Untold Story of Derby County CEO Keith Loring’s Cause of Death
Former CEO of Derby County and Derbyshire County Cricket Club Keith Loring’s cause of death has been kept as a secret after he passed away on Sunday (December 5, 2021) at the age of 76. May he rest in peace.
The heartbreaking news was confirmed by Derbyshire County Cricket Club in their official website; they announced, “Keith originally worked in the Commercial Department at Derbyshire, moving to become Head of Commercial before taking over as Chief Executive in September 2008, remaining in post until 2012.”
The statement added, “Keith had a lengthy and successful career in sport, particularly football, and most notably at Derby County FC. The club would like to extend their condolences to Keith’s wife, Lesley, and to their family and friends.”
Keith Loring was with the Rams from 1995 to 2002 and oversaw the move from the Baseball Ground to Pride Park Stadium, which opened in 1997. In his eight years of career at the club, he additionally witnessed Derby County promoted to the Premier League at the end of the 1995-1996 season.
Also, Mr. Loring was the CEO of Derbyshire County Cricket Club from 2004 to 2012 where he extended the capacity of the venue by adding 1,800 seats as well as a new 300 person capacity marquee.
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What’s Behind Keith Loring’s Cause of Death?
Although there is no official report about Keith Loring’s cause of death at this time, some unofficial sources have started to claim he lost his life due to cancer.
However, US day News does not confirm any rumors; our team is trying to find related information about the tragedy and provide the latest updates as soon as possible. Nevertheless, family privacy should be respected at this difficult time.
Famous figures death news always breaks many hearts; however, fans kindly remember memories, and their idols are alive in their hearts even after death.
He lost his death just a while before his 77th birthday on December 14, after a battle with cancer and soon after the tragic news was released, many of his friends, fans, and teammates expressed their sadness on social media by posting their tributes.
Our team offers its deepest sympathies to his family, friends, fans, and all of his loved ones on these challenging days too. You can also leave a condolence message below the comment box to honor him.
Don Amott, chairman of Mickleover FC, first knew Mr Loring when he served at Derby County and developed a close working relationship at Derbyshire County Cricket Club, where Don was the president and later chairman.
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Their friendship became closer and they worked together for multiple years, with Mr Amott stating that he feels like he has “lost his right arm” and he described Mr Loring as one of Derby’s greatest unsung heroes.
Mr Amott announced, “We worked together for eight years, something like that and we took Derbyshire County Cricket Club from one level to another level. I had the ideas and Keith put them together.”
Mr Loring then followed Mr Amott working at his company, Don Amott Leisure Kingdom, and Mickleover FC where Mr Loring was working until last Wednesday, according to Mr Amott.
Other’s Reactions to Death of Keith Loring
Derby County have also shared a heart touching tribute to beloved Keith Loring in a tweet, writing, “We were today saddened to learn of the passing of Keith Loring, our former chief executive, who worked at the club between 1995 and 2002. Our condolences go to his family and friends. Rest in peace, Keith.”
In a statement on their website, Derbyshire County Cricket Club paid tribute, “Derbyshire County Cricket Club is saddened by the news that former Chief Executive, Keith Loring, has died. Keith originally worked in the Commercial Department at Derbyshire, moving to become Head of Commercial before taking over as Chief Executive in September 2008, remaining in post until 2012.”
Derbyshire Media Company penned, “All at DMC were saddened to learn of the passing of Keith Loring.
“We had worked on several projects with Keith, and he was always a pleasure to deal with. Our love and support goes out to his family, friends, and all at Mickleover FC.”
Rachel Morris, CEO at Relate Derby and founder of Friends of Derby 500 Club, tweeted, “This weekend we have lost one of Derby’s true greats.”
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