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January 21, 2013
May God grant the family the peace which surpasses all human understanding. With Deepest Sympathy.
January 21, 2013
The loss of a loved can be unbearable. My you find peace in knowing that you are not alone but can find comfort in knowing tat the God of that a person can live again. John 6:40.
January 21, 2013
I wanted to express our families deepest sympathy to the Musial family- We grew up watching and listening to him always-He seemed to me to be a part of our family- A great ballgamer and even more a great man!! "The Man"-
I will always remember him, especially him retirement day- Back then, there was very look recording equipment for the public.I had set up for 19" B?W TV and a polarid camera. I thoguht I get a great pic of the ceremony, and all I got when developed was a blank TV screen and TV itself. This is my time caption of the picture and he always reminds me of my dad and listening to Cards games on the radio.
RIP and you will be missed by all of us-
Dave Blankenship South St. Louis County,Missouri
January 21, 2013
Thank you Stan for all you have done for Cardinal Nation, for St. Louis,and baseball. The world has lost a precious gift. May memories comfort all that have been left behind. You will always be the one and only "The Man". God bless you.
January 21, 2013
"The Man" became my childhood hero in 1958 as I listened to the radio broadcasts of the Cardinals' games in my hometown of Jackson, MS. I was fortunate to see him play at old Sportsman's Park in 1962. Beyond his considerable diamond skills, Stan was the epitome of class, on and off the field. Blessings on his family.
January 21, 2013
What an amazing man. I wish there were more like him in this world. We are fortunate to have had him during our lifetime. Kudos to you Mr.Musial!
January 21, 2013
I remember when Stan came to St. Stanislaus festival. Hespent the entire time talking with his fans and autografing everything back in 1986.I have one and will always thank God for such a great man. Pennsylvania and St. Louis claim him as their own.
January 21, 2013
To the Musial Family:
As so many have stated "Stan the Man" is a legend. His history of hard work, loyalty, and high morals added so much to his baseball career. His wonderful obituary proves all the points that an "Ideal" player should have. His life is also a tribute to his Polish-American heritage.
The fact that Stan was born in Pennsylvania only strengthened our admiration of him, as my family (including myself) were born and raised in a hard working, honest, community outside of Wilkes-Barre.
Our state will always remain proud of him,

God bless him and his family.

Dolores K. Proch
Seymour, CT
January 21, 2013
a first baseman mit by stan musial

Randy Prewitt
January 21, 2013
My first baseball glove I received from my father who is now 85 and loves to watch cardinal baseball was

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