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Luke Russert, son of the late moderator of “Meet the Press” Tim Russert, touches the empty chair that was left behind by his father on the set of the show after a taping of “Meet the Press” in memory of Russert in Washington June 15, 2008.

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  1. It’s always shocking when dies too young.

    I really never gave Russert much notice. From all accounts, he seemed to be a decent man who tried to make a difference. When you have so many co-workers grieving, you know he must have done something right …apparently he did the same outside the office as well.

    May he rest in peace…or start a new life that is as rich and rewarding as this one was.

  2. I remember Tim Russert always did his homework and asked the tough questions. Tim Russert was an American character right from Mark Twain.

  3. I loved learning from Tim Russert. He came from a common man and he spoke a common language. I think that is why so many people loved him.

    When he was on The Today Show…everyone just lit up, including Tim, when they would get his reports. You could see there was a mutual love shared among the colleagues.

    He lived his life the way he wanted to. He took care of his family. He died a very well respected and loved man.

    We all could only hope to gain half of what Tim Russert did in his short lifetime.

    R.I.P. Tim Russert and God be with your family and friends in the rough days ahead.

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