Tom Kremer, founder of Seven Towns Ltd, died peacefully at home on May 24th, 2017.
Tom, a professional inventor, created over 250 games and toys widely sold worldwide.
As well as being a prolific games inventor, Tom is probably best known for his discovery and popularisation of the Rubik’s Cube.
A spokesperson from Seven Towns said “Tom inspired everyone he met and we are all immensely proud of his lifetime achievements and the legacies he leaves.”
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