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Geboren am 10. 04. 1948
Gestorben am 28.07. 2011
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am 14.08.2013 um 19:26 Uhr
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In Erinnerung an einen tollen Sänger und wunderbaren Menschen. Ich vergesse Dich nie.
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Putri hat am 17.10.2013 folgendes geschrieben:
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