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Hundreds gather to pay tribute to 'popular' young man who died days before Christmas

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Hundreds have gathered to pay tribute to a 'popular' young man who tragically died just days before Christmas.Mourners lined the streets on January 11 to pay their respects to Jordan Cruddas, aged 22, a much-loved lad "who loved life and he lived it to the max".

Jordan's family state that he was found unconscious in his bedroom on December 23 after suffering a bleed on the brain and despite best efforts of the paramedics, he sadly died, Chronicle Live reports.On January 14, his mum Kellie McGill and auntie Clare McGill paid an emotional tribute to their "blue-eyed boy" and thanked his best mate Callum 'Chunk' Murphy and his family for organising the best send off they could have wished for.Kellie, aged 42, said: "Jordan was my blue-eyed boy, my firstborn and I'm absolutely devastated."Clare, 38, added: "He was a lovely family lad.

He loved his family, his mates and his bikes. He just loved life and he lived it to the max." Jordan's funeral was held at Saltwell Crematorium on Tuesday January, 11 and best friend Callum Murphy organised a convoy of quad bikes and taxis outside his home ahead of the funeral to give his friend the best send off possible.

Callum and his family also organised for Jordan's own quad bike to join the convoy on the back of a trailer.Clare added: "Callum has been left devastated.

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