Megan Thornton: Was There An Accident? Exeter Coreus Group Twitter Tribute
Twitter has been used to spread claims suggesting Megan Thornton might have been involved in an accident.
She was killed at the 23rd the 31st of July, on a Sunday in a tragic crash within the Coreus Group, the place she previously worked as an assistant promoting supervisor and marketing and advertising supervisor.
She earned her master’s degree at the University of Exeter and obtained praise at Exeter, Bristol, and London for her work. She worked so hard every day.
While the report from the police investigation hasn’t yet been made public however there are reports that she died on the spot of the incident, despite how fast she was transported to the hospital where she was declared dead. The scene of the accident is believed to be under investigation by authorities, and the motive behind the incident and the investigation’s decision are not yet known.
Megan loved her work with Coreus and was able to take good private satisfaction from her work and in the company’s success. Megan is grateful to everyone’s assistance and love. The household member who is her mother Paul Thornton acknowledged that they’re suffering intense pain.
Megan was a glittering spot, and we’re sure be sad to lose her. Ellie Bird, one different coworker offered her condolences to all and especially to her family during this time of sorrow. She was kind, humorous taking part, kind and dedicated to her work. She was always going beyond and above the notion of accountability.
The entire Coreus staff was shocked as was Chief Executive Officer Andrew Clancy, who moreover said that he wished Megan realized how much of many of us valued and loved her. We’re so regretful for the loss of Paul, Jacqueline, and Sophie’s beloved daughters and sisters. We admire your strength and patience as we move on from this tragic incident as we are shocked. Meg has been Coreus from the inside out.
A coworker of hers said, “We hope we can carry on the legacy you created here, which has positively touched our lives with Megan.”
We are experiencing pain. It will be a difficult time for all of us. According to the LinkedIn website page of the Company Megan was employed at, “Please be patient with us as we come to terms with life in Coreus without Megan.”