Tony Barrow, the man who coined the term Fab Four, died on Saturday, May 14 in Morecambe, England at age 80.
Barrow, born May 11, 1936, worked with The Beatles from 1962-1968 and went on to work with the Kinks and The Monkee.
Paul McCartney paid tribute his former PR man in a tweet: "Tony Barrow was a lovely guy who helped us in the early years of The Beatles. He was super professional but always ready for a laugh. He will be missed but remembered by many of us."