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October 12, 2012
Rip Beano first heard you on the fabulous sports babe show.
October 12, 2012
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
October 12, 2012
Thank you for sharing a part of your life life us.
October 12, 2012
An American treasure has passed! God Bless and RIP Beano!
October 12, 2012
During this time of sorrow, may the family look to God for comfort and strength. "He will comfort all the mourning ones" Isaiah 61:2
October 12, 2012
One of the signs of a wonderful man is his loyalty to his city and his University. Beano had both, was proud of both, and until his last breath was telling the world abot both. I first met Beano in 1958 as a fellow collegue in the Sports Information business,when I was at Xavier and we remained friends forever no matter where his journeys took him and mine took me to LSU and the Houston Oilers. There was never a time when his travels brought him to Houston, that we wouldn't get together.
Oh year, Beano was a very funny man, but what so many people never learned was that Beano also had a great understanding of the game of football.
I can see him now, sitting alongside the Lord and chiding a host of passed on football coaches, with smarts and humor.
I will miss Beano. So will college football.
October 12, 2012
So sorry for your family and the loss of your loved one. Your grief will be very painful so I hope that the words at Psalms 94:19 will give you some comfort.
October 12, 2012
Beano was not only an old friend, but an old love. We met at Pitt in the late 50'sand dated for several years. I remember him asking if we should get married. My reply was that he was already married to Pitt and football. What I remember most about Beano was his irrepressible personality, and his ability to make me laugh. He was a kind person, a real gentleman and I am proud to have known him.
Vale, Beano Joan Gajadhar , Wellington, NZ
October 12, 2012
I am at a loss for words because what can you say about Beano? He was an original. Nobody will be the next Beano. And he will be missed. It's still hard to believe I won't be able to hear him answer the phone one more time, "Columbo.'' I just wish he had left behind a message for his guest book. It would have been funny and witty the way he always was. Don't you think he's nw talking to Blaik and Leahy about the '46 ND-Army 0-0 tie? RIP.
October 12, 2012
Going to miss him and Ivan on the Podcast... great CFA knowledge!

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