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Edenthorpe Dell Owlthorpe murder: Fundraiser launched for funeral of Sheffield mother Danielle Louise Ejogbamu UK News

Danielle Louise Ejogbamu was pronounced dead at a home in Edenthorpe Dell, Owlthorpe, after emergency services were called to the property at 6.30am on March 16. She was 33 years old.

A 31-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of murder.

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Murder of Edenthorpe Dell Owlthorpe: Tributes paid to the name of beloved mum of Sheffield…

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A GoFundMe page has been launched to help pay for the funeral costs of Danielle Louise, a mum-of-three who was found dead in Owlthorpe on Wednesday morning.

A message, written by his brothers Nick and Josh Clark, read: “I am writing this to see if anyone could help our family at such a tragic time.

“As you can imagine this was very unexpected and as Danielle was so young no arrangements were made ie life insurance, savings etc.

“We are hoping to raise funds to help with the funeral, but the main reason is to help her three children who she left behind.

The message from Danielle Louise’s family reads: “We are hoping to raise funds to help with the funeral, but the main reason is to help her three children who she left behind.”

“Thank you for taking the time to read and for being here.”

Edenthorpe Dell was cordoned off all of Wednesday as police investigated the incident and investigative and forensic work continued yesterday.

Tributes poured in for the popular mum-of-three, with friends saying she “adored” her children and will be missed.

A friend Leah Kaye posted: “Beautiful RIP! I still can’t believe you left Dan, you always made me feel like part of the family, always giving me advice, telling me when I was wrong and constantly making me laugh.

“Honestly, you were like a mom to me!

“You were the strongest woman I know, even when you didn’t feel it, you never showed it.

“I hope you are finally at peace now, I will miss you so much.”

An investigation was launched by South Yorkshire Police on Wednesday when emergency services were called to the semi-detached property at 6.30am.

Flowers were left behind under a tree.

A moving message read: “Danielle, we will never forget you. You leave a big void in our hearts.

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This notice was published: 2022-03-18 06:43:09

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