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Ulverston death - family pays tribute to 'loving and kind father'

THE family of 23-year-old Aaran Sedgwick, whose body was found in Dragley Beck, Ulverston, have paid tribute to 'the most loving and kind father ever.'


Mr Sedgwick, from Beech Drive, Ulverston, was found on the evening of Saturday, December 15 after police, firefighters and paramedics were called out to the beck.

Aaran’s fiancé, Shannon, said: “Aaran was a shining light in all our lives, he brought so much happiness to my life and my children had the most loving and kind father ever. There is no one like Aaran, he smiled through all the bad times and supported and loved others through theirs. He will never be forgotten and will always be loved by his fiancé and kids - Shane, Marley, Jack and D'Angelo.”

Aaran’s mum Jenny said: “Aaran was the youngest lad, a great person, now at rest with Tina who is looking after him.”

Police are investigating his death on behalf of the coroner, but are not treating it as suspicious.

Fire and police staff were at the scene yesterday morning and a floral tribute had also been left on the riverbank near to where Mr Sedgwick was found.

Friends paid tribute to Mr Sedgwick online using social networking site Facebook.

Lianne Morgan said: “He was a legend. The nicest genuine man you could ever meet.

“Beloved boyfriend, best dad, brother, son and friend of the whole of Ulverston. Just a darling.”

Craig Mcphillips said: “Only the good die young, it’s just so backwards sometimes. Not a bad memory to be had by anyone.”

Cherolyn Kilburn said he was “such a lovely lad, so friendly and polite”.

She added: “His family are such nice people. My heart really goes out to them. I hope it gives them a little bit of comfort to know he was so highly thought of by so many people.”

Police are asking for anyone with information about the death to call PC Steve Johnston at Ulverston Police Station on 101.

Have your say

such a lovely lad whose life has ended all too soon, loving father,son,friend.fiance,you will be missed by many. r.i.p mate

Posted by anon on 20 December 2012 at 22:47

this is such sad sad news and such a big shock to ulvertson, aaren was such a kind and loyal guy to his family and all his friends, will be missed R,I,P

Posted by jason townsend on 19 December 2012 at 12:58

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