By | November 16, 2021
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Jay Harper Death – Jay Harper Of Scunthorpe, United Kingdom, has reportedly died unexpectedly leaving family and friends in grief and despair. Different posts were shared on social to announce Jay Harper’s demise on Monday, November 15, 2021. Family, friends and loved ones are saddened by this news as they mourn Jay’s passing.

Jay Harper was described in a Facebook post by a friend, Connor Tubz Barker as a person with huge smile on his face and very jovial with a good sense of humor. Someone who loved to lighten up a sad mood and make the fun out of it. Connor also shared some of the best memories they had when they6 played for TRINITY FC. Jay will be dearly missed by his loved ones. He was the beloved husband of Carly and devoted father of three kids.

Jay Harper was an alumnus of North Lindsey College where he earned a Btech degree in Sports Diploma, a former Warehouse Operative at Saferoad and Warehouse Worker at Omega Steel Limited before his death. He also worked at DHL. A GoFundMe page with account £1,400 raised of £3,000 goal has been created by Brad Dixon of Scunthorpe, United Kingdom to help support Carly and Jay’s kids through this difficult time of the sad loss. Jay Harper Obituary will be announced by the family.
Shared tributes on Jay Harper’s death
Chris Ruscoe – “Jay Harper 😔 absolutely devastated to hear about Jay, condolences to his family,
Shocked isn’t the word to be honest , I don’t know the whole works but I wish he spoke to someone if he had problems. Devastated 😢
Just shows people can suffer quietly and hide inside , anyone needs a chat dms always open.
RIP 🙏 Great Man.”
Matthew Shaw – “RIP Jay Harper you will be missed by alot of people my thought go out to your family and friends”.
Connor Tubz Barker – “RIP Jay Harper I’m shook to the core what a fantastic guy you were, we were always having a laugh working at Abacus then you coming out and terrorising me when I was working the doors, you’ll be missed my friend rest easy.”
Richard Barnes – “R.I.P Jay Harper. You touched so many lives in what can only be described as in a very positive way, always the guy with a huge smile on your face and a very jovial sense of humour. You would lighten any room up.
Some of our best memories were playing for TRINITY FC especially being our team physio for our cup final “running up and down that touch line in your fluorescent yellow jersey”
It’s hard to think what has just happened and the pain your family and friends will now be going through. You was an amazing dad full of love for your kids and loved by all. May you rest in peace my friend.
Photo Credit; David Ibbotson