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January 20, 2013
ONE OF THE GREATEST TO EVER PLAY IN BASEBALL HISTORY. A CLASS ACT BOTH ON AND OFF THE FIELD. HE KNEW ALL TOO WELL THAT IT WAS NICE TO BE IMPORTANT, BUT MORE IMPORTANT TO BE NICE. R.I.P STAN THE MAN
January 20, 2013
Our hero when we were kids. My brother taught me how to stand like Stan the Man at bat. Saw him in person at a Cards vs Brooklyn Dodgers in 1948. RIP, Stan.
January 20, 2013
"Stan the Man" will be Missed by everyone! He was so loved by many, and one of The Greatest and Very Best Players of all Time.! God Bless You, Stan, and to Everyone in his Family, our Sincere Condolences and All of Our Sympathy and Prayers are with you!! God is with you.
January 20, 2013
Earl and Stan, inducted into the ultimate "Hall of Fame" on the same day. Tough day for baseball, great day for the hereafter.
January 20, 2013
Worked for Stan's Clearwater Beach Hilton in Florida in the '70's as the GM's secretary. Had the privilege of meeting and talking to him whenever he was in town. Always had a kind word and ready smile! A very gracious gentleman! Condolences to the family.
January 20, 2013
Stan, RIP. No matter were it at the Hall of Fame autograph signings which at the time were free, or at a card show, you were generous to a fault. I recall chatting with you at breakfast at a show; I did not ask you to sign anything, but you asked if I would like an autograph, and with that you pulled out a card and signed it. On numerous occasions I enjoyed your harmonica rendition of "Take me Out to the Ball Game." May the love of Christ be with you now and forevermore; and may His love comfort your loved ones through this time of sadness. God bless you, Stan the Man.
January 20, 2013
My Grandmother helped bring us up and she was into baseball, so I grew up hearing about "Stan the Man." What a loss. Stan sure will be another great in the annals of history. Our grandchildren, and great grandchildren will know why they are proud to be an American every time they read about the man and his accomplishments.
January 20, 2013
Stan was great gentleman. Very generous and deeply religous man.
January 20, 2013
My Dad and Stan learned to play together as boys in Donora PA. The stories I got were that Stan was the little kid that had to play harder to hang with the bigger boys. R.IP. my friend - you have touched so may lives in a positive way.
January 20, 2013
Truly THE MAN,both in sports and in life. If all sports members were like that. He never faltered in his path.

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