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Bernard Lansky

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November 15, 2012
I am so sorry about Mr Lansky. He is and will always be a Memphis Legend. Mr Lansky is in stories that I tell of Memphis, I lived in Memphis for many years, but moved in 1997, when I would come to visit my family I also went to the Peabody to hear the wonderful stories, Mr Lansky had to tell. You will be missed Mr Lansky, but I'm so sure that Elvis is glad that you are there to dress him again. Love you----Dave and Brenda Kalat
November 15, 2012
I will never forget the stories that Mr. B shared, from his signed guitars to Elvis' Cadillacs. He was a tremendous salesman because he took a personal interest in each and every visitor to his store. I am honored to have known such an amazing person and will miss him dearly.
November 15, 2012
I just want to express my condolences to the family...I'm very sorry for your loss.
Scott Taylor
November 15, 2012
I'll always remember you waiting outside of the house on North Trezevant for the ride to work in my grandmother's Buick. I'd ride in between the two of you in the front seat as a small child and remember how you'd wonder whether or not we'd all make it to the store alive because of my grandmother Rachel Herzog's driving skills.
And thank you Bernard, for the wonderful gift of the two tuxedos you gave me to wear when I played the piano for the grand reopening of the Peabody in 1981.
No one could make me laugh like you did did when I was a little boy. We will always love and remember you, your kindness, your charity and the love in your heart for this city, your friends, and your family.
GoodBye mishpucha.
And much love.
-David-

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