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Community pays beautiful tributes to 'whirlwind of energy and enthusiasm' Fizza Ahmed who was found dead

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Grieving friends and family have paid a beautiful tribute to Fizza Ahmed, a Didsbury woman who was found dead last month. They say she was a ‘hero’.

Fizza Tazeen Ahmed went missing on March 3 this year, and was sadly found dead four days later. Now, numerous friends, colleagues, and family members have paid tribute to her. “In Fizza's unexpected passing, I lost not just my sister, my best friend, but also my colleague at The Dentists of Didsbury,” a statement from her sister Nazish Ahmed said. “She was instrumental in ensuring the smooth running of the practice as well as being our health and safety lead. READ MORE:Woman instantly gets £125 added to her bank account using 5-minute Martin Lewis tip “She was akin to a Duracell bunny: a whirlwind of energy and enthusiasm, always ready and willing to tackle any task — this even included refreshing the paint work inside the practice when we were closed for seasonal breaks. "She was a hero — on two separate occasions, returning from her lunch break having been the first responder to a man suffering a heart attack at the wheel in the car park of our neighbouring Tesco Parrs Wood; as well as assisting victims involved in a serious road traffic accident on Wilmslow Road. “Her easy and incredibly compassionate manner enabled her to quickly build a rapport with our patients, instantly making them feel at ease – a selection of tributes left for her on her memorial page by some of our patients are testament to this.” A former colleague, Dr Alasdair Honeyman, a GP from Moss Side branch of the Longsight Medical Practice, also said she was ‘so full of delight and passion’.

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