Sadness as Coach House manager passes away after collapsing on Sea View Street
The man who passed away in hospital after collapsing on Sea View Street in the early hours of Tuesday morning was the popular bar manager of the Coach House in Humberston, it has sadly been announced.
In a poignant statement posted to the Coach House Facebook page, devastated colleagues paid tribute to Ian.
The statement said: “It is with unbelievable sadness we let you know of the passing of our great friend and manager Ian “Elvis” Meek. Words cannot say how we all feel at this time.
“Not just a work colleague but a friend to everyone. He will be sadly missed by all who ever knew him.
“Elvis may have left the building, but our friend will never be forgotten.”
Emergency services were called to Sea View Street yesterday morning after Ian collapsed.
He passed away in hospital a short time later.
The circumstances surrounding Ian’s death are not thought to be suspicious and it is thought that he died of natural causes.
Humberside Police announced the tragic death yesterday in a statement which read: “At 1.15am today (Tuesday 13 April 2021) we received a call regarding the concern for safety of a man who had collapsed on Sea View Street in Cleethorpes.
“Emergency services attended and took the man to hospital for treatment. Sadly the man passed away in hospital a short time later. His family have been informed and are being supported by specially trained officers. Our sympathies are with his family and friends at this sad time.
“The circumstances of his death are not thought to be suspicious and enquiries will continue to establish the cause of his passing.”
Our thoughts and condolences go out to Ian’s friends and family at this very sad time.