TRIBUTES have been paid to a 30-year-old mother-of-three who died suddenly in hospital.
Fiona George, who lived in Bath Road, Wrexham town centre with her fiancé, Mark Randalls, died on Thursday, January 9 at Wrexham Maelor Hospital.
An inquest into her death is expected to take place in June.
She had suffered with mental health issues for many years.
Mr Randalls, 30, had been a full-time carer for Miss George for two years up until her death and paid tribute to his “loving and kind” fiancee.
“She was a wonderful mother to her three children and such a fantastic fiancée,” he said.
“Most of the people Fiona knew probably never knew she suffered from mental health issues because she was such a bubbly character and so full of life when she was with her friends.
“She was loving, kind and caring and it’s been hard to say goodbye.”
Mr Randalls said he had become “extremely worried” about Miss George’s condition after she was admitted to the Heddfan adult mental health unit at Wrexham Maelor Hospital the previous day, having spent time in the unit earlier in the week.
“When you’ve cared round the clock for someone for two years you are naturally concerned when they are admitted to hospital,” he said.
“On the Thursday I tried ringing Fiona at about 10.50am but she didn’t pick up. That was strange as she always picks up, so I phoned the staff at Heddfan who said they would check on her.
“They found her in her room and took her straight to the Maelor A&A department, where the staff were first-class and made her comfortable.
“We were by her bedside when she passed away peacefully.”
An inquest into Miss George’s death is due to take place to take place on June 18.