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August 6, 2013
My Deepest Sympathy, My Dad and I loved Artie, loved his stories, Loved his passion for life. God Bless
August 6, 2013
R.I.P. Artie. You were a great player and an even greater human being .
August 5, 2013
My Dear Mr. Donovan;

I will miss you dearly. You were a no nonsense man. I enjoyed your visits to Channel 13 every Friday. I will especially miss your spirit, your stories, and your love for the people of Baltimore. To the Family, my heartfelt condolences to you.
August 5, 2013
Ar Donovan, everybody who met you through watching football, reading your book or your David Letterman show appearances loved you.

You were totally down-to-earth and unpretentious, a regular guy who became a hero. If our family had grown up in your Maryland, I'm sure we would have belonged to your country club for the sheer fun of it.

You served the church as an altar boy at early Mass, served your country in WWII, and told it like it was with everyone from Don Shula to Gene Lipscomb.

You were a good Catholic. I know you are in heaven with plenty of kosher baloney and kosher salami.
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