Devoted dad-of-three dies suddenly days before he was due to become father again

Devoted dad-of-three dies suddenly days before he was due to become father again

Nathan Hole has been described as a ‘Cornish boy through and through’ who loved fishing, teaching his kids rugby and bodyboarding

A devoted dad-of-three died days before he was due to become a father again.

Nathan Hole, in his 30s, was found dead just after midnight on July 23 following a call about his welfare.

His devastated partner of 13 years, Kayleigh Rosevear, told CornwallLive that the night he died he travelled into Camborne to celebrate the upcoming birth of his fourth child.

She described Nathan as “a lovable rogue” who was devoted to his children.

Police initially believed the death may have been in suspicious circumstances and cordoned off a wide area of the town centre for much of the day.

Two men, aged 40 and 35, were arrested as part of the investigation, however, Devon and Cornwall Police then confirmed that the death is no longer being treated as suspicious and that the men have been released without charge.

Kayleigh said: “He was an amazing bloke and dad to our children. We have three together and a fourth due in 12 days. He was a well-loved son, brother, partner and amazing daddy.

“Nathan was devoted to his children, he was really hard-working and a kind, lovable rogue. He was the best dad and partner and always made sure we never went without. He always provided for us.”

Nathan spent most of his life living in Camborne before the family moved to nearby Four Lanes.

Kayleigh said Nathan was a “Cornish boy through and through” who loved fishing, teaching his kids rugby and bodyboarding.

She added: “He was a lovable rogue who liked to wind people up and loved the banter but was tough on the outside but like cotton wool on the inside.

“So many people didn’t know the real Nathan but he was kind, lovable and respectful. He was a beloved son and sibling and a devoted dad and partner.”

Kayleigh says his sudden death has rocked the family but that they won’t give up seeking justice despite the latest from the police.

She said: “I feel let down by everyone and people were saying some horrible things about Nathan after he died. We’ll never give up trying to get justice for what happened that night.”

The most recent statement from Devon and Cornwall Police reads: “Following an extensive police investigation, the death of a man aged in his 30s at an address in Cross Street, Camborne, is no longer being treated as suspicious.

“Police and paramedics were called to the property at around 12.50am on Friday 23 July.

“The criminal investigation has now ceased and two men, aged 40 and 35, initially arrested as part of the investigation, have been released without charge.

“The enquiry will now be formally handed over to HM Coroner.”

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