Tributes have been pouring in online after the shock death of popular Coleraine man Jason Dysart.
Jason was well known in the Causeway area from working in Iceland in the early years, being a doorman for a number of bars and nightclubs and more recently working in Marks & Spencer.
In a social media post last night, Becka Cee wrote "The town has suffered a great loss today with the passing of Jason Dysart. Known to all of us as the smiling face greeting us at the Marks and Spencer Tills.... or on our nights out as the popular doorman on Many of the local nightclubs... Always there to have a friendly chat and laugh.
"Just wanted to add this in after reading all the comments...this gentleman had time for everyone. Made everyone laugh, always stopped for a chat, looked out for everyone
"So many of us called him friend. They Always say if you can leave a memory make it be you were a good person. He was a great one
"Condolences to His children, family and friends and I know I speak for a whole Community who will say he will be very sadly missed".
An Obituary notice read - Mr Jason DysartDysart – 26th July 2021 (suddenly) Jason, dear husband of Lisa, much-loved father of Dylan, Niamh, Maya and Charlie and a devoted grandfather, son and brother.
Private family service in Murdock’s Funeral Home, 2a Windsor Avenue, Coleraine on Friday at 11.00am followed by interment in Coleraine Cemetery. Mourners may pay their respects along the route as the cortege makes its way to the cemetery. Family flowers only please. Donations in lieu if desired for Breathe Easy c/o Mrs Mona Murdock, 31 Bushmills Road, Coleraine. Very deeply regretted and sadly missed by his loving family, friends and entire