Dam good announcer. thanks
I remember meeting Allan Musser
in 7th grade at Pacific Beach Jr. High
in San Diego, California in 1974,
and us talking about Philadelphia sports,
the Tastycake sign on the highway near Veterans Stadium. As a lifelong Phillies fan, memories of listening to Andy Musser, Harry Kalas, and Richie Ashburn
while growing up, in college in Boston
on WCAU which carried a signal to New England, are memories I have always cherished.
What wonderful memories. Andy and sports broadcasting. I always tuned in on his broadcast,there was something fammiliar and pleasant about his voice. Member of class of 57
Greatful for Andy`s dignity and class, humour and accruacy whenever
he broadcast. He was the core of the most memoriable games that
i was privilaged to. GOD bless his familay, and many many fans.
Ed Keith, (Formerly of NJ, now NC.)
I was on my way home from Philly when Schmidty hit his memorable home run in Montreal to clinch the division in 1980. What a great call Andy had;"He buried it". I almost wrecked the van. Thanks, Andy.
The Class of '57 from West Shore High School is remembering Andy today...a kind and gentle guy with a great sense of humor and a winning smile. He was a friend to all and his West Shore classmates and friends in Lemoyne will miss him. Our sympathy to his family, with kindest regards, Beverly Cline Greenwald...WSHS '57.
Sympathy & kindest regards to the Musser family & friends wherever they may be. God bless one & all. Take care.
So long, Andy. Many a night I spent listening to the Phils while you were broadcasting in the side yard with my dad. Say hello to By, Whitey, and Harry for me. Go Phillies!
I spent many a night listening to the Phillies on the radio with Andy Musser calling the game. He was one of my favorite broadcasters. My prayers go out to his family. God Bless all.
To the the family of Andy Musser - May God give you peace and comfort through his word and the Lord Jesus Christ during this time of sorrow, I know that he will be missed by many.
I am so sorry to hear about Andy's passing. He and my late husband, Ken Berman had many, many rides to the basketball games together, and they both enjoyed each other a great deal. He was always a gentleman. My sympathies are with your entire family at this difficulty time.
To Andy Musser's Family and Friends,
"May you have undeserved kindness and peace from God the Father and the Lord Jesus Christ."(2Thessalonians 1:2)
With Deepest Sympathy.
I always enjoyed listening to Andy's coverage of The Phillies.
With his passing, Philadelphia loses another "Giant" in the Sports Broadcasting World. I will miss him as well as countless of other Philadelphians and former Philadelphians do already.
Go with GOD and rest in peace forever and ever.
Gene, Fort Myers, Fl.
May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.
I have fond memories of listening to Andy Musser and Sonny Hill broadcasting 76ers games. Andy Musser really inspired me to play and listen to basketball. I liked his baseball play by play too. Very sorry to hear of his death. He and Scott Graham are/were my favorite announcers.
To the Musser family, my sympathy for the loss of your beloved one. May the God of all comfort strengthen you at this time of sorrow. Erma L. Davis, IL.
RIP Andy,you made listening and watching the Phils more enjoyable. The team is all together now in heaven,you, Harry and Whitey