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She was found dead at her home in Middlewich, Cheshire, on April 19 after her father and sister visisted her first floor flat.
Cheshire County Coroner's Court was told the 37-year-old had 'very good organisational skills' at work, always got good appraisals and healthy bonus payments.
He continued: 'During August or September 2007 Louise started to realise she needed some help.
She seemed anxious about things she wouldn't normally seem anxious about.
'That was very much playing on her mind and the last time we saw Louise she was rather quiet and reserved and thoughtful.'Mr Turnbull continued by saying his daughter had 'lots of friends' and was 'very popular'.
He said: 'When she died there were flowers outside her flat all with messages on saying how much she would be missed. She was somebody who brought laughter and smiles and made the world a better place.'She was a very good person and she was a kind person.
The Labour town councillor was twice applauded by members of the public as he suggested issues raised in the LGA's report were being 'brushed under the carpet'.
'The morale around the office was not very high so she decided to take the offer of redundancy.'She had some time away from work but went back to the same company on a contractual basis.
'She knew that we loved her very much and we knew that she loved us very much.
'We don't think she would have done anything like this on purpose, we believe this was just a tragic accident.' Miss Turnbull's brother Michael, 36, who lives in New York, said his sister had failed to remember how many tablets she had taken for her anxiety before and added: 'I believe if she had intended to harm herself there were way more paracetamols in the flat and she chose not to do that.'Louise was in the habit of writing everything down but there was no note found at the scene and there were notes about all sorts of things but no notes about this.'Assistant coroner Jean Harkin concluded Miss Turnbull died by misadventure.
But in 2007 she started to suffer from anxiety, excessively worrying all the time. Her father Francis John Turnbull, 74, a company director said: 'Louise worked in various admin roles and finally got a job with a pharmaceutical company from 2002 to 2014 when she took voluntary redundancy.
He said she started out as an admin assistant and worked her way up to becoming PA.'She brought happiness to lots of people including her family.We don't believe that Louise deliberately ended her own life." Cllr Parry was briefly stopped by Cllr Arthur Moran, mayor of east Cheshire, before calling for Cllr Barry Moran to step down from his role as chairman of the staffing committee – a call which was later echoed by Cllr Damian Bailey, Labour CEC member for Crewe St Barnabas.