S Membership 7 member Paul Cattermole has died of pure causes. Virtually six weeks after the singer was discovered lifeless at his dwelling in Dorset, England, aged 46, a spokesman for the Dorset Coroner’s Service has confirmed Cattermole’s reason for demise, the coroner additionally revealing that there will probably be no inquest into Cattermole’s demise.
“We verify that Mr. Cattermole died of pure causes and our investigations are full,” the Might 18 assertion, shared with Sky Information, stated. “As his demise was of pure causes, there will probably be no inquest.”
Born March 7, 1977 in St Albans, Hertfordshire, Cattermole grew up enjoying in youth choirs and studied appearing earlier than rising to world stardom as a part of S Membership 7 in 1999. The group, additionally made up of Tina Barrett , Jon Lee, Bradley McIntosh, Jo O’Meara, Hannah Spearritt and Rachel Stevens noticed their debut single, “Carry It All Again”, attain No. 1 within the UK. Hits comparable to S Membership Occasion” and “Do not Cease Movin'” adopted. Cattermole left S Membership 7 in 2002, a 12 months earlier than the band first disbanded, and briefly returned in 2014. S Membership 7 confirmed Cattermole’s demise in a press release on April 7.
“We’re really devastated by the passing of our brother Paul. There aren’t any phrases to explain the deep disappointment and loss all of us really feel,” the band wrote on Instagram. “We had been so fortunate to have had him in our lives and are grateful for the unbelievable reminiscences we have now,” the “Carry It All Again” performers’ assertion continued. “He will probably be sorely missed by all of us. We ask that you simply respect the privateness of his household and the band presently.”
On the time of his passing, S Membership 7 was gearing up for a reunion tour. The band introduced on Sunday that the tour will proceed as deliberate in his reminiscence, however member Spearitt, who as soon as dated Cattermole, will not be a part of the band on the tour. In a shifting video, Stevens stated of Cattermole, “He’ll all the time be with us. He is been such an vital a part of this tour, he is been so concerned in every little thing we’re planning. And we’re simply going to maintain his reminiscence alive. alive and sharing with all of you and that is going to make it much more particular.” McIntosh described Cattermole as a “massive brother to us, all of us and all of you on the market”, including, “he was really a novel specimen of a human being”.