Tony Winchester Death and Obituary, Who was Tony Ray Winchester? Twitch streamer rsgloryandgold dies of cancer at 69
Twitch anchor Tony “RS GloryAndGold” Winchester has died at 69 after battling brain cancer.
Winchester is known for streaming his audience on Twitch, and his channel has over 351,000 followers. He died on October 12.
News of his death was posted on the content creator’s Twitter page on October 14, with the words: “Tony passed away.”
Just five days before his death, Tony announced that he would prepay for his funeral and set up a GoFundMe page for fans to support his family during this difficult time.
The fund will also pay for his cremation.
It has a goal of $50,000 on the page, and at the time of writing, over $40,000 has been raised through 1,300 donations.
In a message to his donors, RSGloryAndGold wrote on his GoFundMe: “Hi, my name is Tony Winchester. I’m 68 years old. I’ve been diagnosed with a brain tumor. I’m in a different area of the brain Had two malignant tumors that left me blind, had severe headaches, and couldn’t do my favorite thing, which was streaming…
“I hope I can count on your continued love and support at this difficult time in my life. I can’t thank you enough for your support. I am a fighter and I will do everything in my power to defeat this cancer. Don’t forget me Love you all, you have given me purpose and joy in life.”
He has since passed away, sparking a flurry of news from the Runescape community — the game he’s best known for streaming — and others in the content creation world.
Twitter users rave about RSGloryAndGold
One fan of the anchor said: “Rest in peace Tony…you’re funny when I tune in and a better person to a lot of people. Heaven will welcome you with open arms. Thank God great man .”
H3 podcast host Ethan Klein added: “Rest in peace Tony, my friends will miss you.”
Another user said: “Such sad news, he was a great man and made a lot of people laugh and forget their troubles. Just rest in peace legend.”
“Rest Tony, you fought so hard in this battle. Thank you for inspiring others to do what they love to do, regardless of what society tells you. Tony’s family, you know, it’s also sad that he’s asleep. So condolences and Hold on to love,” another said.
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