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March 1, 2003
The entire world has suffered a great loss....Fred Rogers will always be in our hearts and his wonderful success in helping us all raise our children will be a legacy for many years to come. He truly was a gentleman and your spirit was lifted just by seeing him and stopping for a quick chat ...he always had time for everyone. Our condolences to his family...we all share your feelings in this great loss.
Sincerely, Patricia Calderone and family.
March 1, 2003
Having growing up in Saxonburg, Pa and raising our 3 sons in Glenshaw, PA, Mister Rodgers was an integral part of our life.

One story of how he was an excellent example of goodness and Christian influence on young peoples lives was when his car was stolen. When the young person realized that the car he (they) took was owned by Mister Rodgers, he returned it right away.

May God Bless Mister Rodgers in his new 'Neighborhood' and continue to use him in paradise.

Elizabeth Yingling Montgomery
March 1, 2003
What a wonderful man. You who lived with him must be wonderful too and thus contributed to and enhanced his life and work. Many Blessings
March 1, 2003
I go way back to The Childern's Corner and Josey Carrey (I'm 56) I learned to count to 10 in French thanks to "Granper" and had my stripe scratched like Daniel S. Tiger..Mr.Roger's death is like losing a member of the family and Pittsburgh and the world will be worse off for it..My sympathy to his family and many neighbors
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