enjoyed good food, fine wine and sharing his knowledge of this with his friends.

David loved life, his family and his friends. His sense of humour was second to none and he loved to make people laugh.

He was a kind and generous person who loved rugby, supporting his home town team ASM Clermont Auvergne.

David is survived by his mother, extended family, Godchildren and close friends, both here and in France.

His funeral will be held in his home town Chamalieres.

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