Ted Loh- An Online Casino Industry Gent.

Posted on September 29th, 2010

It has been over a week now since the Online Casino industry lost one of it’s most respected members: Ted Loh aka Spearmaster.
I only met Ted a couple of times, but I have been struck by the depth of feeling about his passing away  from all manner of people involved in the industry.

He was certainly a true Gent, and someone who fought hard to promote fair play and ethics within the industry.

Ted passed away on the 21st September 2010 after a year long battle with liver cancer, and leaves behind a loving wife and three young children, Jenny, Shelly and Billy.

How to help Ted´s Family, who had been battling with the medical costs since Ted became ill.

In an effort to save his life, Ted had been racking up some pretty scary medical bills over the past year. If you would like to help his family to cope with the aftermath of this tragedy, please consider donating to the following fund, or playing at the following casinos. The links have been set up to divert all commisions to the fund). Thankyou.

Rest in Peace Ted. My sincere condolences to his family and close friends.

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