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Discussion in 'Hull City' started by Howden Tigress, Oct 1, 2021.
Colin Powell, age 84, covid complications. RIP
Colin Powell RIP
I read his autobiography a few years ago. A great read.
He was the son of migrants who made it to the top.
Elvis’ Legendary drummer, Ronnie Tutt , has left the building. Ronnie passed away this weekend. He drummed for Elvis with the TCB Band from 1969 until 1977, joining the band put together by James Burton for Elvis’ 1969 Las Vegas opening and staying with Elvis until his death in 1977. Ronnie played with some of the biggest names in music, touring with Neil Diamond's band and recording and playing with Cash, Nicks, Glen Campbell, Kenny Rogers, Elvis Costello, Michael McDonald, Jerry Garcia and more. A true Legend.
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Mike Burr 56. Life long Hull City fan. Also a casual worker for the club for over 25 years, Boothferry Park and the KC selling 50/50 tickets and programmes. RIP Tiger.
RIP Mike Burr - old skool.
I went to endike with him.
Used to see him at city
Very sad news
Think his younger brother was a good player.
Halyna Hutchins, accidentally shot dead with a prop gun on a film set by actor Alec Baldwin.
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One of Hull's finest - Ray Lord; D. Day veteran aged 97. Saw him on Look North a couple of times, as many of that generation, he was a humble and unassuming man, didn't think of himself as any kind of a hero, just someone who did his duty. RIP - One of the few.
Tom Morey: inventor of the Boogie Board
Gunther out of friends
Was his younger brother Dave Burr was at City in the reserves etc for a while but didn’t quite make it?
Walter Smith. RIP
RIP Walter Smith, Rangers legend. WATP.
Restaurateur Ado Campeol, dubbed "the father of Tiramisu" by Italian media, has died aged 93.