THE family of a 24-year-old man who died unexpectedly at his home in Kesh have paid tribute to someone who “will always be irreplaceable”.

Motorbike enthusiast, Ian David Drury, died at the house in Crevenish Park a week ago.

His family say that a Post Mortem conducted after his death was inconclusive, with further tests to be carried out.

Mr. Drury’s funeral service was held in Enniskillen Presbyterian Church on Friday afternoon, followed by interment at Sydare Cemetery.

He was the son of Sandra Drury and Ian Stewart, younger brother of Jolene Drury, uncle to Aron and Ria, and a nephew of Elizabeth Barley.

Originally from Bromley in Kent, he relocated to Ederney in 2013 before later moving to Kesh, where he lived with his mother.

Speaking to the Impartial Reporter last Wednesday, his older sister Jolene said: “As a family we are so proud to have had him in our lives and he will always be irreplaceable.”

Mr. Drury was deeply devoted to his faith and alongside regular worship carried out volunteering to help deprived members of the community.

He had recently completed an access course at South West College in Enniskillen.

His plan was to continue his studies at university in Belfast, in readiness for becoming a Minister.

He loved motorbikes and the open road. He was also a huge fan of rock music, Black Sabbath in particular.

Jolene concluded by saying: “My mother would like to thank her neighbours for all their help and support, in particular Patsy Cassidy, who did everything he could to save Ian.”