In recent news, a “larger than life” Lincolnshire man has died. Yes, we are talking about Louth man Paul Walden, popularly known as Wally, who took his last breath in November 2020. He was just 57-year-old at the time of his death. Tributes have poured in for the man on social media. People are coming forward and expressing their sadness about his demise. Due to this reason, Paul’s name is trending on multiple platforms. Here, find out what happened to Paul Walden and how did he die. Check the complete details here.

Paul Walden Cause Of Death Former Louth Football Manager And Landlord Died Tributes have poured in for the man on social media. People are coming forward

What Was Paul Walden Cause Of Death?

According to reports, Paul Walden was the landlord of the Kings Head pub, the George Hotel in Spilsby, and also ran his own taxi business. Apart from this, Paul was also a footballer and went on to manage Louth Town, Spilsby Town, and Skegness Town. Let us tell you that it has been two years since his death. Even though two years have passed, his friends and family members are still paying their respects and tributes on social media.

Talking about his death, Paul’s friend from Horncastle Ian Tyler said that the news of his passing came as a huge shock to everyone. It is no doubt to say that 57 is a very early age to pass away. Stephen Spring, 50, of nearby South Somercotes, another of Mr. Walden’s numerous acquaintances, first met him more than 20 years ago while playing neighborhood football. Paul was a very talented footballer who later went on to manage several semi-pro teams, notably Louth Town, Spilsby Town, and Skegness Town, with great success.

“He was a larger-than-life guy, and everyone enjoyed being around him,” he continued. According to Brain Tumour Research, brain tumors are malignancy that kills most children and adults under the age of 40. Despite this, according to the charity, barely 1% of government funding for cancer research has been designated for brain tumors. As per reports, Paul Walden died of a brain tumor at the age of 57.

The news has shattered all his loved ones to death. They could not believe that Paul has left the world at such a young age. Matthew Price, community development manager at Brain Tumor Research praised the quartet’s efforts and said that brain tumors are devastating so we want to do what we can to help find a cure. Our team, Social Telecast comes forward and pays him last tributes as well. May his soul rest in peace!

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