Mother Posts Valentine's Card to Her 5 Kids Hours Before Her Badly Burned Body Is Found on Beach
'Hope this arrives in time [for] Valentine's Day," the mother wrote.
A mother posted a loving Valentine’s Day card to her five children just hours before her badly burned body was found on a public beach.
Lisa Bach Williams, 31, had put up photographs of five chocolate bars and a card written to her kids, saying "I love you with all my Welsh heart," on her Facebook page Sunday.
Later that night, her burned body was discovered by a security guard inside a seaside shelter on Newry beach in Wales, police said.
“At this time the death is not being treated as suspicious, and the coroner for north-west Wales has been informed,” read a statement from the North Wales Police.
The mother was remembered as kind and loving in tributes posted to her Facebook page.
"She was a lovely girl & loved her kids so much," wrote Tanya Rushe.
Williams was separated from her husband, according to her Facebook page. He apparently had custody of the children and was living in Ireland.
She was undergoing medical treatment, according to her posts, and had been hospitalized in recent months.
People left flowers and written tributes at the beach where she died.
“It’s a big loss without you here with us all. Hard to believe that you’re gone. You meant the world to us. I’ll never forget that cute smile and how kind you were to us all,” read one card.
Her children ranged in age from 5 to 14.
In her card, she also included a silver necklace with a heart pendant for one of her daughters, writing, “Necklace is for you, [when you’re] old enough to wear it. Love, Mam. XXXXX.”
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