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January 25, 2015

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August 27, 2011
Hello Susie, I would like to offer my belated sympathy to you and hope that you get this message. I would like to touch base with you after all of these years..
Love to reminisce and find out what you are up to.

Love to you and your family , Jannie
March 22, 2010
Always enjoyed Mr. Laschied's musical musings at Pittsburgh sporting events.
March 19, 2010
I love you Daddy. I miss you Daddy. one year ago today you went to heaven and the world will never be the same without you. I know you are at peace. I look forward to the day we see each other again.
Sending beams of peace,love, light, happiness and all your dreams coming true. You totally deserve it. You were the B E S T
Love, your baby daughter
Mindy
March 6, 2010
I've been fortunate enough to been around sports all my life, and one of the institutions for all things good and fun about sports was embodied in Vince. Starting as a little kid going to my first Penguins games and following them as a big fan, I was amazed at how this organist continually found ways to punctuate the action with something clever or incredibly timely. His ability to add to the atmosphere and get the crowd clapping and into the game was amazing. He would take the traditional four beat "dum-dum-dum-dum" chord beat and get the crowd clapping and roll into something like the "Nutcracker Suite" with the crowd just merrily clapping along. Who would of thunk that at a sporting event? But that was Vince. Unorthodox, clever, funny, with an uncanny sense of timing that made growing up as a sports fan in Pittsburgh extra special. When I think of those special icons of sports that made it so fun to be a fan - like Bob Prince, Myron Cope and Mike Lange - I always thought of Vince. Part of our Pittsburgh sports fan Mt. Rushmore. Thanks for all you gave to us Vince!!
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