HEARTBROKEN families have paid tribute to their loved ones who died after losing their brave battle with coronavirus.

Several relatives got in touch with the Glasgow Times to reveal their stories of the people they lost during the pandemic.

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Ashley Murray has told us how her family are mourning the loss of her aunt Cecelia McCauley who died at 74.

The Possilpark woman died at the Glasgow Royal Infirmary on March 20.

Ashley said: "My auntie Cecelia was a very kind hearted person.

"She had a heart of gold and she will be missed by everyone.

"She was a diamond. We love and miss you auntie Cecelia."

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Chris Butler revealed the loss of brave NHS worker Sharon Butler who died at just 50 years old.

The Bishopbriggs mum-of-two was a pharmacy technician for the NHS before she died at Glasgow Royal Infirmary on April 6.

He said: "She was taken far too soon from her wee family.

"A beautiful dotting mum to Demi and Chelsea and a loving wife.

"A tireless worker for the NHS for 25 years.

"She will be missed so much by her family and friends."

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He added that Sharon, whose maiden name is Callaghan, was also loved by her parents Tom and Carole.

They tragically lost their son Paul, who was a soldier in the pathfinders, 25 years ago.

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Audrey Russell told us about her 'larger than life' dad Robert Stewart Goldie who died at 87-years-old.

Mr Goldie, who lived in Maryhill and Townhead, was a painter and decorator.

He passed away 13 days after testing positive for coronavirus on April 12 at Glasgow Royal Infirmary.

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His daughter said he had no underlying health issues nor did he show symptoms of the virus.

She said: "My daddy was a larger than life character.

"He will be sadly missed by all who knew him.

"Everyone you meet has a story to tell about him.

"He was very witty with a great sense of humour - lots of great and funny memories."

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Milton bus driver Gary Cooper died at home surrounded by his family on April 9.

He was just 55-years-old and worked for City Bus.

His daughter Cheryl told us: "A loving husband of Louise and father to Amanda, Cheryl, Carrie and Chris and loving granda to Ciera, Aaron, Cerys, Madisyn, Harris, Aiden, Orla Grace, Liam and Emma.

"He was also father in law to Kieran, Steven, Tony and Lorraine.

"Loved brother, nephew, uncle and friend. Your wings were ready our hearts were not, it’s not goodbye but see you later."

She added: "He was a devoted husband, dad and grandad. He loved his job as a bus driver and he was loved by so many. We miss you and it still doesn’t seem real that you are no longer with us."

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