Stay on, stay gold.
Aarp stays sharp.
The world’s greatest rock star and rock star’s biggest fan, John Lennon, has decided to stay on in the business.AARP announced on Monday that Lennon, 84, will retire in December.
Lennon, a singer-songwriter who had long been a fixture on the charts and a key figure in the history of rock, will remain a member of AARP’s board of directors, the nonprofit said in a statement.
Lincoln has been at the helm of the AARP Foundation since 1984.
He also served as president and CEO of the United States Chamber of Commerce.
He died Monday at his home in Los Angeles.
The AARP statement said his death was a loss for all of us.
Lawnson, who won three Grammys and four Brit awards as a singer and guitarist, had been on his deathbed for years.
He was hospitalized in 2007 after contracting tuberculosis.