Twitter Reacts To Gary From Evanston’s Passing
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(WSCR) Few people have impacted The Boers and Bernstein Show and its listeners the way Gary from Evanston did.
Known for his unparalleled dedication to “Who Ya Crappin’?,” Gary passed away in his sleep over the weekend.
Over the 14 year span of The Boers and Bernstein Show, Gary became a staple on the airwaves every Thursday at 5pm. “Hi guys,” he’d emphatically say before the start of each of his methodical Craps.
We’ll always remember Gary for his creative Craps, his Expos fanship and his love for Bonanza.
Rest in peace, Gary.
Make sure you tune into “Who Ya Crappin’?” this Thursday at 5pm to hear a special tribune to Gary from 670 The Score’s Chris Tannehill.
Here’s some reaction from listeners of The Boers and Bernstein Show following Gary’s death.
Len Kasper (@LenKasper) July 08, 2013
Matt Abbatacola (@MattAbbatacola) July 08, 2013
Awoke to hear about Gary From Evanston. He was a real gentleman. Hope all the B&B longtimers study Loren Green's wiki today. #goexpos—
John Czahor (@JohnCzahor) July 08, 2013
Saddened to hear that Gary from Evanston has passed away. Really bummed that I won't be hearing that voice anymore. He will be missed.—
Chris Tannehill (@ChrisTannehill) July 08, 2013
Seriously, though, Gary from Evanston's second crap here is one of the all time best, if only for its randomness. youtube.com/watch?feature=…—
Tim Baffoe (@TimBaffoe) July 08, 2013
Patrick (@QuadCityPat) July 08, 2013
RIP Gary from Evanston. One of the absolute best on WYC.—
(@GasMoneyBob) July 08, 2013
RIP Gary from Evanston. Say hi to the Scoreheads like Steve-O on the other side.—
Gridiron Assassin (@GridAssassin) July 08, 2013
RIP Gary from Evanston. Truly a classic.—
Paul Z (@pablo_zurko) July 08, 2013
Talk shows develop their own culture over time, and regular callers are part of that culture. Farewell, Gary from Evanston. (1 of 2)—
Rob Hart (@RobHart1980) July 08, 2013