Got the picture

(via Brant Sanderlin, ajc.com)

Michael Munson said his dad would have been moved by the service.

“He probably would have also thought it wasn’t necessary to have all the fuss,” he said, “but it would have touched him dearly.”

It’s a wise son that knows his father.

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13 responses to “Got the picture

  1. HVL Dawg

    perfect quote for our Homer

  2. Pumpdawg

    Beautiful memorial.I doubt that I was the only grown man shedding a tear when Johnathan “Josh” Munson was through.

  3. Russ

    God speed, Larry. Rest in peace. We was a damn good Dawg.

  4. Comin' Down The Track

    When the lone trumpeter began the first strains of the Battle Hymn… well, let’s just say I wasn’t ready for it.

    We will miss you, Larry, more than you will ever know.

  5. Red Blackman

    Georgia football, for me, has not been and will not ever be the same.

    He was an integral part of the Georgia experience for me.

    I listen to Scott and Eric and wax nostalgic.

  6. PhillyDawg

    Senator or anyone else, I live in Pennsylvania and couldn’t attend. Is there a video of the service?

    • AintNothinFiner

      I’d like to know this as well. I’d love to hear even just the audio if it is available anywhere.

      • It was video taped. I assume by UGA. I haven’t heard what the plans were for releasing or sharing. Probably depends on what Munson’s own wishes were.

        • EgginDawg

          I was there Saturday and it was a moving ceremony. I also work with Michael and we talked at-length afterward about it. I asked him about the video and he wasn’t sure what may come of it. The Munson family does not own the rights to it’s publication.

    • Bulldawg Bill

      CSS was there. I assume there will be a replay available on Comcast On Demand within the next day or two.

  7. S.E. Dawg

    Pumpdawg, I was there also and you were not the only one shedding tears, I was too. I also noticed CMR’s body language when Larry’s son began talking about the times he and his dad talked about Jesus Christ and religion. CMR leaned forward, elbows on knees and turned his head to pay close attention. Maybe he would make a good team chaplain.