Family pay tribute to Sarah-Jane Blackburn, 42, who died following a road traffic collision on the A3102 on Sunday 2 June.
Although Mrs Blackburn has not been formally identified due to the extent of her injuries, her family has given Wiltshire Police permission to release her details.
Mrs Blackburn’s husband, Mark Blackburn, said: "Sarah was dear to our hearts. She was much loved, cherished and appreciated.
"She was always willing to help anyone and would do anything in her power to make the people around her happy. She will always be a happy beat in our hearts and sadly missed always and forever."
The family has also asked that the media respect their privacy and asked not to be contacted in any way.
Wiltshire Police continue to seek witnesses to the hit and run which killed Mrs Blackburn.
In a statement press officer Scott McPherson, writes: Wiltshire Police would like to thank the dozens of witnesses who have come forward following the fatal road traffic collision in Royal Wootton Bassett and ask for any more to come forward.
At approximately 11pm on Sunday 2nd June 2013 the body of a woman was found lying in the Royal Wootton Bassett bound lane of the A3012 at the junction with Stoneover Lane.
The woman had received extensive head injuries and was pronounced dead at the scene.
The victim’s family has been informed, but due to the extent of her injuries, formal identification may take weeks.
The victim was local to the Royal Wootton Bassett area and was in her 40’s.
Officers at Wiltshire Police’s Serious Collision Investigation Team believe this woman was struck by a vehicle which has failed to stop.
Inspector Steven Cox, head of Roads Policing at Wiltshire Police said: "I would like to thank every person who has come forward with information following this incident – the information they have provided has already proved invaluable.
"What I am now urging is that anyone who was in this area – especially on the A3102 heading towards Royal Wootton Bassett between 10.30pm and 11pm on Sunday evening, to contact us immediately. The smallest amount of information might prove vital.
"We believe this woman was struck by a vehicle which has then failed to stop at the scene. It is possible that the driver of this vehicle might not have realised they have hit anything or might have thought they had struck an animal.
"If you think you may have been involved in this collision, it is imperative that you contact Wiltshire Police or Crimestoppers immediately."
The road was closed for 8 hours while officers from the Wiltshire Police Serious Collision Investigation Team investigated the scene.
The Collision Team would like to hear from anyone who was using the A3102 in the Stoneover Lane area between 10.30pm and 11pm on Sunday 2nd June whether they believe they have information or not.
The Collision Team can be contacted on 101 extension 720 3111 or via Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 where information can be left anonymously.