Fakenham businessman man found dead
Richard Parr A well-known Fakenham businessman was found dead early today at his home on the outskirts of the town.Chris Mundy , who had business interests in Fakenham's Courtesy Cabs taxi firm, was found at his home in the village of Great Ryburgh.
A well-known Fakenham businessman was found dead at home early yesterday.
Chris Mundy, who had business interests in Fakenham's Courtesy Cabs taxi firm, was found at his home in the village of Great Ryburgh.
Police and emergency services were called at about 7.50am.
A Norfolk police spokesman said there were no suspicious circumstances, the coroner was being informed and an inquest would be held.
It is understood Mr Mundy, in his early 50s, came to Fakenham from the Swindon area.
- 1 New art gallery set to open in market town
- 2 Work under way to stabilise 'carbuncle' property
- 3 Men fined more than £600 for fishing illegally
- 4 Motorcyclist in his 60s dies after crash in west Norfolk
- 5 Plans for jubilee celebrations in Wells revealed
- 6 Queen's Platinum Jubilee flypast rehearses over Norfolk
- 7 Estate bringing back Feast in the Park with local street food traders
- 8 Ladies to take centre stage at Fakenham Races season finale
- 9 PICTURES: The best-dressed punters at Fakenham Ladies Day
- 10 'It feels normal again' - why it's so glorious to be back at the races
At one time he and his former wife, Mary, were involved in running the Coffee Pot café on Bridge Street, close to the taxi base.
They had two children - an elder son, Brendan, and a teenage daughter, Harriet.
Louis Brown, of Fakenham, who worked for Mr Mundy for more than five years, described his former boss as a "generous and kind man who thought the world of his children".
He said that in his younger days Mr Mundy was a talented footballer.