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Moose Skowron

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April 29, 2012
My cousin Cary Czarnecki (the eldest cousin of the Slezak family who knew Moose from our year's on Long Ave. in Cragin) sent this wonderful email to my family about Moose that I wanted to share.

"In my estimation, Moose was one of the most thoughtful and "classy" individuals a person could ever expect to meet. For example, on the first night of my father's (John Czarnecki's) wake, he was one of the first people to arrive so that he could offer his condolences to my mother (Irene). He was also an altar boy at the weddings of both Uncle Chester and Aunt Sophie and my father and mother at St. Stanislaus Bishop + Martyr. Moose's dad, "Pops" Skowron, managed many of the young "Cragin" ballplayers, including our Uncle Chester (Gumpy) and my father... a great man ---Moose."

In later years, I would have the good fortune to meet Moose at functions and would approach Moose abd simply mention my mother Alice, the youngest Slezak girl, and boom, Moose would pull me aside and go right down the list to ask how everyone in our famiy was doing? He would talk about the impact my uncle's had on him, which of course was extremely humbling coming from one of the most humble and sincere people I have ever met.

God Bless You Moose.

Time to go with the pitch and knock in another HUGE run upstairs!
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