Duke Fakir, of the Four Tops hugs a well wisher after the funeral of Motown Legend Levi Stubbs Jr
About 2,500 people gathered at Greater Grace Temple to pay final respects to the celebrated Four Tops singer, Levi Stubbs, who died Oct. 17 after several years battling health problems. On hand were key figures from Stubbs’ life, including Motown Records founder Berry Gordy Jr., Duke Fakir, of the Four Tops, singer Smokey Robinson, Dennis Edwards, of the Temptations, singer Martha Reeves, family friend the Rev. Jesse Jackson and Cliniece Stubbs, his wife of 48 years.
Motown founder, Berry Gordy
Songwriter Brian Holland embraces a well wisher. He and his writing team, Holland-Dozier-Holland, were responsible for all of the hits sung by the Four Tops!
Rev. Jesse Jackson
Cal Street, lead singer of the Velvelettes takes a flower from the hearse leading the procession of Motown Legend Levi Stubbs Jr.
Pallbearers carry out Motown Legend Levi Stubbs Jr. at the Greater Grace Temple Church in Detroit.