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December 08, 2016

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December 08, 2016

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January 22, 2013
To Stan's family: our sincere sympathy. Stan's life taken
in total;can be discribed as'the best of the best';atrue reflection of who he really was! Harry Caray's discription of Stan's record breaking hit against the Cub's say's it all 'There it is'! That feat would be repeated over & over again throghout his career. Thanks for the memories Stan! God speed!
January 22, 2013
My love of baseball came from my Dad. We are Polish and Stan Musial made me so proud to be Polish. The Polish people are so proud of their shared heritage. My Dad has been gone since 1969. Losing Mr. Musial is my last connection to my youth. I am going to finally say goodbye to Dad. I know there is alot of polka in Heaven going on. Thank you Stan Musial for being part of my life.
January 22, 2013
Psalms 25:17 Distresses of my heart have multiplied;
From the stresses upon me O bring me out.
January 22, 2013
I was at the Blues game when I saw the news of Stan's death on the jumbo-tron. It seemed everyone there gave a moment of silence because it became quiet as everyone read the news up there. Stan was looking down on the home town team that night and they rewarded #6 with 6. Opening day will never be same without Stan in the processional around the stadium. A true gentleman and role model for all.
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