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Mum-of-four found dead at home will ‘live in our hearts forever’, her family say

Jade Ward, 27, from Shotton, has been described by her family as ‘lovely, bubbly and popular’ and ‘the life and soul of the party’ as she leaves four boys behind

Jade Ward’s family have described her as the ‘life and soul of the party’

A “devoted” mum who was found dead at home will “live on in all of our hearts forever”, her devastated family has said.

Jade Ward, 27, was found dead at her home in Shotton on August 26 in the early hours of the day.

Her family described the mum-of-four who was “lovely, bubbly and popular” and “the life and soul of the party”.

The Co-op worker leaves behind four young boys, NorthWalesLive reports.

Ex-husband Russell Norman James Marsh, 29, has been charged with her murder.

He appeared at Mold Crown Court via video link from Wrexham’s HMP Berwyn on Wednesday, September 1.



Tributes have been left for the mum after she was found dead at home
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In a touching tribute shared by North Wales Police, the family said: “Jade was a lovely, bubbly and popular girl who loved and cared for everybody she knew, especially her four boys.

“She was a devoted mum who would do anything for her children, a much-loved friend, daughter, sister, auntie, niece and granddaughter who will be hugely missed by us all.

“Jade always saw the good in everyone, she would put everyone before herself and loved animals – if ever she saw somebody even killing a fly, she would be angry at them.



Ex-husband Russell Norman James Marsh, 29, has been charged with her murder
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“She was a strong character, she had her own distinctive dress sense, she loved her clothes, and particularly her red lipstick! She was the life and soul of the party and was always dancing.

“The room really did light up when she entered it.

“As a family we are beyond heartbroken to have lost Jade. She was the heart of the family and there for us all whenever we needed her.

“She was loved by everybody who had the privilege of knowing her and she will live on in all of our hearts forever.”



Heartbroken pals pay tribute to Jade with a balloon release yards from where she was found dead
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An inquest into Jade’s worker’s death was opened on Tuesday at Ruthin by John Gittins, coroner for North Wales east and central.

Home Office pathologist Dr Brian Rodgers gave a provisional cause of death as asphyxiation during the inquest.

On Wednesday, Judge Rhys Rowlands set a provisional trial date for March 21 and remanded Marsh in custody.

He will next appear before the court on November 19.

Detectives continue to investigate the incident and anyone with information is asked to contact police via live webchat https://orlo.uk/3ovcq or on 101 quoting Ref 21000594238


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