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Family's tribute to stabbed teacher From Worcester News

Teacher Ann Maguire, who was stabbed to death at her school this year, has been remembered as a "beautiful, dedicated and hard working individual" by her family on the eve of a memorial service for her.

Hundreds of people are expected to gather to remember the 61 year old, who died from multiple stab wounds following the attack "Buy Cheap Jintropin Online" at Corpus Christi Catholic College in Leeds in April as she taught a Spanish lesson.

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The many tributes which followed her death, the first killing of a teacher in a British school since the Dunblane massacre in 1996, brought comfort and solace to the family, he said.

The service will be led by Reverend Monsignor John Wilson, of the Catholic Diocese of Leeds, and organisers say it will be "a celebration of Mrs Maguire's life in song, on screen "Oxandrolone Powder India" and through words".

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Her daughter Emma, told the BBC: "I think what we took Masteron Subq away was that we have so many of our own stories and memories of mummy and we are so grateful people chose to share theirs."

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The couple have two grown up daughters professional dancer Emma, who has been a member of the Royal Ballet since 2002, and osteopath Kerry, who also trained as a ballerina.

Mrs Maguire also brought up two of her nephews Daniel and Andrew Poole as her own sons after her sister Eileen's death from cancer in 1986, aged 35.

The Ann Maguire Arts Education Fund has been set up in her memory to provide bursaries and funding for the enhancement and personal development of young people through music, drama, language and dance.