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Earl Weaver

Fort Lauderdale, Florida

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As a young boy growing up in Baltimore I loved baseball. Always wanted to play 3rd and wear number 5. Respected number 4 just as much. He was the brains and fire of those great teams. The passion he showed for the game, for what he loved, has stuck with me to this day. God Bless and keep you Mr. Weaver. There will never be another.

May the GOD who comforts all comfort you in your time of pain and grief. (2Corinth.1:3&4). I am sorry for your loss.

From Cheryl Rogers And huge fan Willie Pertry

As a young 11 year old in ruaol NC in 1950, we followed the Winston Sales Cardinals in their pennant winning year. While listening on the radio,the anouncer would often remind us the whistleing we heard was coming fron 2B - Earl Weaver. Years later I took the championship team picture I had saved from the Winston Salem paper & John Lowenstein assisted in getting Earl to sign it. I traasure it today - he was one of my alltime favorites, I also love tomatoes. My heart goes out to the family.

You will be forever in our hearts,Earl!You gave my 2 sons great memories that will never be forgotten!ORIOLES

My childhood hero. Thank you for wonderful memories.

Dr. Testa
Westkake, Ohio

A Minnesota Twins fan remembers your antics with the umpires. Always loved it!! RIP and God Bless.

Psalms 90:10 talks about those living to be eighty years old or older as having special mightiness. That can certainly be said of Mr. Earl Weaver. I am truly sorrow for the loss that his family and friends must be feeling at this time.

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Weaver, Earl S., 82, of Pembroke Pines passed away January 19, 2013. He was born August 14, 1930, in St. Louis, MO. Survivors include his loving wife, Marianna and beloved children Mike (Karen) Weaver; Rhonda Harms; Theresa (Pat) Leahy and Kim (Ken) Benson as well as seven grandchildren and three...

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