Dick Enberg
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SAN DIEGO (AP) - Dick Enberg, a Hall of Fame broadcaster known as much for his excited calls of "Oh my!" as the big events he covered during a 60-year career, has died. He was 82.

Enberg's daughter, Nicole Enberg Vaz, confirmed the death to The Associated Press. She said the family became concerned when her father didn't arrive Thursday on his flight to Boston, and he was found dead at his home in La Jolla, a San Diego neighborhood, with his bags packed.

His daughter said the family believes Enberg died of a heart attack but was awaiting official word.

"It's very, very, very shocking," said Vaz, who lives in Boston. "He'd been busy with two podcasts and was full of energy."

Enberg's wife, Barbara, already was in Boston and was expecting his arrival.

The family "is grateful for the kind thoughts and prayers of all of Dick's countless fans and dear friends," according to a statement released by Enberg's attorney, Dennis Coleman. "At this time we are all still processing the significant loss, and we ask for prayers and respectful privacy in the immediate aftermath of such untimely news."

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Enberg got his big break with UCLA basketball and went on to call Super Bowls, Olympics, Final Fours and Angels and Padres baseball games as well as Rams football games.

He retired from his TV job with the Padres in October 2016, capping a six-decade career punctuated with countless calls of "Oh my!" in describing big plays. He also was well known for his baseball catchphrase of "Touch 'em all!" for home runs.

"Dick was an institution in the industry for 60 years and we were lucky enough to have his iconic voice behind the microphone for Padres games for nearly a decade," Padres owners Ron Fowler and Peter Seidler said in a statement.

Raised in Armada, Michigan, Enberg's first radio job was actually as a radio station custodian in Mount Pleasant, Michigan, when he was a junior at Central Michigan. He made $1 an hour. The owner also gave him weekend sports and disc jockey gigs, also at $1 an hour. From there he began doing high school and college football games.

During his nine years broadcasting UCLA basketball, the Bruins won eight NCAA titles under coach John Wooden. Enberg broadcast nine no-hitters, including two by San Francisco's Tim Lincecum against the Padres in 2013 and 2014.

He said the most historically important event he covered was "The Game of the Century," Houston's victory over UCLA in 1968 that snapped the Bruins' 47-game winning streak.

"That was the platform from which college basketball's popularity was sent into the stratosphere," Enberg said just before retiring from the Padres. "The '79 game, the Magic-Bird game, everyone wants to credit that as the greatest game of all time. That was just the booster rocket that sent it even higher. ... UCLA, unbeaten; Houston, unbeaten. And then the thing that had to happen, and Coach Wooden hated when I said this, but UCLA had to lose. That became a monumental event."

Enberg's many former broadcast partners included Merlin Olsen, Al McGuire, Billy Packer, Don Drysdale and Tony Gwynn. He even worked a few games with Wooden, whom he called "The greatest man I've ever known other than my own father."

Enberg called Padres games for seven seasons and went into the broadcasters' wing of the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2015 as the recipient of the Ford C. Frick Award.

"There will never be another Dick Enberg," CBS Sports Chairman Sean McManus said. "As the voice of generations of fans, Dick was a masterful storyteller, a consummate professional and a true gentleman. He was one of the true legends of our business."

John Ireland, the radio voice of the Los Angeles Lakers, tweeted : "If there was a Mount Rushmore of LA Sports Announcers, Dick Enberg is on it with Chick Hearn, Vin Scully and Bob Miller. Rams, Angels, UCLA, NBC, and so much more. Was the first famous announcer I ever met, and he couldn't have been nicer. Definition of a gentleman."

Enberg won 13 Sports Emmy Awards and a Lifetime Achievement Emmy. He received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and UCLA named its Media Center in Pauley Pavilion after Enberg this year.

At halftime of a UCLA game in February, former Bruins stars Bill Walton and Jamaal Wilkes presented Enberg with a No. 8 jersey, signifying the number of championships he called.

"That's not going to happen again," Enberg said before the game. "Who was looking over me? To be able to come in and ride the Wooden Wave."

"Kindest, most proactive possible treatment of newcomers in this business, for the length of his career," broadcaster Keith Olbermann said of Enberg on Twitter . "What a terrible loss."

The Hollywood Chamber of Commerce said flowers will be placed Friday on Enberg's star on the Walk of Fame.

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Written by BERNIE WILSON, AP Sports Writer


Copyright © 2017 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.
Published in Legacy on Dec. 22, 2017.
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March 26, 2020
I am sorry regarding the loss of your loved one. I was wandering why I hadnt seen him on TV, anywhere. I didn't realize, he had passed, until reading his obituary. May the God of Comfort, continue to comfort the family.
June 6, 2018
We miss you Dick!!!!
Camille and Mark Stratton
March 30, 2018
Grew to love spring time through baseball then the seasons would continue Oh My what a great year I would realize after it was done. Then before you knew it spring began again Oh My! Mr. Endberg carried me through. It's very hard not to follow the rules I'm sorry again there's dick & vin that's it!!!
Matthew Toole
March 27, 2018
Although known for his California sportscasts, Dick was a salt of the earth Midwest man with a heart and passion of good.

May God bless you and your family during this very sad time.

Will always remember your Chicago broadcasts for DePaul games with Al McGuire. "Oh My!"

You had great fun times here and Chicago will never forget you.

RIP.....
Buck Roberts
March 11, 2018
Like, his name, "Dick Enberg", He had to be a really Strong and Tough person, and He probably wants His Family to have Those Traits too and Carry on His Legacy with God Almighty's Strength and Do It With Class!!! Hail to you, Mr. Enberg!!!
January 31, 2018
What an amazing life Mr. Enberg lived. The beautiful words of his colleagues and friends speaks volumes of his character.
To the family:
May your mourning soon be overshadowed with hope and strength giving joy. Matthews reminded us, "happy are those who mourn, since they will be comforted,"- Matthews 5:3 No doubt such kind words of others bring you comfort.
MA
January 23, 2018
To the Enberg Family:

I am grateful to have grown up in an era that I had a chance to hear your husband, father, and colleague share his gift! He always enhanced any event that he covered and he is already sorely missed. The NFL won't be the same without him, but may GOD Bless you all during difficult time and my prayers are with you. Well Done Dick and God ... said "Oh My" when Dick walked through those pearly gates.
Shawn Thomas
January 15, 2018
R.I.P. Mr Enberg, you were one of the best! Thoughts and prayers to family and friends!
DALE BERGER
January 13, 2018
Barbara and family I am so very sorry to hear this news. Dick was one of those wonderful professionals to whom many look up to. I enjoyed listening to him on many occasions broadcasting many events, especially his moments to remember from the olympics for the children. Ginnie (Great Barrington, MA. my grandmother, Helen and your mother were wonderful friends).
Virginia Reed
January 9, 2018
DickYou were one of my sports heroes, and you'l be missed!
Mark Schultz
January 8, 2018
I would like to express my deepest sympathy to the family for their loss of a talented man who will be remembered for his voice. I hope you find comfort and help in God during this time of mourning.
M C
January 2, 2018
I remember watching Dick Enberg broadcast on numerous sports events over the years, he was a true professional. Condolences to his family.
Kent Sivadge
January 2, 2018
I enjoyed listening to Dick call games all my life. He was the best!
Walter Tindall
December 31, 2017
I had the great pleasure of working with Dick while I was employed at Humboldt State University and he graciously agreed to chair a campaign to raise funds for a new computer laboratory. Having benefited from a modest scholarship when he was a student at Central Michigan, Dick was an enthusiastic supporter of higher education and his leadership role in our endeavor was a major factor in its success. From our interactions, I came away with both an appreciation for his selfless assistance and a feeling that this was a man who epitomized the term "gentleman."
Don Christensen
December 30, 2017
My condolences to Dicks family and friends. I remember as a boy listening to his "touch em all" home run calls doing Angels games. Rest in peace
Phillip Webber
Friend
December 29, 2017
I lost my 60 year old Phi-Sig college friend. Cheers to a great guy. From your brother Archie Miller, AK.
Archie Miller
December 29, 2017
May God grant you peace from above during these days
My prayers are with you
J
December 29, 2017
Our heartfelt condolences and prayers for the Enberg family. May the God of tender mercies provide true comfort and strength.
December 29, 2017
Please accept my condolences on the loss of your love one.
December 28, 2017
I first heard Dick Enberg when I turned the radio dial in 1973 to the wonderful California Angels broadcasting crew comprised of him, Don Drysdale, and Dave Niehaus. He has been a key part of the soundtrack of my life. But I also sensed, as I listened to him, what I have read for years, and now am reading again in his obituaries: that no one had a bad word to say about him as a person. We need more people like him. Those of us feeling his loss cannot begin to compare our feelings with those of his family and friends, and my heart goes out to them.
Michael Green
December 28, 2017
Watching Mr. Enberg call football and tennis games growing up was a treat. His voice projected humbleness and professional. He was always in a pleasant mood which added to joyfullness of the broadcast. I'm sure his spirit was received with an Oh My in heaven. RIP!
December 28, 2017
Always a pleasure to listen to the games called and stories told by this wonderful man. He made it enjoyable, entertaining, and shared new facts and stories to his broadcasts. He was one of the GREATS! My condolences to his family and friends. He will be missed!
Jeff Schow
December 28, 2017
May the God of all comfort be with family and loved ones.
December 28, 2017
Watched Dick Enberg all my childhood life call games, he was a very kind and gentle man. My most sincere condolences to his family and friends.
December 28, 2017
mr E you made it fun interesting and memorable thanks
Buk Prive
December 28, 2017
A True professional. His name said it all.
A true legend in broadcasting and being a good person.


BRM. Florida
December 27, 2017
So very sorry for your loss! A truly great man and a great human being! I approached him when I was nine years old at A/W root beer restaurant on Ventura Beverly in Sherman Oaks in 1969 was as nice as could be! I so enjoyed his work and all the truly good he represents! RIP you will never be forgotten! Enberg Family prayers for you daily! God bless you All!
Joseph Cormier
December 27, 2017
Terrance Morgan
December 27, 2017
Terrance and Dick
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December 27, 2017
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Terrance Morgan
December 27, 2017
Sorry for your lost "A wonderful person and he will be miss.

Roberson-Atlanta
A R
December 26, 2017
A wonderful person..friendly, caring and so interested in others.
Gene Victor
Acquaintance
December 26, 2017
"Oh my". It's been years since I heard, "It's a picture postcard Sunday afternoon here at the Coliseum as the Rams take the field." Loved Dick Enberg. (Ram fan since 1967 and season ticket holder for 10 years.) Thank you Dick. RIP and call 'em in Heaven now.
Jim Cavalier
December 26, 2017
The Angels were not the greatest baseball team, but Dick Enberg made them exciting. He was the best of the best!
Love the Ram prod casts as well!
Dennis Sanchez
December 26, 2017
My heartfelt condolences and prayers for the Enberg family. May God grant solace during this most challenging time. Dick was truly an amazing and accomplished man of integrity. He will be truly missed. With Love & Prayers ~ With Love & Prayers
December 26, 2017
I am so sorry for your loss. May the God of all comfort be with you during this difficult time.
December 26, 2017
Terrance Morgan
December 26, 2017
Wow, no sport event will be the same, as I look and saw his face all I could hear was his voice as an announcer. He really nailed it no matter the sport event. To his family I am so very sorry for your loss. As many strive to comfort you may the love thatis shown comfort you ,as the Father is the one who comfort us in all our trails2Cor1:4
Teresa
December 26, 2017
It was a pleasure to meet you sir. TM
Terrance Morgan
December 26, 2017
Terrance Morgan
December 26, 2017
Terrance Morgan
December 26, 2017
Terrance Morgan
December 26, 2017
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Terrance Morgan
December 26, 2017
I send my regards to the family and friends at this time of sorrow. There are so many people all over the United States who admired and respected Mr Enberg's professionalism and style of broadcasting. We miss him so much. May the Almighty God of comfort be with his family, friends and fans. We also thank them for sharing him with us. Now we look forward to the wonderful future of seeing him again in paradise continuing to spread his warm personality añd goodness to all. God love you.
Sally
December 26, 2017
Grady Youngblood
December 26, 2017
What a wonderful legacy he has left behind, I've enjoyed watching him for years.
May the God of all comfort be with your family during this difficult time.
December 25, 2017
As a young sportscaster, he had great influence on me and my career. I was in awe of him then, and still am today. I can see himat the pearly gate saying "Oh My!"
Mike Chamberlin
December 25, 2017
With heartfelt sympathy, I'm truly sorry for your loss. May 'God' give you strength during this most difficult time. -Psalm 29:11
CC.
December 25, 2017
I loved hearing those famous 2 words oh my!!!! Rip you were always one of my favorite sportscasters.
Lee B
December 25, 2017
My grandfather Emil Enberg was his cousin
Casimir Drechney
December 25, 2017
Grief can be so hard, but our special memories help us cope. Remembering you and your loved one today and always.
December 25, 2017
May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.
SUE ANN
December 25, 2017
Karan Wider
December 25, 2017
T.L. Rogers
December 24, 2017
"RIP" Dick Enberg. He will be missed . He was a good sportscaster.
Leslyn Lloyd
December 24, 2017
When I think of the most memorable sportscasters, Chris Economaki, Bill Schenkel, Jim Mckay, Keith Jackson and Dick Enberg. RIP Mr. E.
Hugh Heckman
December 24, 2017
RIP: Thank you for all your baseball memories. You will be missed. Give Tony and the Colonel a huge hug as I'm sure they will be at the gates waiting for you
Terri Hoffman
December 24, 2017
The constant voice along with Vin Scully from my childhood through adulthood. Will miss his comforting pleasant voice during sport events. RIP. Another Icon is gone.
Rob Bartels
December 24, 2017
There was nothing like a Dick Enberg telecast. Not only his melodic voice but his empathetic understanding of people he was broadcasting about. Mr. Enberg made you fell as though he personally knew them all.
Dick Enberg will forever be in my prayers.
GOD BLESS
JIM BANKO. HAMBURG NY
December 24, 2017
My condolences to the family. May the Almighty be with you at this stage distressing time.
December 24, 2017
Hi how are you i liked his sportscasting etc. He seemed like a nice guy. My condolences to his family his family. Take care bye
Mr jody Brachman
December 23, 2017
May he rest in peace.
Chris
December 23, 2017
My deepest sympathies to you and your family.
I was sad when I found out about his death.
Will be missed.
From a average citizen.
Tony Pesce
December 23, 2017
I grew up listening to Mr. Enberg and his golden voice. From NFL games, Super Bowls, Wimbledon, College Basketball and many other sports there was none better. He was my favorite by far. He was truly a class act. A humble man shined through each word he uttered during all those sports events. Prayers to all his family.
Tim Hall
December 23, 2017
MAY GODS LOVE BE WITH YOU. YOU HAVE THE VERY MOST WARM AND WONDERFUL SPORTS VOICE IN NFL FOOTBALL GAMES. I ALWAYS LOVE TO HEAR YOUR VOICE SPEAK OH MY. THE GREATEST WORDS TO SPEAK IN A NFL FOOTBALL GAME. LOVING AND CARING FOR YOU. YOUR FRIEND. YOUR FANS FOREVER WITH YOU. STEVE YOUNG AND PATTY YOUNG BALTIMORE MARYLAND
STEVE YOUNG
December 23, 2017
MAY GODS LOVE BE WITH YOU. YOU HAVE THE VERY MOST WARM AND WONDERFUL SPORTS VOICE IN NFL FOOTBALL GAMES. I ALWAYS LOVE TO HEAR YOUR VOICE SPEAK OH MY. THE GREATEST WORDS TO SPEAK IN A NFL FOOTBALL GAME. LOVING AND CARING FOR YOU. YOUR FRIEND. YOUR FANS FOREVER WITH YOU. STEVE YOUNG AND PATTY YOUNG BALTIMORE MARYLAND
STEVE YOUNG
December 23, 2017
YOU ARE THE VERY MOST WONDERFUL NFL FOOTBALL SPORTSBROADCASTER IN NFL FOOTBALL HISTORY. YOU ALWAYS HAVE THE VERY BEST SPORTS VOICE IN SPORTS. YOUR LOVING CARING PASSION FOR NFL FOOTBALL ALWAYS WARM MY HEART. I ALWAYS LOVE TO LISTEN TO AND TO HEAR THE GREATEST VOICE IN NFL FOOTBALL THAT MADE ME HAVE A GREAT PASSION FOR BALTIMORE COLTS NFL FOOTBALL WITH BERT JONES BEING MY FAVORITE NFL FOOTBALL PLAYER WITH THE BALTIMORE COLTS. AND MY DEEP PASSION FOR BALTIMORE RAVENS FOOTBALL TOO. DICK EMBERG YOU ARE THE MOST ENJOYABLE SPORTS VOICE. YOU ARE NICE AND KIND CARING PERSON THAT WARMS THE HEART.MAY GOD BE WITH YOU. MAY GODS LOVE BE WITH YOU. I AM YOUR FRIEND. I AM YOUR BIGGEST FAN. MAY LOVE BE WITH YOU FOREVER. FROM STEVE YOUNG AND PATTY YOUNG. YOUR FANS FROM BALTIMORE MARYLAND.
STEVE YOUNG
December 23, 2017
I grew up in Cleveland, Ohio in the 1970's and 80's. During that time, Mr. Enberg had the call of the three AFC Championship games that the Cleveland Browns played against the Denver Broncos. His call of The Fumble' during the 1987 game was truly indicative of his sports acumen and versatility. Using just the tone and inflection in his voice for those few seconds, he was able to convey to the national television audience the sense of anguish that the Cleveland sports community must be feeling right now after yet another year of heartbreak. It was as if he could relate to our pain. His sentiment actually made that moment more tolerable for me. That was the sheer genius of Mr. Enberg. He brought such a unique perspective and professionalism to sports broadcasting that was (and will be) unrivaled. Whether it was a Cleveland Browns football game or any other major sporting event that was televised in my viewing area, I would always pray and hope that Mr. Enberg had the call.

I will always remember Mr. Enberg as a man of decency, integrity and character. A true gentleman. May he rest in peace.
Harry Gianakis
December 23, 2017
PRAYERS AND BLESSINGS
Valenda Newell
December 23, 2017
A class act and a true gentleman he was. My prayers to his family and friends. He will be missed.
Robin
December 23, 2017
Dr. Enberg was the Bruins basketball announcer in the '60s with Coach John Wooden on the bench and Center Lewis Alcindor on the court where I was on the court being privileged to officiate those Bruin games. Dick and I kept in close touch as he broadcast NFL games. He and Merlin Olsen broadcast the Houston Oilers - Pittsburgh Steelers AFC Championship game that I officiated. It ended in the controversy of a Ray Renfro catch being ruled incomplete ensuring a Steelers victory and trip to their first of four Super Bowls. We maintained a close relationship. exchanging Christmas Cards each year. Dick voluntarily wrote a letter of recommendation to the Pro Football Hall of Fame recommending my induction. I will miss his friendship. Jim Tunney NFL Referee 1960-1991
Jim Tunney
Friend
December 23, 2017
Thank you for sharing your husband ad father with us for so long. He was one of the best, there are few if at left who had the respect of everyone. My condolences to the family. he will be sorely missed.
December 23, 2017
Rest in Peace Dick Enberg, you were such a classy gentleman and Sooo great.OH my....
Pat Wheeler
December 23, 2017
I sure rember Dick. All his Sports his face & voice a lot. I love Sports most of all Football Baseball . Well that's about all. All my Prayers too his Family I will never for get Him.
M
December 23, 2017
Im a big fan of Mr. Enberg, he will be missed. I'm sure when he walked through the gates of Heaven he said, "oh my"

God Bless
December 23, 2017
I am sadden by your great loss. I know this is a very painful time for the family, friends and fans. Please cherish the precious memories that he left behind. and may it be a tool to help you through your grief.(23rd Psalm)
MV
December 23, 2017
Nobody combined professionalism, enthusiasm, and niceness better than Dick Enberg. He always did a beautiful job, no matter the setting or the sport. He always seemed to be an even better man than he was an announcer, and he was a GREAT announcer. RIP.
Eric Monson
December 23, 2017
A Gentlemen and Professional in every sense. You will be missed. Thank You!
Denny Fordham
December 23, 2017
A true sports legend that will be dearly missed. Our sympathies to family and friends. Our Creator will bring you His peace and hope and love.
December 23, 2017
To The Family Of Dick Enberg
My condolences to the family on the loss of your dear beloved one. My hope is that you find comfort in knowing that Almighty God is near to those crushed in spirit and that he cares for you.
R. C.
December 23, 2017
Dick Enberg was the voice that told you whatever event he was broadcasting was worth watching. He never drew attention to himself during his games. He never threw anybody under the bus. He was the perfect sports announcer. God blessed us with his presence. Now may he be blessed in the presence of God.
Edgar Torbert
December 23, 2017
May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.
December 23, 2017
Rest easy kind sir! We miss you already!

John t

South carolina
December 23, 2017
Celebrating a life well lived. We will cherish the memories forever. Your legacy will live on forever!
Donna James
December 23, 2017
Dick will join one of his best friends Jack Bailey in heaven. They were always able to confide in each other on everyday life and get away from the hustle and bustle of Dick's sports life. May they Rest In Peace.
Bill Bailey
December 23, 2017
Such an amazing career and genuinely nice person. Generations have listened to Enberg, he will be missed. May God bless the family with strength and comfort during this time of grief. Psalms 55:22
Johnson family
December 23, 2017
Very simple: "THE BEST"!
Deno Lorenzo
December 23, 2017
Growing up in LA in the '60s and '70s, I was lucky to have had the opportunity to hear Mr. Enberg call the Rams, Angels, and Bruins games on a regular basis. Add his TVS and Sports Challenge work, and subsequently his glorious longtime run on other prominent national and international stages.

Ability, delivery, personality, versatility, professionalism, knowledge, and charm and graciousness of the highest order. His stature as one of the greatest announcers is unquestioned. Per the numerous, sincere accounts from those who knew and loved him, that remarkably genial on-air tone was consistently demonstrated in all settings.

The Legendary Dick Enberg. His body of work and unforgettable presence created a brightness that will continue to shine on.
December 23, 2017
We were in Paris on vacation and on our last night we had dinner at the Modern Art Museum. At the table next to us were all the broadcasters for the French Open. Since our moms are big tennis fans, we sent over a bottle of our favorite wine to thank them for years of entertainment. Imagine our surprise when Dick came over to thank us for not disturbing their dinner. We took pictures and chatted about Chicago. Thank you Mr. Enburg for being a part of our favorite night in Paris.
Patty Taylor
December 22, 2017
YOU WERE ONE OF THE GREATEST OF ALL TIME MR. ENBERG. REST IN PEACE.
GEORGE WINDER
December 22, 2017
Rest in Peace Dick.
Sheila
December 22, 2017
Please accept my sincere condolences for your loss. May the God of all comfort hears your cries and rescue you with comfort and peace. Psalms145:18,19
L W
December 22, 2017
May the God of all peace bring comfort to the Enberg family and friends at this difficult time.
Carlotta
December 22, 2017
Merry Christmas
Joan
December 22, 2017
Dear Enberg Family Rory and I wish to extend our condolences's on the loss of Dick Enberg.he'll surely be missed very much.luv,faith/rory
faith/rory tobin/dockett
December 22, 2017
R.I.P.
Richard Herrick
December 22, 2017
He also did tennis too. That is what I remember him from. He let the players do the "talking ". He was polite. I think he also worked on some of the Olympics. My sympathy goes out to his family and friends.
Joan
December 22, 2017
To the Enberg Family;
There are no words that anyone could say at this difficult time of losing a love one, he was a husband, a father. He left a legacy behind that he was a great Hall of fame sportscasters in the business. May the memories that you shared together and bring you comfort, love, in the days to come by your family And friends at this most difficult time of the year with the holidays. We all know that he is in a good place now with the ANGELS are watching over him, taking go care of him. My thoughts, prayers are with you, your family.
Jennifer Baribault
December 22, 2017
Extending heartfelt condolences to family, friends, fans and coworkers for the sudden passing of Mr. Enberg. Being a sports fan, I've heard him call games a number of times. He came across as a true gentleman and someone who truly loved his job. For those close to him, may you find comfort and strength in each other as you cope with this loss.
December 22, 2017
We'll miss you !
Adrian Barnette
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