The family of Inverkeithing man Alex Muirhead, who died following a road crash on Friday have paid tribute to their "dearly devoted father" and "loving husband".
His wife, Cathi, said: “Alex was a devoted father to Lee and Greg and dearly loved husband to me. He was also a loving son to Betty and brother to Sharon.
“Over the past couple of years Alex had been heavily involved with the local Air Training Cadets and its extended family.
“He will be missed by his workmates at Havelock Europa in Kirkcaldy.
“Our thought and prayers go out to the family of the passenger who had been traveling to work with him and stayed with Alex until he was airlifted to Edinburgh Royal Infirmary.
“Words cannot explain the thanks Alex's family would like to say to the various staff at the hospital and police who looked after him and the family.”
The accident occurred on the morning of Friday 27th April, when the Ford Focus driven by Alex Muirhead (55) collided with a Ford Transit van, on the B9157 (known locally as the Orrock Quarry Road) near to Cuddyknowes Cottages.
Chief Inspector Brenda Sinclair, Head of Road Policing for Fife Constabulary, said: "Investigations are ongoing to establish the cause of the accident and I would appeal to anyone in the area at the time who may have witnessed the accident or seen a blue Ford Focus or a white Transit van around 7am Friday morning to contact us on 0845 600 5702."