Los Angeles Times interview caught my attention: “I would like to be remembered, No. 1, as a good man. And, by being a good man, I mean as honest as possible.
I’d like to be remembered as a great husband, a great father, and a great grandfather. But I don’t really care about someone saying, ‘You’re the best broadcaster. ’ That just happened.
The others are far more important. I mean that from the bottom of my heart. That’s so much more important than anything else. ”I think that is really, really cool!Read more on hopetocope.com