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October 26, 2013
One of the kindest people I've met in recent years - didn't seem to be a person in the world that he didn't like or was willing to befriend. The last time I saw him he came up to me after I had been away from Sports Page for a month and said, "I haven't seen you in awhile" - I thought that was so kind. You'll truly be missed, Otto.
October 16, 2013
On the surface the Bohemian and the Jewish guy (yes his words) had nothing in common, but I was proud to call him my friend. Had many long talks on life and sports, always told me no matter what do right by your kids, words he certainly lived by. He was such a great and caring guy, I will truly miss him.
October 16, 2013
Otto will be missed very much. He was such a wonderful caring person, always being there for Pat. I will miss the times we laughed and all of the times you spoke of Wrigleyville. God bless you, you will be truely missed. xo
October 15, 2013
I knew Otto for 9 years and shared a lot of baseball stories and many beers with him. Not one conversation went by without him telling me how bad he felt for his wife, Pat. He always told me "Pray for Pat." I have daily for a long time, and started praying for him also. I always called him "Uncle Otto" and I can truly say I loved the man. Now he can be at peace and hang out with Frank, Babe and Ted Williams. Sports Page will NEVER be the same.
October 15, 2013
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