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Loving care worker killed 'for doing job she loved'

THE FAMILY of a care worker brutally murdered earlier this week while supporting vulnerable patients said they are "shocked" by the horrific circumstances of her death.

The body of Jenny Foote, 38, of Craven Park, of Harlesden, was found at an address in Acton. A postmortem found she died from a serious head injury.

The non-residential property in Perryn Road, west London, is believed to be a support centre for people with mental health disabilities.

A man has appeared in court charged with her murder.

In a statement, her family said: "It comes as a shock to find that someone like Jenny could be killed in such horrific circumstances for doing the job she loved, caring for vulnerable people.

"Jenny was aware of the risks in her chosen occupation, nonetheless she carried out her work with dedication, compassion, love and understanding for those less fortunate then herself.

"Jenny always greeted you with a smile and had a calming and placid nature about her. She was loved by all her family and friends and her absence will be like a hole in our hearts."

Outside of work, Jenny was a person "who always saw the good in people", and had a passion for fine art, her family said.

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