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January 31, 2013
Draw close to God and he will draw close to you. Our prayers are with the family.
January 31, 2013
prayers to your family and friends
January 31, 2013
Stan was my hero growing up. From when I listened to the '46 series, the Cards and Stan Musial became the favorites of a 10 year old, upstate NY kid. Saw Stan play at Forbes Field when my brother in law, who lived in Mt. Pleasant PA, took me to the Pirates game. What a thrill to see Stan the man. I cherish the memory. My sincere condolences to the Musial family.
January 31, 2013
My sympathy to the Musial family,

A tip of the cap to one of the best both on and off of the field.From a saddened fan of the New York Yankees.

May he be granted eternal rest.
January 31, 2013
RIP AND WILL NEVER BE FORGOTTEN
January 30, 2013
My dad. Ed Turek. appparently played baseball against you in Hawaii while you were both in the military. You led the life that maybe my dad would have, if he would have signed that minor league contract that he was offered. Again, his parents urged him to marry and get a job because to them baseball was recreation. His parents were Polish immigrants too, first generation in the US, and the grown kids were expected to work and give their earnings to the family unless they were getting married. So many times I think my dad had regrets for not following his dream. Thanks for letting us live our dream through your life! My dad was a real decent guy just like Stan. A genuine gentleman and good role model for young men. I picture my dad welcoming Stan in heaven and they are playing baseball together. Of course you know, my dad was also a left handed first baseman! I guess they will have to take turns out on the field! Wishing your family peace and comfort from reading all of these wonderful memories of your dad and messages from admiring fans!
January 30, 2013
condolences to Dick and the entire Musiel family from Tamara & Alvin Cohen and family. Old neighbors of Dick from Hollywood,Florida
January 30, 2013
Gone but never forgotten.
January 30, 2013
My father named me after Stan. I was lucky to see him play as a child. I played first base and batted left-handed in high school and married a girl named Lil. Stan was both my childhood hero and my lifetime hero. There will never be another like him. Thanks for the memories.
January 29, 2013
You were the greatest hero of my life. I
last watched you play 50 years ago, and I
am still your biggest fan.

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