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May 14, 2011
I had the pleasure of taking care of Mr. Mandich in the hospital,he never complained and called except when the machines beeped.He gave generous gift for the staff for his calmness and kindness.All of us who have been blessed to have known him,from the immediate family to the fans etc,we take comfort in knowing that we have a special angel and saint watching and interceding for us.Like St.Therese of the Little Flower{she died at an early age never complained about her illness],his mission continues.I am sure he is watching and praying for the Heat right now because he knows what a championship brings to the community.He is truly a Saint in Heaven.
May 9, 2011
Often times when someone passes it is hard to remember their voice, if you are like me I will have no problem remembering Jim's. There are many fine gentlemen that were in those Dolphin teams,tough as nails as players with hearts of gold and compassion for others. If I were clicking the radio and heard Jim's voice..there was no more changing stations..cause you knew he was going to talk some football! He was a prize and we will never forget him...ever! Bless you Mad Dog...keep the chatter going in heaven!
May 7, 2011
My sincerest condolences to the Mandich family.
All of us sports fans in South Florida have lost one of our area most recognizable and passionate radio and TV voices.
I feel very fortunate to have met Jim the summer of 1994. I love sports and radio broadcasting and attended Mandich's 1st broadcasting camp. The experience will always be a highlight reel for me. I'll always remember 2 verbal gems of Jim's. They've been seared in my mind as each phrase was about pursuing a career and living life with integrity and authenticity. He was a wonderful and uplifting teacher.
Thank you, Jim...
May 7, 2011
It was truly a pleasure and an honor to have known you Jim. I was a Dolphin Doll in the 70's when you played. Then, as a flight attendant, we reminisced on the Dolphin charters about the good ole' days and what a great team the Dolphins were.You always had a smile on your face and were kind to everyone.
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