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Lindsey Lowry, collapsed suddenly aged just 35 years whilst visiting her Mother and Brother, with her partner on January 28th 2017.
Despite strenuous attempts by her brother, partner, the paramedics and finally the CRASH team at Arrowe Park Hospital Wirral, Lindsey sadly passed away.
The cause of her death has recently been identified as Sudden Arrhythmic Death Syndrome (SADS).
As a result of this tragic and untimely death the family are seeking to raise funds in order to support organisations and charities that we believe Lindsey would have wanted to help.
During her teenage years Lindsey joined and took a fully active role in Neston Air Training Corps where she made many life-long friends. Neston ATC was instrumental in giving her a solid foundation in her young life together with a great love of the outdoors.
Lindsey loved caring for others and after several years working in local care homes she studied nursing, working at Arrowe Park Hospital.
Later moving on to Aintree hospital she worked as a Bed Manager and most recently moved to The Walton Center, a specialist centre for Neurology and Neurosurgery. She joined the Neuromodulation team as an Associate Specialist Nurse, specialising in looking after people implanted with deep brain stimulators for their movement disorders.
Her life has been dominated by her caring nature, coupled with a steely determination to do the right thing no matter what, a quality she displayed from a very early age.
Her infectious and bubbly personality brought colour and light into the lives of all those who had the good fortune and pleasure to know her. She will be missed terribly.
As a family, we are devastated at her sudden and unexplained passing; and hope that from this tragedy at least some good can be applied to causes she cared about.