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Eddie Kerfoot passed after in hospital last week at the age of 93 | The Examiner


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An avid golfer and keen photographer, Eddie Kerfoot was well known throughout the Launceston community. He worked at The Examiner for about 35 years and mentored a generation of news photographers along the way. Last week at the age of 93 he died after complications from a surgery. He had suffered a series of mini strokes last year which took away his independence. Eddie’s daughter Sandra Bingley remembered her father as a loving and supportive man who always had her, and her siblings backs. In other news: She said while his passing was a sad occasion, it was also a release for the family. “Dad was a hard worker, he often said that he regretted…



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