Tragedy as man dies in hospital on Boxing Day two weeks after his fiancée was killed in a fire that ripped through their home – as heartbroken family say ‘perfect couple’ are now ‘reunited forever’
- Kieran Naylor, 33, passed away in Whiston hospital on the evening of Boxing Day
- He and Rebecca Foster suffered serious injuries in a house fire on December 12
- Ms Foster died the following day, leaving her family ‘torn apart’ by their loss
A man has died following a deadly fire at a home in Cheshire just two weeks after it claimed the life of his fiancée, as their grieving families say they are ‘reunited forever’.
Kieran Naylor, 33, died on Boxing Day after spending two weeks in a critical condition in hospital after the fire in the early hours of December 12 at their home on Delph Lane, Daresbury.
Partner Rebecca Foster, 32, died from her injuries on December 13, leaving Mr Naylor fighting for his life at Whiston Hospital.
In a touching tribute, Mr Naylor’s family said the couple had been reunited and ‘will always be in our hearts’.
Rebecca Foster (left) and Kieran Naylor (right) have both died following a serious fire at their home on December 12
Mr Naylor, 33, was described as ‘the best son, brother and uncle that anyone could have wished for’
Mr Naylor passed away at 8.45pm on Monday. The cause of the fire is under investigation but is not thought to have been suspicious, Cheshire Police confirmed.
His family said: ‘Words cannot express how completely heartbroken and devastated we are to have lost Kieran. Our lives will never be the same.
‘Kieran really was the best son, brother and uncle that anyone could have wished for and he will be sorely missed by everyone who had the pleasure to have known him.
‘Kieran and Rebecca are now reunited forever and they will always be in our hearts.
‘We would like to thank everyone who tried to help Kieran and Rebecca following the fire and would ask that we are left to grieve in peace at this time.’
Rebecca’s family said their lives have been ‘torn apart’ by her loss, adding the couple will ‘never be able to fulfil their dreams’
A tribute issued previously on behalf of Rebecca’s family said: ‘Rebecca was a loving and caring daughter and our lives have been absolutely torn apart by her death.
‘She and Kieran made the perfect couple, and the pair were planning to spend the rest of their lives together, but sadly they will never be able to fulfil their dreams.
‘We would like to thank everyone who tried to help Rebecca and Kieran on the night of the fire for all their efforts and would ask that we are left to grieve in peace at this difficult time.’
Posting a tribute today, close friend of Ms Foster Emily Murrell said: ‘Absolutely devastating news today…. Kie’s love for you was just so strong he couldn’t fight another day without you sweetie.
‘You are now both together again and always will be. Fly high together angels.’
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