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November 21, 2015. Five years today. (Always in our thoughts, forever in our hearts). -...
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November 21st 1989. (31 years today, we lost our lovely son. Keep smiling, Ste. Until...
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Fourteen years today. Beloved Wife of Bob (deceased). (Always in our hearts and...
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Peggy Two years since you left us feeling devastated and upset. Time is not such a...
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SHAW - MARGARET (MADGE), December 4, 2016. 41 years ago today I married the loveliest women in the...
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20.11.1965 55 years today Pete and I know you are still looking out for me. Never...
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One, sad and lonely year, Gerry, you're so missed and so loved.- Josie, Children and...
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18th November 2013. Seven years yesterday. Sweet is your memory precious your name...
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November 19, 2017. To a very special Wife (remembering Wally deceased), Mum and Nana...
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DUGGAN - BRIAN, 18/11/2010. 10 years Bri, so missed and so loved by all your family and friends...
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(13 years today. Always in my thoughts. Hoping that you are happy wherever you are...
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November 16 2013 7 years today Beloved wife, mum & nan Deep are our memories and...
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Frano 16th November 2019. One sad, lonely year. It broke my heart to lose you...
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Gerry MARSDEN
You'll Never Walk Alone
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Gerry and the Pacemakers star Gerry Marsden - famous for hits like You’ll Never Walk Alone - has died aged 78 after a short illness which was an infection in his heart.

The legend shot to fame as the leader of the 1960s Merseybeat band Gerry and the Pacemakers.

Sixties pop icon Gerry was best known for the hit You'll Never Walk Alone but they had a string of huge hits and were one of the biggest bands of their generation.

Their hit songs included Ferry Cross The Mersey, I'll Be There, How Do You Do It? and I Like It.

They are famously remembered for being the first ever act to reach number one in the UK charts with their first three single releases.

Gerry died after he suffered with an infection in his heart. In 2003, Gerry had a triple bypass heart surgery in Liverpool. The musician had his second heart operation in 2016.

During his high-flying career, Gerry enjoyed almost 60 years of touring as a musician. He first formed Gerry and the Pacemakers with his brother Fred, Les Chadwick and Arthur McMahon. Both bands played to eager crowds in Liverpool and Hamburg.

As well as music, the musician was a television personality. Also he tried his hand at acting as he starred in West End musical Charlie Girl with Derek Nimmo and Anna Neagle. They made their mark on the music sphere as rivals to the Beatles in their early career. The star announced his retirement and bowed out of the showbiz world in November 2018. His love of music stemmed back to fond memories of singing in his childhood.

Gerry is survived by his wife Pauline Marsden and their two daughters Yvette and Victoria. The couple were married for 55 wonderful years after they tied the knot in 1965.

The full story can be found on the Mirror website