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October 6, 2013
Lewis was a Son of the South and a Dawg through and through - I hope somehow he understood how much happiness and food for thought he gave us and I'm thankful that God let us borrow him for an all to short a time. God has a good man with him now, a kind, gentle and funny man and I'm sure Lewis insisted that his mansion be in Southern part of heaven right next to his Mama's. I know that right now he's sitting there scratching Catfish on the head, sipping a cold one and waiting on the next Georgia game to start. Lewis, we all miss you so much. Your work was timeless and a whole new generation is getting to know and love you.
June 18, 2013
I discovered Lewis Grizzard as a youngster and read most of his books and his columns. He was an amazing, original, true, honest, and loved individual. I cried when he died; he died the year I graduated high school. Now I am 37 and can't believe he was only 10 years older than I am now when he died. The South and the world lost a treasure when he died but he'll always live on in our hearts and funny bones. Love and miss you Lewis
May 16, 2013
Lewis continues, even today, to bring joy to my heart and a smile to my lips. I read 1 article from 1 of his books each night before I go to sleep to create a fun sleep time.
March 31, 2013
Lewis and I were fraternity brothers at UGA and he convinced me to quit wearing oaks in 1966 and I still do not wear socks except when its below 32 degrees. His driver, James Shannon, was Los a good friend, who saved me many times from getting a DUI by taking me home.
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