A man has died after a horrific fire at a home in Cheshire only two weeks after it took the life of his fiancée, as his heartbroken relatives believe they are reunited eternally.
Kieran Naylor, 33, died on Boxing Day after spending two weeks in serious condition in hospital following a fire at their house on Delph Lane in Daresbury in the early hours of December 12.
Rebecca Foster, Mr Naylor’s partner, died from her wounds on December 13, leaving him struggling for his life at Whiston Hospital.
Mr Naylor’s family said the pair had been reunited and will always be in their hearts, in a heartwarming tribute.
Mr. Naylor died on Monday at 8:45 p.m. The reason for the fire is being investigated, although it is not suspected to be suspicious, according to Cheshire Police.
Words cannot explain how profoundly grieved and devastated they are to have lost Kieran, his family added. Nothing will ever be the same again in their life.
Kieran was the finest son, brother, and uncle anybody could have asked for, and he will be dearly missed by all who had the privilege of knowing him.
Kieran and Rebecca are now permanently together, and they will live on in their hearts.
They would like to thank all who helped Kieran and Rebecca after the fire and request that they be allowed to grieve in peace at this time.
Rebecca was a kind and compassionate daughter, and her loss has totally torn their lives apart, stating a prior tribute on behalf of Rebecca’s family.
She and Kieran were the perfect match, and they planned to spend the rest of their lives together, yet regrettably, their wishes will never come true.
They would like to thank all who attempted to assist Rebecca and Kieran on the night of the fire for their attempts and would appreciate it if they could be allowed to grieve in peace at this terrible time.
Emily Murrell, a close friend of Ms Foster, posted a tribute today, saying, absolutely sad news today…. Kie’s feelings for her were so great that he couldn’t fight another day without her. They are now and forever shall be together. Fly high together, angels.