Her grief-stricken family who are yet to know what caused the 33-year-old’s death and are hoping a post-mortem examination will provide some answers.
Tributes have been paid to a ‘happy-go-lucky’ barmaid who was found dead in bed.
Jane Hamilton passed away at the home in Biddulph, Staffordshire, she shared with her partner on November 9.
Jane was a well-known figure in the town and worked at a local JD Wetherspoon’s pub for the past 10 years,
Her devastated parents – Janice and Brian Hamilton, who also live in Biddulph – say their daughter was hugely popular.
Janice, aged 58, told Stoke-on-TrentLive : “Everybody loved her. Everyone used to call her Janey.
“She was very bubbly and happy-go-lucky. She would do anything for anybody – it didn’t matter what it was, she would help.
“She loved working at the pub, she got on well with everyone there and all the customers. If she walked down the street, everyone would always be saying ‘hello’ to her.
“She had found happiness with her partner, Andrew Slater, and was really content.”
Jane, who had suffered from asthma since she was two, was found at her home after Janice was unable to reach her on the phone.