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February 12, 2016

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February 12, 2016

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February 3, 2013
That's great, David! My father had this kind of relationship with Jack Nicklaus and with the earlier great golfers when he was a caddy as a kid.
February 3, 2013
My dad and I saw the 5 home runs against the Giants and Stan's last game in '63, as well as many in between. Stan surely was the idle of every boy that played baseball in St. Louis as a kid. Dave '41
February 3, 2013
I have a long list of relatives who will be standing in the receiving line in heaven waiting to greet Stan and talk baseball.
I remember meeting him when I worked for Eastern Airlines when Stan and his wife were flying to Florida in the late 60's. I handed him the St Louis Sunday paper to read.
"Jesus Loves You"
February 2, 2013
After listeningto the funeral Mass of Stan "THE Man" Musial last Saturday over KMOX--no TV of it here--I becamw more convinced than ever we had a walking "true to life" SAINT among us. I wonder what it would take-- Cardinal Dolan perhaps--to get him declared a SAINT in the Roman Catholic Church, a civilian who practiced his Faith and held it as a number one priority in his life although being a civilian and a professional baseball player? I don't think we ever had one like him or maybe, never will. Like all "SAINTS" he would be a model of inspiration for all us Catholics.

I got to know Stan vis his son Dick and CBC while announcing the CBC football games.

Nick Stein, Melbourne, Florida
Graduate of CBC, Class of 1942
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