Levi Stubbs, lead singer of the Four Tops, has died.
Legacy.com, the world’s most timely and comprehensive resource for online obituaries and the undisputed leader in Web-based memorialization, has created a feature-rich online Guest Book for Stubbs, who died today at age 72. We have already seen an outpouring of condolences; in your coverage of Stubbs’ legacy, please feel free to share the Guest Book: http://www.legacy.com/gb/guestbookview.aspx?personId=118956865.
Founded in 1998, Legacy.com (http://www.legacy.com) is the world’s most timely and comprehensive resource for online obituaries and the undisputed leader in Web-based memorialization. This innovative online media company collaborates with more than 700 newspapers in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Ireland and Australia to provide ways for readers to express condolences and share remembrances of deceased loved ones. One of the Web’s most visited sites, Legacy.com and the Web sites of its newspaper affiliates attract more than 13 million unique visitors each month. The company collaborates with the world’s largest media organizations, including the top newspapers in Australia, Canada and the U.K. as well as more than three-quarters of the top 100 newspapers in the U.S. Through these affiliations, Legacy.com features obituaries and Guest Books for more than two-thirds of people who die in the United States and makes this content accessible directly via the Web sites of its newspaper partners. Users also can create interactive Legacy.com Memorial Websites that allow others to post and share memories of their loved ones The company has expanded to host “Celebrations” for newspaper affiliates, including birth, marriage, commitment, graduation and other announcements. A privately held company whose investors include the Tribune Company, Legacy.com is headquartered in the Chicago suburb of Evanston, Ill. Learn more about Legacy.com by visiting http://www.legacy.com/NS/About/. Legacy.com: where life stories live on.®