Tributes paid to bike crash Victim
The family of Stephen Allan Williams have paid tribute to their son who" lived life to the full and was the life and soul of the party."
52 year old Stephen Allan Willams died after his bike collided with a car on the A457 between Rhuddlan and Abergele just before 16.30 on Monday.
In a moving tribute to their son, Stephen's parents Allan and Sonya, his sister, Tracy, brothers, Rob and Gary. Stephen's sons, Craig and Paul said that he was full of fun and energy, everyone loved him, Stephen touched the lives of many, he will always be remembered as a fun loving lad and a friend to all.
His mother said: "We are originally from Liverpool but moved to Gronant when the children were young, Stephen and his brothers went to Prestatyn High School.
"With lots of friends and family in the area, Stephen was always over here visiting, his nickname was ‘Steve Scouse' and a lot of people will know him as that. Stephen will be sadly missed.
"He joined the Merchant Navy when he left school and worked on Shell shipping tankers. He left there when he met his wife and he moved to live in Oldham."
His father Allan, said that Stephen was his motor cycling buddy and he often used to drive to Dyserth, from his home in Rossendale and the two of them would go out riding together.
"He loved his motorbikes and had been riding since he was 15 years. He owned three bikes and was a very experienced motorcyclist. This weekend he drove over to Wales in his car, on Monday Stephen and his girl friend went off for a ride on my motor bike.