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The family and partner of a man who died in Nuneaton has paid tribute to him.
Paramedics attended Mark Hoverd’s flat in James Diskin Court on Sunday (3 September) after he was found unconscious and badly injured. He was taken to hospital where he sadly died.
A recent post-mortem into his death proved to be inconclusive.
Paying tribute to the 57-year-old (pictured), his mum and brother said: “Mark was a loving, caring, and gentle person who was a much-loved son and big brother.
“He was a good friend to anybody who knew him and the world will be a much sadder place without him.”
His son added: "My dad had a heart of gold and could bring a smile to the face of anyone he met.
"His love and care will be missed by so many people, but the memories he left behind will continue to bring joy."
Mark's partner of seven years, Debbie said: "Mark you are one in a million, you were special and you will be in my heart eternally.
"You made me laugh, you were gentle. May you shine bright and every time I see a star in the sky, I'll think of you.
"We had a special bond that will never be broken and I will love you forever. God bless you my sweetheart. Until we meet again."
Issued: Laura Maltby, Corporate Communications
Notes to editors:
Three men charged in connection with his death have been remanded in custody ahead of a trial next year.
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