The family of a north-east man killed in a motorbike crash yesterday have said he will be in their ‘hearts and minds forever’.
John Ogston, 54, known as Jocky, from the Banff area, died following a road traffic collision on the A947 at Plaidy on Thursday.
His wife Lesley said: “Jocky was born in his leathers, and motorcycles have been a huge part of his life since he was 16 years of age. He loved his current job at Fisher Offshore in Oldmeldrum and helped out in the evenings at Lesley’s bakery in Whitehills.
“His whole family is absolutely devastated at the loss of Oor Jocky who had a big heart and forced everyone around him not to take life too seriously. His many friends and family will know what a great loss to the world he will be but he will be in our hearts and minds forever.”
Family pay tribute to Banff man killed in motorbike crash