11:33AM, Thursday 01 December 2011
A poignant tribute has been paid to a Twyford man who was found dead in a Maidenhead street.
The body of Peter Moffatt, 34, was discovered near a multi-storey car park in Broadway, Maidenhead on Monday, November 14.
It is not known if he fell from the building but he had multiple injuries and police said his death was unexplained.
His partner Jamie Harris has described his 'beautiful sunny smile' and said he will be 'missed dearly'.
In a written tribute he said: "Pete was the most kind, caring and loving guy you could possible meet, he made me feel so complete and loved.
"I'm so proud to have known Pete in the short time we shared together.
"He was 32 and I was 19 when I first met him at Costa Coffee in Caversham on October 10, 2009 at 2pm. With his beautiful sunny smile I knew I had found the one and the age gap didn’t matter.
"Pete and I got our kitten Lily in January this year and she brought so much happiness to our relationship.
Mr Moffatt of Springfield Park was a keen Reading Football Club supporter and they attended many matches together.
Jamie said: "He was brought up in West Sussex by Brenda and Steve, his parents, fantastically well and my thoughts go out to them and his brother Chris.
"He is much loved and will be missed dearly by all his family."
He added: "I will always love you from the first day we met until my last breathe and beyond. I'll never ever forget the thing's you have done for me.
"So Pete, goodnight, god bless, the angels will be looking after you until we meet again one sunny day."
An inquest into Mr Moffatt's death was opened last week and adjourned until March 8 at Windsor Guildhall.
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