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#138330 02/27/03 03:03 PM
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Just heard that this good and gentle man has gone to God's Neighborhood.

May the good Lord show him His loving and fatherly face.

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Eternal Memory to the good Reverend.

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Memory Eternal!

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"by their works shall you know them."

Eternal Memory to a man who taught children that kindness and gentleness are the way to live happily.

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Shlomo Lkhoolkhoon,
Allah yirhamoo (May God have mercy on him).

Poosh BaShlomo Lkhoolkhoon,
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Indeed, the world has lost a truly good human being. A American television "icon" for the last
35 yrs, this humble minister from Latrobe PA has enriched the lives of millions of American childern for over three decades. May God grant his servant a blessed repose and make his memory eternal. Vichnaja jemu Pamjat!

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I have many fond memories of "Mr. Rogers Neighborhood" shows from the '70's- '80's. I felt bad when I heard of his death. He truly was a positive influence on all of us who watched his show.

May God make his memory to be eternal!

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May the Lord God grant to his newly departed servant +Fred, blessed respose. May his memory be eternal!

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+ Eternal memory to him - and Captain Kangaroo!

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As I read this topic, I hear Mr. Rogers gentle voice as my youngest (nearly 4) is watching him and responding to what the dear man is saying. I hope that the shows will be kept on PBS for a long time. Even my older children still like the How-things-are-made films on Picture-Picture.

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I have this image in my mind of St. Peter handing him a cardigan and a pair of sneakers..

+Enternal Rest grant unto him, O Lord.

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According to the "Mister Rogers Neighborhood" web site many of his sweaters were knit by his mother.

And Light perpetual shine upon him.

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May the Lord take Mr. Rodgers to His Neighborhood. May He grant the same welcome to all who work to help children to be the humans that He intends them to be.

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May his memory be eternal+ Thankyou Lord for the life of this man, your faithful sevent, who gave so much to children and their parents by teaching kindesss, compassion, friendship, and love to children in a hurting world.


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