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Tributes paid to Dundonian architectural assistant Euan Wright

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October 11 2012

Tributes paid to Dundonian architectural assistant Euan Wright
Tributes have been paid to Dundonian architectural assistant Euan Wright who died whilst photographing the George Wood Anderson Observation Shelter, near Stonehaven, which he designed.

Reports suggest Wright, who was only 30 and a keen hillwalker, slipped on a clifftop path whilst documenting the completed structure on Saturday. His body was later found on Tuesday following a police search.

Graham Lumby, managing director of Bell Ingram Design, where Wright worked, led tributes saying: “Euan was a tremendously talented designer who had so much potential still to fulfil. His commitment to design and architecture was exemplified by his work for the RSPB.

"This was an interest he shared in both his personal and professional life.Our thoughts are with his family at this difficult time."

Grampian Police are treating the death as unexplained but there are not thought to be any suspicious circumstances.


Wright's body was discovered on the coastline on Tuesday
Wright's body was discovered on the coastline on Tuesday

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