“May the God of all comfort strengthen the family and friends of Lillian Musial. God promise that one day soon He will restore the earth to a paradise and then mankind will be able to live forever in peace and harmony in perfect health. What a glorious prospect for all mankind!
“RIP - thanks to the musial family for being great role models
“She was a kind and sweet woman. God bless her
andkeep her.She was a star in her own right.
Joe and Carole Vatterott
“So sory to hear of your loss of Mrs. Musial. I am a good friend of Marty and had the opportunity to meet Mr. Musial on two occasions with Marty.
Our prayers are with your family at this time.
“I never met Mrs. Musial, but I took the time to read the memorials to her from people who were touched by her generosity. What a wonderful way to be remembered...there are so many touching stories here about her selflessness and giving spirit. May her life and her generosity be an inspiration to us all, and may her eternal reward reflect the seeds of kindness that she sowed that will grow and bloom forever.
“Always remember their pretty home on Westward Way or near Jamison & seeing them sitting on their front porch. Marty Hebron,now Branson,Mo.In prayer for the beautiful Family.
“What a beautiful lady.
“Hello Stan and Lil's family, all your buddy's in Ohio send their love and respect, and support to you all in the loss yet very fond memories of great times with the Musials, Lakes, Millers, and Kerrs in the Kerr-uiser driving to CoopersTown for your Big Day, into the Hall of Fame. Thanks for and here are to the Memories with you, most respectfully the Nada and Kenny Kerr Family, Ohio
“My dad sat next to Mrs. Musial at the 1956 All Star Game in D.C. She took the program home, had Stan and Ted Kluszewski sign it, and mailed it to me. It was extremely kind of her. I still have it and one signed by Stan in 1962. Thank you again Mrs. Musial. RIP.
Larry M. Raskin, Ph.D.
Musial, Lillian Suzan Labash Fortified with the Sacraments of the Holy Mother Church at 6 p.m., May 3. Born in Donora, PA on October 1, 1920. Loving wife of her high school sweetheart, Stanley F. Musial, with whom she celebrated almost 73 years of marriage. Devoted mother of Dick Musial (Sharon...Read More