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February 18, 2013
Condolences to the family of Mr. Buss, he was a friend, a class act, and a man I learned a lot from.
February 18, 2013
Godspeed
February 18, 2013
A great loss to basketball
February 18, 2013
I myself is a newcomer to Jerry's team, but my husban is not. He came to me sadden by the news of his passing. Family there is a time for healing, God is with you lean on Him. Psalm 25:2 Oh my God; I trust in thee: let me not be ashamed, let not mine enemies triumph over me.
February 18, 2013
The best thing that happened to the Lakers, is that you became their owner, and even though I am not from LA, I am forever a Laker fan, because of you Mr. Buss, rest in peace, and may God assign you a team in heaven.
February 18, 2013
Rest in Peace and God Bless... BRANDENBERG FAMILY
February 18, 2013
In loving memory of a wonderful person. We will love you and miss you always.
February 18, 2013
Thank you for bringing "SHOWTIME" to the Lakers. You saved a failing NBA with your style of ownership that others had to follow. I'm a "LAKER" fan for life!!!!!!!!!!!
February 18, 2013
Rest in peace.
February 18, 2013
To Jeanie and the Buss Family:

I had the honor and privilege to meet your father, when I invited him 28 years ago to throw out the "First Ball" prior to an NCAA Division II College World Series Game. He could have said "no", but he drove out (along with Bob Steiner) and couldn't have been nicer. He was honored that night as an "American Sports Legend" and it felt good to bestow that honor upon him. He was in great company too, for on another night we honored Chuck "The Rifleman" Connors.

More importantly, he had a great time. So good, in fact, he later mentioned it in an interview in the Los Angeles Times.

I never had the chance to see him again after that, but will never forget the joy it brought him and me, for having made the right choice and extend the invitation and for his acceptance.

He was a true gentleman and was gracious and polite. He took time to get to know me and I treasure it as one of the most emotional moments of my life.

I join all of you in mourning his loss, but celebrating his championship life!
May many fond memories of him console you in the days ahead.

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