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2/21/2007


My Friend, Hal Stone, is gone.

Filed under: Old-Time Radio — Charlie Summers @ 7:24 pm

This is not a posting I ever wanted to write. According to Frank Cernese, my friend Hal Stone died today, February 21, after complications from his valve transplant surgury.

I will have more information as I receive it, and thoughts on my friend later. Right now, I have to tell my daughter, who loved her “Uncle Hal.”

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4 Responses to “My Friend, Hal Stone, is gone.” »

     

  1. Stewart Says:

    Hal Stone was a good friend, great storyteller, and a fine actor. I enjoyed my many conversations with him.

    I will miss him greatly.

    Rest In Peace, Hal.

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  3. Barbara Davies Says:

    Hal was a wonderful person who gladly shared his time and talents to radio fans. He gave GREAT hugs, always a warm smile, and a frieldly word to all. Hal will be greatly missed by all who loved him. To Dorothy, his true love, we send our deepest sympathy. Hal would light up when he mentioned his dear Dorothy. The twinkle in his eyes told all that was necessary to see how he cared for her. David & I will miss his charm, friendliness and wit. Barbara & David Davies

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  5. ed kienzler Says:

    I am ed kienzler the founder of the Reel Old-time Great (ev’rybody luv’s ‘em) Radioshows Club here in Springfield and from all my members to all the Hal Stone fans in the world our deepest sympathies on his passing-no one else but Hal could play Jughead to Bob Hasting’s Archie-he will be truely missed RELAX HAL-RELAX!!!God Bless You,Jug!!!

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  7. ed kienzler Says:

    “springfield illinois” afanofoldradio@aol.com


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