Hundreds join Facebook tribute to tragic dad

By Michael Upton | 09/09/2010 0 comments

Hundreds join Facebook tribute to tragic dad

HUNDREDS of people have paid tribute on Facebook to a young dad who fell victim to a silent killer.

An inquest in Rotherham into the death of 26-year-old Steven Wilson heard that he was died in his sleep by after a night out with his girlfriend, Kate-Lea Morris.

The ex-roofer had suffered from chest problems after a car crash seven years ago, but appeared to have recovered.

A post-mortem examination this week revealed that he had died of "silent" pneumonia.

Steven leaves a son, Lewis, aged eight, who is being cared for by his great-grandparents, Jean and Thomas Wilson, at their home in Canklow, where Steven also lived.

More than 900 people have joined a Facebook tribute group, “RIP Wilson x”, set up in his memory.

The inquest was adjourned. His funeral is expected to take place at Rotherham Crematorium early next week.

For an interview with Steven's grieving relatives, see this week's Advertiser or click here to subscribe to our digital edition.

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