Jack was Tony and Sabrina’s ‘beloved son’, was a loving brother of Kayleigh, T.J., and Olivia, and a ‘darling grandson’ of Jimmy, Donna Edgar, and Siobhan
Tributes have been pouring in following the death of a “talented young man” who passed away suddenly after Christmas.
Jack Edgar, from the Carnhill in Derry, has been described as a “kind and gentle boy”, following his passing on Tuesday, December 27.
Jack was Tony and Sabrina’s ‘beloved son’, was a loving brother of Kayleigh, T.J., and Olivia, and a ‘darling grandson’ of Jimmy, Donna Edgar, and Siobhan.
Hundreds of tributes across the city flooded in for Mr. Edgar, including one from St Brigid’s Primary & Nursery School who said: “It is with great sadness that we hear of the death of our past pupil Jack Edgar.
“We offer our sincere condolences to his mum Sabrina, a member of our staff, her husband Tony, Kayleigh, TJ & Olivia & wider family circle. May Jack rest in peace.”
A member of Strike Martial Arts Academy, the club said Jack was a “talented young lad with many friends”.
They added: “It is with great sadness we have learned of the death of a much-loved club member Jack Edgar.
“Thoughts and condolences go to Sabrina, Tony and the wider circle of the Edgar family
“A talented young lad with many friends in the club, you will be sorely missed, Jack”.
Jack worked at Premiair Refrigeration and Air Conditioning, and in the days after his death, a spokesperson for the company said he had “quickly stolen our hearts”.
hey said: “Our hearts are very sore at Premiair Refrigeration and Air Conditioning as we mourn the loss of our much-loved colleague and friend Jack Edgar.
“Such a kind and gentle boy who never once complained about anything, he just got on with it.
“He was good-looking and just had a beautiful energy, he was quite shy and could be easily embarrassed, but that was Jack and he would just laugh it off.
“He had passed his driving test earlier this year and was so proud to be given his own van to go out to work on his own.
“We were delighted to see him pushing on and pursuing his career as a Refrigeration and Air Conditioning engineer.
“I remember him beaming with pride each time he brought in a job sheet from a job he’d completed alone.
He had just recently passed a number of exams in his final year and again he was so proud, as were we.
“He was a brilliant engineer and a highly valued member of our team.
“Everyone loved Jack, he was one of a kind, we do have many fond memories of him and we will keep them in our hearts forever.
“Thank you Jack for being you, many hearts are broken right now and you will never be forgotten. We love you