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Mum pays tribute to son who died after pub attack
2:03pm Wednesday 14th August 2013 in News
THE mum of a father-of-two who died after he was attacked outside a pub on Manchester Road has spoken of the day ‘my life changed forever’.
Margaret Arthur released a statement to the Warrington Guardian paying tribute to son David Leslie Brown.
In it she said: “On the 11th August 2013 my life changed forever.
“My beautiful son David fell to sleep.
“David was a well loved son, brother and dad. David was loved by many.
“He was one of the Latchford lads and was always up for banter with his quick wit.
“David lived his life to his own quote − live fast, die young.
“He will be sadly missed by a lot of people who loved him dearly.
“Good night, god bless Dave − you are with the angels now.
Mrs Brown also told of how the keen Liverpool FC fan loved to take children Morgan and Shiloh swimming.
A ‘family man’ who enjoyed spending time with friends, he leaves behind brothers William and Alan, sister Jenny, grandma Nel and grandad Dennis, along with his mum and children.
Mr Brown, aged 33, died at Aintree Hospital on Sunday surrounded by family.
The father-of-two was involved in an incident outside Chevy's Bar on Manchester Road at 5pm on Friday.
Police say he was punched and hit his head on the pavement.
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