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  • Pete's final performance: Days before death, Bluffton stroke victim performs at hospital

    Pete Sencevicky, from left, Dale Nordby and Joe Bates play a few songs on Tuesday, May 3, 2017 at the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston three days after Sencevicky had a stroke. Sencevicky was founder of the Hilton Head Island Dixieland Jazz Society.

Pete's final performance: Days before death, Bluffton stroke victim performs at hospital

Pete Sencevicky, from left, Dale Nordby and Joe Bates play a few songs on Tuesday, May 3, 2017 at the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston three days after Sencevicky had a stroke. Sencevicky was founder of the Hilton Head Island Dixieland Jazz Society.
Courtesy of Gretta Sencevicky