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Two Chairs No Waiting 287: Remembering Andy Griffith

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Two Chairs No Waiting

Host: Allan Newsome
Running time: 0:17:11

Andy Griffith passed way on July 3, 2012 and we covered his passing for four episodes in a row (196-199). Since then, I haven’t attempted to say more about Andy because there was so much said then by not only me but by the American people in general. Andy was loved by so many and it was shown by the outpouring of comments by the media as well as by “regular” folks like you and me.

I ran across something recently that I either missed back in 2012 or had forgotten. It’s a story written by Joanne Ostrow, the Denver Post Television Critic, about how Andy’s passing impacted his daughter Dixie Nann Griffith. I e-mailed Joanne and she was kind enough to allow me to share her article with you here on the podcast.

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  • Tim Bradshaw October 3, 2014, 1:13 pm

    Interesting, this is rare, but very interesting and nice to hear from one of his daughters and her remembrance of Andy. I sure hope someday his autobiography will be released. We lost a great friend, but so thankful he left us with so much to enjoy from his works to remember him

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