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Devastation as mum, 35, dies just one month after complaining of symptoms

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A 'bubbly and kind' mum tragically died just one month after falling ill with 'stomach pains'. Rebecca 'Becky' Evans, 35, sadly passed away on Sunday, May 5 leaving her family 'distraught' and 'shocked' by her rapid decline Becky had intended to go on a family caravan holiday on the weekend of her death but her health rapidly declined in the days leading up to the trip and she lost the ability to walk before her tragic death, YorkshireLive reports.

Her family says she was coping well with her illness - the detail of which they have asked Yorkshire Live not to publish - before her health rapidly declined. READ MORE: Horror as 'cyclist' is killed after being 'struck by lorry' in Salford The popular mother-of-two lived in Hoyland with her partner Scott and their two children Evan, 10, and Freddie, six.

Becky was a manager at The Range, in The Peel Centre, for about 15 years. Her death comes just five months after her mother Maureen died of cancer in December.

Paying tribute to Becky, her dad Adrian said: "Becky was so bubbly and kind. If anyone asked her for something, she'd be there at a drop of a hat, anytime. "She'd do anything for anybody, she was just that kind of person.

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