Kirsty Emma (Curry) Maxwell was born to proud parents Denise and Brian Curry on 1st September 1989 in Leith, Edinburgh.
The family moved to West Lothian when Kirsty was a young child, where her brother Ryan was born, completing the family.
She attended school in Livingston and after gaining educational qualifications, Kirsty worked in various office roles before landing a position with Lloyds Banking Group, where she was held in very high regard by her colleagues and peers.
Kirsty had known Adam Maxwell for ten years when she married him in September 2016. They were blissfully happy and the marriage cemented their love for each other.
Both Adam and Kirsty were family-oriented people close to their respective siblings and parents. They were in the process of buying a new home and planning to start a family of their own.
Sadly, they never got to celebrate their first wedding anniversary, buy their new house or have a family.
Kirsty’s life was taken away in incredibly cruel, brutal and unexplained circumstances.
She was a popular girl who was regarded by her friends and family as a true and loyal friend and was a person everyone would confide in.
Kirsty is still sadly missed and her friends and family continue to pay tribute to this beautiful girl who touched the hearts of many.
Kirsty’s husband Adam, her parents Brian and Denise and her younger brother Ryan are continuing their fight for justice, truth and answers with the assistance of friends, the public, politicians and UK-based crime experts.
They want to get to the truth behind the sinister and suspicious circumstances surrounding Kirsty's death, which is still being investigated as a potential homicide by the Spanish authorities.
Kirsty’s family have released the following video in memory of Kirsty and they continue to fight for answers and justice.
Her family have also created an eponymous charity in her honour, to continue the fight to help prevent other families being abandoned in their time of need. Please visit KirstyMaxwell.com to find out more information around the appeal, or if you have any information which may be of help.