Emma Cameron, 27, from Oldmeldrum, died by Aberdeen Royal Infirmary last Friday after being cut free from the wreckage of her car after colliding with a HGV cement mixer on the A947 at its junction with the A920 near Oldmeldrum.
Her bereaved family today issued a tribute to the travel consultant who had been “loved by everyone” who knew her.
A family spokesperson said: “Emma was born on 12 September, 1985, and for 22 years lived in the Renfrewshire village of Kilbarchan with her parents and brother Peter. After graduating from Strathclyde University in Glasgow with a BA honours degree in history, she lived and worked as a tour guide in Berlin, before becoming a tour manager travelling all around Europe. She returned to the UK and moved to Aberdeen in January 2010 to join STA as a travel consultant. Her most recent employment was with Gyrodata.”
The statement continued: “Emma met James, her fiancé, two years ago. They moved into a cottage in Old Meldrum last month and were due to be married in August 2014. Emma had many interests including travel; reading; current affairs; art; listening to music and playing the piano. Emma travelled extensively both personally and professionally, made many friends and was loved by everyone.”