Justin Cook: tributes left to Watford 'legend' after sudden death

Justin Cook: tributes left to Watford 'legend' after sudden death

Justin Cook: tributes left to Watford 'legend' after sudden death

First published in News Watford Observer: Photograph of the Author by , Reporter

Floral tributes have been left at a pub in Watford after the death of one of its regulars.

Justin Cook, who lived opposite The Tudor Arms on Bushey Mill Lane, passed away suddenly last week.

There is a board outside with pictures of him on, which is surrounded by floral tributes.

The pub posted a message on their Facebook page on July 7, which said: "The Tudor Arms lost a true legend yesterday - he will be missed by many and be forgotten by none.

"Famous for his karaoke, blazers with jeans, impressions and brilliant sense of humour - he really was one of a kind."

Did you know Justin? Leave your tributes below.

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2:24pm Tue 15 Jul 14

davebarlow81 says...

Justin was a top top bloke, always had a joke to tell you, a wicked laugh and in the 16 years i knew him he didnt once fail to make me laugh, whats more saddening was the fact he was just starting to get into some television work, which if you knew him you would know he would have absolutley have been loving! He used to send me pitures of himself with random cast members of eastenders while he was doing some extra work,
He had so many friends , and to say he will be sorely missed is a huge understatement...
thoughts are with his family at this time
rest in peace mate
Justin was a top top bloke, always had a joke to tell you, a wicked laugh and in the 16 years i knew him he didnt once fail to make me laugh, whats more saddening was the fact he was just starting to get into some television work, which if you knew him you would know he would have absolutley have been loving! He used to send me pitures of himself with random cast members of eastenders while he was doing some extra work, He had so many friends , and to say he will be sorely missed is a huge understatement... thoughts are with his family at this time rest in peace mate davebarlow81
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