Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Tom Bosley Has Died


Tom Bosley the father of Richie Cunningham on the '70s sitcom about the '50s, ABC's Happy Days, died Today in his Palm Springs, Calif., home, of a staph infection. He was 83.

24 comments:

Cecilia00 said...

RIP

Julie said...

<3 I always wanted him to be my dad.

JoElla said...

OH NO! How very sad that he died, even sadder it was from a staph infection :(

MacVixen said...

Rip Mr. C :-(

MISCH said...

Oh no, he was such a great tv dad...

hotchacha said...

Oh, Howard. *sniffle*

JJ said...

Very sad.

timebob said...

my childhood just died today.

califblondy said...

Good-bye Mr. C.

Little Miss Smoke and Mirrors said...

First June Cleaver, now Mr. C? My childhood is over. RIP.

RocketQueen said...

Aw, Mr. C! Big hugs to his family and rest in peace to you!

Lady J said...

RIP

Joanna said...

RIP Mr. C. You were loved by so many.

austinrob said...

Sorry to hear about both him & Barbara Billingsley.
Makes me feel like there is one more coming....

MCH said...

RIP, Mr. C. I loved Happy Days. :(

Mooshki said...

RIP Mr. C. Staph infections scare the bejesus out of me. Bye bye antibiotics, it was nice having you around while you worked.

Pookie said...

oh nooooo...heartbreaking. he was true class...wow, incredible loss. :(

Melody the First said...

He was a nice man and a damned good actor. Unfortunately, at 83, unless you're in superb health, almost anything can take you down.

sunnyside1213 said...

RIP Mr. C. You were part of my childhood.

lanasyogamama said...

:(

jax said...

but his rep said it was Lung cancer and asked for donations in lieu of..?

B626 said...

staph infection, from a hospital,
what a SHOCK not

Merlin D. Bear said...

RIP Mr. Bosley - thank you for your body of work.
I'm sure you and Barbara are up there comparing notes over coffee.
The world's certainly a poorer place without the two of you in it.

Merlin D. Bear said...

Addendum/correction (I hit send too soon)
The world's certainly a poorer place without the two of you in it, especially after all ya'll did for us over the years.
You were the parents we all wanted.

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