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November 1, 2013
In 1966 or 1967 my family drove from San Lorenzo, CA to Idaho to visit Clyde Oswald who was a long-time friend of my dad. One afternoon we took a short drive to another guy's house and Clyde, my dad and this other guy had a couple of beers on the front porch. After a while my dad says to me "Do you know who this is?" I said "No" and my dad said "Well, this is Harmon Killebrew, the greatest baseball player to ever walk the face of the earth!" I will never forget that day as long as I live!
November 20, 2012
I have thought of you for many years as I am a Killebrew fan forever. May I finally get to meet you heaven.... And as I am also a Killebrew it would be amazing if I were related. I amd daughter of Dale Henry Killebrew 8-6-1924. I am 47 born 8-15-1965.
March 5, 2012
I met Mr. Killebrew before a card show in Sacramento back in the late '80's, opening the door to the hotel the show was at. He politely thanked me, and later signed a 1973 baseball card I brought with me. I miss going to those old card shows when I was younger, but the memory of being up close to my favorite player is something I will always remember. Life isn't eternal; our memories only last as long as we allow them to. Thank you for a wonderful moment in my childhood, even if it was only memorable to me. RIP "Mr. Logo."
September 3, 2011
Forever and Always
My Lover, My Friend
Forever and Always
'till we meet again!
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