Tributes have been paid to a "bubbly" Wetherspoons barmaid after her sudden death aged just 33.
Jane Hamilton died in Biddulph, Staffs, in the home she shared with her partner on November 9 as the grieving family spoke of their shock at finding her dead in bed.
Relatives do not yet know what killed her, Stoke-on-Trent Live reports.
Jane had worked behind the bar at the Wetherspoon's Bradley Green pub for 10 years.
Her devastated parents Janice and Brian Hamilton said their daughter was hugely popular.
Janice, 58, said: "She was very bubbly and happy-go-lucky. She would do anything for anybody – it didn't matter what it was, she would help.
"She loved working at the pub, she got on well with everyone there and all the customers. If she walked down the street, everyone would always be saying 'hello' to her."
Jane suffered from asthma since she was two.
Janice added: "She had been poorly for a couple of weeks. She was prone to chest infections at this time of year. She had finished one lot of antibiotics, then had to have some more.
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"She had picked up on the November 8, and before her partner left for work on the Monday she asked for a glass of water.
"I kept phoning her that day and there was no answer. I got worried and went down to her house. I banged on the door but there was no answer."
She went on: "I phoned the police and they broke in. She was in bed as if she was asleep.
"It was very unexpected, a big shock. It is really heart-wrenching. We don’t know what happened and we are just waiting for answers.
"We would like to thank everyone for their support and the kind messages we have received."
Flowers and tributes to Jane have been left outside The Bradley Green.
Wetherspoon's spokesman Eddie Gershon said: "We are sad to hear of the death of one of our long-serving employees, Jane Hamilton.
"Jane worked as a bar associate at The Bradley Green for over 10 years and was popular with fellow staff and customers.
"We extend our deepest sympathy to Jane’s family and friends."
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