A young white bass named Saul Bass has died.
He was 19.
Bass died in a swimming pool at his home in South Yorkshire on Wednesday.
Bass was a member of the Bristol bass family, who live in the coastal town of Bournemouth.
Bass and his mother, Lynne, have five children and one grandchild.
Bass has been described as a good, kind, generous person who loved music, swimming and dogs.
Bass had a pet pig named Tootie.
“I just loved to be with him, he loved me,” Lynne Bass said.
Bass, pictured here with his sister Lynne in 2012, was a young white-billed bass named Saul.
He died in hospital in South London on Wednesday (local time) Source: PA Wire/PA Images/PA Photos/PA News via Getty Images Bass had two pets, a pig named “Tootie” and a dog named “Sugar”.
He was a father to five children, all of whom are now grown up.
Bass was the son of a dairy farmer and a local farmer. “
He had all the family members there to take care of him.”
Bass was the son of a dairy farmer and a local farmer.
Lynne told the BBC: “Saul was a very happy and loving man, he never seemed sad or upset. “
It’s really hard to believe that he was a great, caring father.”
He loved his family. “
People say to me, ‘You can’t describe how sad it is’.” It’s such a sad day to know that he’s gone.
He loved his family.
I just want to be the one who goes on to be remembered as a very special family member.
Lynnes father Lynne Bass was the wife of a local farming owner, and their family had four children.
She said: ‘Saul’s family were really close to him.
“We’ve always had a big family around here and he was so much part of that.”
Lynnes husband David Bass said he was devastated by the news of his son’s death.
“His mum, Lynnes mum, was very emotional, she was just sobbing.” “
He added: “I’ve known him since he was five years old and he loved to go swimming with us, he played the bass with us every day. “
His mum, Lynnes mum, was very emotional, she was just sobbing.”
Lynneda Bass said she was overwhelmed by the support she had received from the Bristol community, and the people of Bristol. “
Sitting there, I just couldn’t imagine my son’s life without him.”
Lynneda Bass said she was overwhelmed by the support she had received from the Bristol community, and the people of Bristol.
“Everyone just poured their heart and soul into us and we just had to keep on trying.” “
She added: ‘We never got enough help from Bristol.’ “
Everyone just poured their heart and soul into us and we just had to keep on trying.”
She added: ‘We never got enough help from Bristol.’
She said she had been contacted by friends who had been told they could use their personal savings to help with Bass’ funeral.
Lynnedas sister, Lynnea, told the site: ‘A lot of people just didn’t know what to do, we had no money and no idea how to put it into a bank account.
“Everybody said, ‘We’ve got a bit of money’ and ‘We’ll help you’.”
I just want people to know we’re not going to be left out, and I know it’s not easy.
“But I think it’s going to make a huge difference.”