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May 14, 2004
Mr. Kalber was a gentleman and a Midwesterner. This combination is probably the closest thing to "objective" journalism any of us will ever see. My Dad met him once in the '60's and said he was a very pleasant and reserved fellow. I admire that.
May 14, 2004
My condolences to the Kalber family on the loss of one of the great voices of television news. I loved how he ended every newscast with a humorous story and seemed to enjoy them as much as I did. I will also never forget the night he ended the news with a personal message to President Nixon: "Mr. President, you are wrong!" God bless him.
May 14, 2004
He was the greatest journalist I have ever watched and listened to.
He'll be missed by all.
May 14, 2004
My mother and I would watch Floyd Kalber on WMAQ TV Channel 5 in the 60's when sets were plain and promotional stories for prime time programs were non-existent. He stopped in a Stuckey's on Interstate 80 where my sister once worked and was a total gentleman.
He was class, no doubt to the end.