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September 18, 2012
A great man...and a great humanitarian. He gave so much and required so little.
Respectfully submitted by Artemus Flagg, Ph. D., LPC - Charlotte, NC
September 18, 2012
September 18, 2012
MR.SABOL,
THANK YOU AND N.F.L.FILMS FOR MAKING THE N.F.L.AMERICA'S PAST TIME.
GOD BLESS
EDDIE O
FLA.
September 18, 2012
To The Sabol Family:

Having been fortunate enough to know Steve for 36 years, please accept my sincere condolences on his passing. Steve was an incredible visionary, much like his father Ed.

The first time I met Steve was when he and an NFL Films crew came to New Orleans for a week to film a special, "Six Days to Sunday" where they followed Coach Hank Stram and the New Orleans Saints. Steve came into my office and requested a few minutes of my time to ask me a few questions on camera. Little did I know, I wouldn't wind up on the cutting room floor.

I never saw the finished product until nearly 30 years later and it revealed my platform shoes and much longer hair.

But more so, it said a lot about Steve. He cared enough to include me in it. After meeting his father months before, Steve took it upon himself to look me up and make me a part of the project.

I last saw Steve (with Ed) in Canton in 2003 for Hank Stram's Pro Football Hall of Fame induction. That is what makes this so sad. And Steve passed away today, on my 60th birthday.

He seemed so vibrant until his illness and had more energy than most people I know.

I am grateful for having had the opportunity to know him and wish you, his family, the love from all his friends. May you be comforted by the many fond memories you have of Steve.
September 18, 2012
You were always so kind to me. Rest in peace.
September 18, 2012
My dad and I became a fan of Pro Football because of Steve and his father.They brought a "human touch"to the game by seeing the players without helmets.We will always remember you Steve.God Bless
September 18, 2012
Thank you for everything that you did for the game of football. Your amazing talent will live forever in your work. Rest in Peace.
September 18, 2012
R.I.P Steve. I loved watching your films. I hope they give you your own room in Heaven to show your films to all the football fans up there.
September 18, 2012
Rest in peace. I have several NFL tapes you created. I always enjoy watching them. You will be sorely missed. My condolonces to your family.
September 18, 2012
Rest in Peace Steve Sabol. Fine job by you.

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