Sean Carr Obituary, Ukraine, British rock musician, biker, has Died - Death

Sean Carr Obituary, Ukraine, British rock musician, biker, has Died – Death

Sean Carr Obituary, Death – Sean Carr, a British rock musician, biker, and the ex-husband of Eugenia Tymoshenko, the opposition politician Yulia Tymoshenko’s daughter, passed away on January 8 in Prague, Czech Republic, according to the announcements made by his family and friends on Facebook. Eugenia Tymoshenko was the daughter of Yulia Tymoshenko. In 2005, when Tymoshenko was serving as prime minister of Ukraine, Carr, who is now 49 years old and hails from Leeds in Yorkshire, wed Tymoshenko’s daughter.

Carr is the leader of the Batkivshchyna Party. Carr gained a lot of notoriety in Ukraine thanks to the various public events that he attended with his renowned family. The rock musician had remarried shortly after their divorce in 2012 and relocated to Uzhgorod in western Ukraine the following year. Carr passed away at a hospital in Prague, according to a post that was made on his Facebook page late on January 8 by his daughter, Charlie Herbert-Davies.

On January 8, the rock band known as The Death Valley Screamers, which Carr co-founded in 2005 in Ukraine and headed as the band’s main singer, posted an announcement on their Facebook page revealing the unfortunate news. According to what the post says, Mr. Sean Carr “died away at 10:00 a.m. on August 1, 2018, in his sleep.” Charlie, who was the man’s daughter, was there with him.

On January 8, songwriter and guitarist Mick Lake, who is also from Leeds and co-founded the band Death Valley Screamers along with Carr, posted the following message on Facebook: “R.I.P. Sean, you were a friend for life. We shared some wonderful days together, and because of you, my life is filled with so many truly unforgettable experiences. An internal hemorrhage and issues with his esophagus were the causes of Carr’s death, according to one of the musician’s pals, events promoter Raymond David McRobbie, who spoke to the Kyiv Post. According to McRobbie, the singer had been considering opening a bar in the Czech Republic’s capital city.

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