The family of a father-of-one who died suddenly on Sunday have paid tribute to their brother, cousin and life-long friend.
Dean Camlin, from Waringstown, was just 28-years-old.
His sister Dynika Camlin, posting on social media said: “Yesterday, I lost my big brother Dean Camlin. I wish this was a horrible nightmare I don’t know how I will go on; this pain is killing me, I will never be the same again.”
His cousin Lynsey Williamson posted: “Can’t believe I’m writing this, I don’t even know what to say! I’ve lost not only my cousin but a best friend.
“Always there for me, even when he’d his own stuff going on! All he wanted was to be a dad and always talked about what Arianna was getting up too and how she was growing and changing!
“I’m guna miss that funny wee laugh and just everything in general, we were so close and I’m guna be totally lost without you.”
Others offered their condolences and paid tributes to a “life long friend and absolute legend”.
A funeral notice for the 28-year-old said he was the much-loved son of Sheena and the late Daryl. Dear brother to Demi and Dynika. Loving father to Arianna.
Due to current restrictions, the family home and funeral will be private. No flowers please. Donations in lieu if desired, cheques payable to Cancer Focus N.I. c/o Ronnie Thompson Funeral Directors, 20 Ballinderry Road, Lisburn, BT28 1UF. Lovingly remembered and sadly missed. Safe in the arms of Jesus.
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