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Ernest Tuttle


Elgin, South Carolina, USA
Post  Posted 18 Nov 2020 1:36 pm    
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Ernest Tuttle passed away this this morning
Keep us in your prayers.
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Brad Bechtel

San Francisco, CA
Post  Posted 18 Nov 2020 2:52 pm    
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My condolences to his family and friends.
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Dennis Wireman


north west In.
Post  Posted 18 Nov 2020 2:55 pm     Ernest Tuttle
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our condolences and prayers for all the family and loved ones he will be missed
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Roger Dillingham

Kentucky, USA
Post  Posted 18 Nov 2020 6:15 pm     Mr. Tuttle
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So sorry to hear of Mr. Tuttle's passing. I didn't know him, but I always liked to see his comments on topics and particularly enjoyed his PSG playing ability. I had commented at times on his renditions of songs he did on you tube, always had a great touch on the steel. He seemed like such a gentleman; certainly he will be missed here on the forum. My condolences to all his friends and family. Sad Roger
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Jim Fogle

North Carolina, Winston-Salem, USA
Post  Posted 19 Nov 2020 11:54 am    
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I'm sorry to read of your loss. My prayers and condolences to Mr. Tuttle's family and friends
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Tony Edwards

Six Mile, South Carolina
Post  Posted 19 Nov 2020 3:00 pm     Ernie Tuttle
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I am so sorry to learn of Ernie's passing. Mr. Tuttle and Roy Gainey, Oscar and I used to go to a nursing home in Kershaw, SC and play and sing for the patients there. Ernie was a true gentleman. He worked on a Sho-Bud I used to have as I visited him in his home near Camden/Lugoff, SC. He played a beautiful natural maple colored Mullen steel that was out of this world. Rest in Peace Ernie. I plan to see you again in a far better country!
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Clyde Mattocks


Kinston, North Carolina, USA
Post  Posted 20 Nov 2020 9:01 pm    
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I met Ernie sometime around '68. He was always good company. I kept up with him as long as he moved around North Carolina. He worked for Leonard Stadler for a while. I discovered him again when my band played in Charleston, S. C. He and his sweet wife Donna were always welcoming. The old friends are best. Rest in peace, Ernie.
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