Executors to Control Late Gary Moore's Mansion

April 04, 2011 09:09:25 GMT

The guitar legend, who died in February from a suspected heart attack, has left his estate to be controlled by executors until final settlement is negotiated.

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Late guitar legend Gary Moore left behind an estate worth $3.2 million after his death in February. The Thin Lizzy rocker died from a suspected heart attack while on holiday in Spain with his girlfriend Petra Nioduschewski.

According to Sunday Mirror, records show the musician left behind assets of more than $3.2 million, which was reduced to around $1.6 million after deductions. A judge in England granted executors of his estate temporary control of his companies until final settlement is negotiated.

He was married twice and is survived by two sons and a daughter.

Speaking about Moore's death, Brian Downey admitted he was shocked about the news. "I am in total shock," so he said. "He will always be in my thoughts and prayers and I just can't believe he is gone."


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posted by Billy G on Apr 06, 2011
Guitar blues legend made some money. Wow. Most stars throw their money away.
posted by Tom on Apr 06, 2011
Still love parisienne Walkways
posted by Gary Moore on Apr 04, 2011
I'm playing with Phil Lynott, Jimi Hendrix, Albert King, Albert Collins, George Harrison, Freddie Mercury up there!!!!
posted by Guitar Dog on Apr 04, 2011
posted by Mike Peckham on Apr 04, 2011
Will miss going to his gigs. They were brilliant. Can't understand why he was not bigger here in the States? If Van Halen why not Gary Moore?
posted by Simon on Apr 04, 2011
The most underated guitarist ever will be forever remembered. Hopefully there will be a tribute concert with all those he has worked with!

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