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February 24, 2018

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March 22, 2009
Mindy and Family, our hearts go out to you and we hope that your memories help you through this time.
March 22, 2009
To the Lascheid Family:

Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this sad time. Regardless of whether we knew him personally or not, any who went to a Pirates' game in the past decades sang along as he played. As this generation rests in God's memory, we will cherish our memories of growing up in this area, and Mr. Lascheid is a part of that.

God promises that under His Kingdom arrangement, all things that cause sadness will be reversed. As we anxiously await the fulfillment of those promises, may you draw comfort and strength from God's word and the many promises therein.

Take Care,
March 22, 2009
To Linda and the entire family;
Our family has such fun filled and fond memories of being your "across the street neighbor".
Our children grew up together and will always remember Vince as a wonderful family man.
He is, indeed, a legend.
March 21, 2009
From 1988 to 1992 I had the pleasure of working Penguins games with Vince. In those days the organ loft at the Igloo was located where the press box is today. We had to climb a ladder then crawl through a hole in the ceiling to enter the loft; nothing more then plywood with a railing around it and the organ. Those were pre-video days and I qued the recorded music; "Hey Song," "Shout," etc. as Vince led the way, playing as only he could. What a great four seasons those were working with Vince, one of the kindest, funniest, most talented people I've ever met. I'm honored to have had him as a friend and will miss him dearly.