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November 24, 2012
Dear Myron, I don't know why, but today I thought of you. I remember sitting with my father, Mike, listening to you broadcast the Steeler games. I have since moved from Pittsburgh, and my father has, too, passed. I have my terrible towel with me, though. Thank you for all of the great memories. I know you are with my Dad in peace.
April 03, 2010
For Myron... the screechy-voiced announcer whose colorful catch phrases and twirling Terrible Towel became symbols of the Pittsburgh Steelers during an unrivaled 35 seasons in the broadcast booth.

WEEP NOT FOR ME


Do not weep for me when I no longer dwell among the wonders of the earth; for my larger self is free, and my soul rejoices on the other side of pain...on the other side of darkness.

Do not weep for me, for I am a ray of sunshine that touches your skin, a tropical breeze upon your face, the hush of joy within your heart and the innocence of babes in mothers arms.

I am the hope in a darkened night. And, in your hour of need, I will be there to comfort you. I will share your tears, your joys, your fears, your disappointments and your triumphs.

Do not weep for me, for I am cradled
in the arms of God. I walk with the angels, and hear the music beyond the stars.

Do not weep for me, for I am within you;
I am peace, love, I am a soft wind that caresses the flowers. I am the calm that follows a raging storm. I am an autumns leaf that floats among the garden of God, and I am pure white snow that softly falls upon your hand.

Do not weep for me, for I shall never die, as long as you remember me...
with a smile and a sigh.


© Joe Fazio
~
jfazio@gmail.com /Joe Fazio,
Beverly Hills, California
February 02, 2009
Myron, this one is for you....
January 25, 2009
To the Family of Myron Cope: If he were alive today, he would be so proud of the Steelers going to another super bowl. I hope the Steelers win this one for him. I know he is looking down from Heaven and I know he would be saying YOI and Double YOI. May he rest in peace. Linda Kelly
January 19, 2009
Myron Cope to me, was the excitment behind all of the games I watched as a kid. As a teenager I had the honor of being his waiter at the Roling Hills Country Club. I remember just sitting there watching him eat his breakfast thinking " You are the luckest man". He talked about Terry Bradshaw, Franco Harris, and I still get chills when I think back on those days. I am now residing in Arkansas. I went home a few years ago, and I was driving down Route 19 towards South Hills Village, and I passed Mr.Cope on the highway. I got behind him and the light turrned red and I pulled up beside him. I was yelling to him that I wanted him to sign the bobble head I just bought of him, and that it was in my glove box. Mr.Cope said " Lead the way". We pulled in at South Hills Village and he was a perfect gentleman. All I had was a pen and it wasnt very helpful trying to sign resign. I pulled out a beer poster, and he signed it. I was in awe !! Mr. Cope told me to get the New York Times Tomorrow, you will be in it. Little did I know, a reporter for the Times was taking all of this in. I got the paper the next day, and I was stunned.They had made mention of this incounter. Myron Cope's final comment about this was " I didnt set this up ". Rest In Peace, my freind !!!
August 16, 2008
Dearest Myron,
Another season of Steeler Football has begun...We will miss you dearly..I was just thinking about you.
take care and we love you, always.
love Larry and Marlene Gorman
July 26, 2008
Myron Cope was my radio hero in my room listening to him when i was a kid, just the sound of his voice and energy when he did the steelers games he will surely be missed god bless him and his family
June 18, 2008
Myron was one of the great ones and The Steeler Nation has lost a Pittsburgh treasure.
June 07, 2008
Myron was one of my dads favorite people in Pittsburgh. When you think of the Steelers, you think of the Championships, the Curtain, and the Voice, Myron Cope.
May 07, 2008
I loved to listen to this man for several reasons. First, he was a gentleman. I remember hearing him hang up on people, during the talk show on the radio, when he thought manners were not being used, or someone was trying to be stupid. he had a grace about him too. I remember him talking about his wife, and how tender he was discussinghow he and she reacted to each other. He was quite a Pittsburgh guy. This is why we will alwys be Pittsburghers, because we try to be a little like people like him.

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