Condolence & Memory Journal

i say that it'd be cool if we could actually get REAL NARNIAN PASSPORTS i mean we could have them made for each fan wodrdwile and sell it to them .the sites could do that i guesssssssssssssssssss

Posted by ArteNisa - nwm0bxSF77Q, NY - LKuLV9e5W   August 09, 2015

The Mike Wallace Down Syndrome voice technique.
We tried this when our son Benny was getting upset. Well it worked,mike Wallace's voice was like a soothing sound to Benny. He relaxed and just watched the screen. Then he ate a frosty chocolate cake and passed out on the sofa. He slept for 17 hours and we were delighted. Who ever thought of this was amazing. The voice will sooth them each time they year it. We at mikes voice any time we want to be alone and not listen to Benny ramble. He is out in 15 minutes and he sleeps as long as he hears the voice. We are thinking about seeing if we can have Benny sleep for 2 days. Well thank you whoever you are.

Posted by Sea Nanners - Friend   February 27, 2014


We loved you Mike.

Posted by griever    April 16, 2012


God bless The Wallace family, and give you peace and strength during this time. Mike was loved by all.

Love, an American who caught onto every word he said. Denise Vandermey

Posted by Denise Vandermey - fan   April 12, 2012


sorry to hear about the loss of Mr Wallace. He will greatly be missed as i always watched 60 minutes.May the LORD keep his family in the palm of his hand through this tough time.............

Posted by Lola Ortizor - fan   April 12, 2012


Dear Wallace Family,

My condolences to the Wallace family. Mr. Wallace, a trusted reporter, will be greatly missed.

Deepest Sympathy,
The Smith Family

Posted by Janet Smith - fan   April 11, 2012

Like millions of Americans,I grew up watching him every week.That was when television was worth watching. He will be
missed by us all. A true man of character
Sheila in Maryland

Posted by Sheila Acker    April 11, 2012


Enjoyed watching you as I was growing up on TV..May God Bless You ---Rest in Peace

Posted by Frank \G.    April 11, 2012


I loved your insight on life and current events affecting the American people. I will miss you.

Posted by Jacqueline Esule - Viewer   April 11, 2012


What a great person to watch every sunday night. You will be miss.

Posted by Ola Reeves    April 10, 2012


Posted by angela edwards - raleigh, NC - loyal viewer   April 10, 2012


Mike Wallace was the best Interviewer and he always said it like it was. Most times you hear what they want you to here but not with Mike. He got down to the truth! May he R.I.P.

Posted by Noreen Onorato - I admired Mike Wallace!   April 10, 2012


I grew up listening to Mr.Wallace as I know many of us did. He will be truly bemissed missed. GOD BLESS HIS FAMILY AT THIS SORROWFUL TIME.

Posted by Tina Bennett - admirer   April 10, 2012


Mr Wallace shared his incredible life with millions of people, he will be missed and fondly remembered.

Posted by Diane - admirer   April 10, 2012


A golden heart stopped beating, hard working hands to rest. God broke our hearts to prove to us, He only takes the best. Mike may you rest in peace♥

Posted by Paulo Ramos - Viewer of 60 minutes   April 10, 2012


Mike is probably interviewing our Lord and Savior right now. I always looked forward to 60 minutes just to hear him speak. He was a remarkable man.

Posted by Janet Ruberto - Fan   April 09, 2012

We met only briefly when Mike came to New Orleans to cover the Garrison JFK probe. I had broken the story to CBS radio as a reporter on WWL Radio. He was very kind in his comments to me as a fellow broadcaster.

Posted by Charlie Matkin - New Orleans, LA - Broadcast newsman   April 09, 2012

I didn't know Mike personally but grew up watching him on 60 minutes like many others. Somehow he communicated warmth, honesty and genuine American character. He won my admiration by his fearless questioning and trailblazing journalism. If we only had more of his kind today. May he rest in peace....dr.moran

Posted by Ramon Moran - Virginia Beach, VA - audience   April 09, 2012

mike was a great reporter and spoke person but sorry to hear he has passed

Posted by louisekolego    April 09, 2012


The stories you told in the best of times and during our darkest times as a nation, you always brought your A+ game. Your stories shocked, rocked, comforted and, may have brought tears as we cried and laughed with you. RIP Newsman.

Posted by Bette - Fan   April 09, 2012


My family and I have grown up watching Mike on tv. "We feel like he is one of our family members. Our hearts and love go out to Mike's family. GOD BLESS!!

Posted by Sue R.    April 09, 2012


Mike Wallace was one of the premier news reporters of his time. He set the bar high for those who followed him. He has been and will be missed.

Posted by Sue    April 09, 2012

my wife suffered from serious depression. she was bipolar. following mike's tv show on depression in I believe the late 90s my wife wrote him a letter thanking him for being so upfront about his condition. shortly afterwards mike called my wife on the phone in order to encourage her and they talked for almost 30 minutes. he also encouraged her to call him again. my wife of 50 yrs died several yrs ago and until she died she often recalled her phone discussions with mike. please let me know where I can send a tribute for mike.

Posted by steve loeb - st. louis, MO - grateful admirer   April 09, 2012


God Bless Rest in Peace

Posted by Billy & Debbie Lewis - Fan   April 09, 2012


RIP Mike! You made us all think. You had the courage to ask the tough questions and demand an answer.

Posted by Cyretha Branch    April 09, 2012


God be with his family. He will be missed.

Posted by Mr & Mrs Napolez - will be missed.   April 09, 2012


We've lost an American icon! R.I.P. Mike!

Posted by Shelly Patterson - Viewer   April 08, 2012


Enjoyed watching him for years on 60 minutes. Our hearts and prayers are with you at this time of sorrow.

Posted by Ruby J Boggs - no relationship   April 08, 2012



Dear Friends and Family of Mr. Mike Wallace,

I wish to offer my sympathies to Mr. Wallace, who contributed so much to the world of journalism.

When I was in my twenties, a new graduate of Columbia University, (College '81), I happened to see Mr. Wallace on the NYC subway, and I said "Hello". The second time, I met Mr. Wallace, he offered me a job as a beginning journalist with 60 Minutes . . . I had since become interested in pursuing a career in another field, but I was honored to meet Mr. Wallace and some of the stars of his staff. Thank you, Mr. Wallace, and please forgive me for pursuing another career.

Posted by Steven Kiyasu Nose - former acquaintance   April 08, 2012

I always looked forward to "60 Minutes" interviews done by Mike Wallace as they truly revealed what the interviewee was all about. No punches pulled-great journalism without sensationalism. Peace to Mike and to his family.

Posted by Pat Anderson - Petoskey, MI - casual observier   April 08, 2012


Rest in Peace.

Posted by Penny Davis - none   April 08, 2012

Mike was such a good writer. He will be remembered as one of the best on TV. Mike, Rest In Peace. Family, you have my sympathy.
Linda M. Ross
Shelby, NC

Posted by linda m. ross - shelby, NC - viewer   April 08, 2012