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September 02, 2014
I still miss you Jack ! My Mother adored you also! RIP...
June 15, 2007
I agree with Faye Augins
June 17, 2004
Sharing the "same" name is how I met Jack Paar as a little boy. I kid you not! My dad recognized Jack and his daughter, Randy, on Key Biscayne, oh, probably the late 1950s, near the Miami Seaquarium. My dad walked us over and casually introduced us to Jack. He was very congenial. Odd, I can still see much of it in my memories. Dad and I spent many nights watching his Tonight Show together. So many nights I had tears of laughter. The Oscar Lavant show was my favorite... But he was also a very compasionate man. I read 3 On A Toothbrush too... I never heard much about Randy after the book, but hope that things thru the years have gone well for her... we're near the same age...

So, I extend my thoughts and prayers to the Paar family, and hope they have found comfort in knowing that Jack meant so much to so many, and did so much for people (on his show and his fans) as well as television. No one can hold a candle to him in his role.
April 03, 2004
After returning home from overseas military duty in 1958, I watched Jack's late night show every night. His humorous interaction with his celebrity guests was relaxing for me and helped me gain direction and get my life back on track. I will always be grateful to him for that.
God bless you in comedy heaven, Jack Paar.
February 10, 2004
My deepest sympathies to your family. I expect, though, that you had many terrific years with a truly outstanding man!

I was just a kid when my parents watched Mr. Paar's show. They didn't know it, but I was fascinated by him. I used to get out of bed and listen from the top of the stairs.

One day I was so thrilled. I sent him an autograph book (which I still have) and he returned it with his signature. That was so kind of him.

I'm 54 now, but have always looked for articles, news items and programs about him.

Blessings to your family.
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