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January 20, 2013
Dear Musial Family:

Stan is my favorite all time Cardinal. I watched him play at Sportsman's park many times. Also on TV and the radio the day he hit 5 homers. My Dad also came from Poland and worked in the steel mills in Pittsburgh before moving to St. Louis. I have been a Cardinal fan for 75 years and watched every game last year on TV. I have a Stan shirt that I treasure. Accept my condolences. God Bless. Al Wier
January 20, 2013
we will miss you Stan,I've been a fan since I was 9 years old ( I'm 66 years old now) and when ever I thought of Baseball your name was always on my mind. I will miss you Baseball will never be the same and will never forget you.
January 20, 2013
Stan the (Gentle) Man. What Joy and thrills he brought (memory will continue) to all over the years. He truly played the game. Among the last of the GREAT GENERATION.
Thank you kind Sir!

To all family members and friends. Please accept our deepest sympathies.
As the days and weeks pass and as you attempt to return to life's routine, may you feel comforted by the love, presence and support of Christ Jesus and of family and friends.

Those we love, leave us gifts in the form of memories that no one can take away. May we cherish such gifts in the days to come. May they bring comfort to your hearts. Earth has no sorrow that Heaven cannot heal.

May Christ Jesus Smile upon you, bless and hold you tight.

May the Lord watch over You and I until we meet again. Genesis 31:49
January 20, 2013
you are the greatest R.I.P.MIC
January 20, 2013
I was first introduced to Stan in August 1957, and he has been my hero ever since. Stan was the ultimate ball player as well as the consummate gentleman. St. Louis will always miss him.
January 20, 2013
Most people do not understand the tradition of Baseball in STL unless you're from their. It is CARDINALS tradition!! Stan Musial is and always will be the Cardinals!! The "MAN" was graceful, gentle and warm with all the heroics of a giant. It will not be the same on opening day seeing the traditional Clydesdale's followed by Stan the Man!
I think this year on opening day when family and friends say " let's meet at the Musial statue" say thank you to the "MAN" for he made Cardinal baseball for what it is today.
Rest in Peace Stan! God Bless You.
January 20, 2013
REST IN PEACE STAN. ALWAYS A GREAT PLAYER AND GREAT EXAMPLE OF WHAT A PRO ATHLETE SHOULD BE. YOU ARE THE MAN.
January 20, 2013
The year was 1963 & The LA Dodgers had a 3 game lead over the St. Louis Cardinals & they were set to play a 3 game series to determine who will go to the World Series vs the NY Yankees. In game # 1 The score was tied 1-1 when Tommy Davis led off the bottom of the 9th with a game winning homerun, Gm # 2 saw the Dodgers once again win thanks to a homerun hit by rookie Dick Nen in his first Major league game. The Dodgers won game 3 and swept the series knocking the Carinals out of contetntion. The Dodgers beat the Yankees 4-0 to win the World Series. Stan the Man, Sandy Koufax & the late Don Drysdale were the big players for both teams when the Dodgers played the Cardinals. How ironic it was Stan's last season & the following season The Cardinals played the Yankees in the 64 World Series & beat them 4-3.Stan missed by one year of getting another ring. A true icon who will be missed by his loyal teammates, friends & Family.
Stan will always be remembered by the way he wiggled his fanny when batting at the plate.
January 20, 2013
Stan "The Man" Musial showed everyone how it should be done...as an athlete and as a man. May he rest in peace, and may God Bless his family and all those close to him!
January 20, 2013
You can not grow up in St. Louis and not love Stan the Man...I came from a family of Cardinals fans...still have his picture from going to Stan and Biggies...where he would greet all the tables, especially if there were kids...he seemed larger than life to me! My sympathies to the Musial family. Powodzenia, Stan!!

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