Dundee man Alan told his better half ‘I love you’ moments before he passed away on holiday in Gran Canaria

The partner of a Dundee man who dropped dead of a cardiac arrest on the 4th night of his vacation has told how he stated he enjoyed her minutes before his death.Alan Jamieson, 55, who resided in Ardler, passed away at a hotel in Gran Canaria following a meal with his wife Jacqueline.Jacqueline, 53, who had been married to Alan for nearly 34 years, said he had actually ended up being out of breath on going back to their hotel space prior to collapsing.< img src=https://www.eveningtelegraph.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/sites/11/2017/10/59ef23fb14638-e1508856221365-493x564.jpg alt > Alan Jamieson She said:”The household are just totally shocked. He had just recently had a medical to restore his HGV licence and there had been no indication of any hidden health concerns.”We went to Gran Canaria routinely and had been updated to the hotel’s governmental suite this year.” It was the fourth night of our vacation.

We had actually come back from a meal and gone to the room simply after 9pm.”He had brought me through

a bottle of water and said I like you before going through to see the TV.

“The bedroom door was open. I might hear him struggling to breathe within a matter of minutes of him leaving the space.”I attempted to assist him before telephoning reception then heard a clatter as he fell off the chair.”When I went back to check I knew instantly he was gone. “I sat simply holding him on the tiles speaking with him.” Recalling, the only comfort I had was that we had a terrific last day together.

“< img src= https://www.eveningtelegraph.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/sites/11/2017/10/59ef23fa098bb-564x564.jpg alt > With daughter Julie Alan was a well-known figure

in amateur football and had been involved with a number of clubs in Dundee.The former Kirkton High pupil(imagined, below, in his younger years )had actually played for clubs consisting of Timex and Ss Peter and Paul prior to most just recently handling Wellbank.Alan, who had actually most just recently been working for Harry Lawson as an HGV motorist, had actually served in the Royal Corps of

Transport in the 33 Squadron serving in Bunde, Germany. His bro, Campbell, said Alan had received an award for bravery in 2005 from then-First Minister Jack McConnell.He said:”Alan was almost too great. We worked together at CJ Lang. He met the First Minister and was provided the award. “He ‘d seen a lady have her purse taken from the cab of his truck– so he leapt out and rose the fence to catch the thief. “Jacqueline, who got engaged to Alan within 14 hours of meeting

him, stated there were” no remorses “as she commemorated her “remarkable”husband.She added:” Our 34th wedding event anniversary would have been last Sunday. We had

a pleased marriage– I adored him. “Alan adored his daughter, Julie, she was a real daddy’s lady.” We have been overwhelmed by the volume of homages from members of the public.” He loved life and was a huge Dundee FC advocate who had actually touched a number of individuals’s lives.

Jacqueline and Alan on their big day”His funeral service will be a celebration of his life. Although there was no warning there is some convenience in the truth it was unexpected and there was no extended illness.”Alan is made it through by Jacqueline, his child Julie, siblings Robert and Campbell and sis Arlene. He had a sibling Wendy who passed away last year.His funeral service will be held tomorrow at St Mary Magdalene’s Church, Dudhope Crescent, at 11.45 am.