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Dennis Edwards

Feb 3, 1943 – Feb 1, 2018 (Age 74)

Obituary

Dennis Edwards, lead singer of Motown's famed vocal group The Temptations, died Thursday, Feb. 1, 2018, according to multiple news sources. He was 74. For full obituary and coverage from Legacy.com, click here.

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I did not know he died. I met Dennis Edwards in 1967 in a little club in I think in Detroit. He was singing with another group. He was was very nice and tried to help me find a ring someone stole off my finger, I thought it fell on the floor. Rest In Heavenly Peace.

Sleep in Heavenly Peace , Dennis... You will be So Missed but Always Remembered ..Thank You for sharing your Life and Talents with us All... Rest ...

Missed so much.....thanks for so many good times and memories.

I met Dennis Edwards many years ago in Columbus, Georgia. He and his band were playing in the area and I was fortunate to meet him through a friend of mine. He was such a gentleman, he held my baby niece and spoke about how beautiful she was..and we chatted for a couple of minutes. It was a beautiful day and memory. He was so handsome and so down to earth. Thank you Mr. Edwards for sharing your wonderful God given talent with the world!!! May you sing with the angels....

Thank you for sharing your gifts with the world. RIP.

Dennis was a very special person who has a great voice. I was able to see him several times in concert. He was a great singer who loved his Mother and Birmingham, Al. Thanks to you, Dennis, for sharing the gift of music with your many fan. David Fields-Detroit, Miles College

I can't tell you how many times we have attended his concerts in Jersey, in Alabama.My husband and I enjoyed for many years the music thank you for all the joy you brought to us. Jer.29:11 is for our future. Please read... consider.

What a voice that will truly be missed. Thank you for the memories that will last a lifetime. May you sleep in peace. May your family be wrapped in the arms of our Lord for comfort and live on with loving memories.

Pat Allen - Clayton, NC