North Kesteven School teacher dies
Roy Hazlehurst an art teacher at North Kesteven School near Lincoln, has died.
Mr Hazlehurst, 57, died on August 20, three weeks after being diagnosed with cancer.
He had worked at the school for 35 years, and 10 years as assistant head.
Headteacher Mr Martin Connor said: "We would like to dedicate these fantastic GCSE results to the memory of Roy Hazlehurst who tragically died this week folowing a short illness.
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"All the school are deeply saddened at the news, our thoughts and prayers are with his family."
His wife also works at NK as a PE teacher and an assistant head.
Pupils and former students have been leaving tributes.
Bryony Hinnigan, 35, was taught by Mr Hazlehurst for GCSE Art between 1989-94.
She said: "He was the loveliest teacher, so nice, kind and patient but he'd have a good laugh.
"If you did something stupid he'd always have something funny to say and could be your best friend as well as your teacher."
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