Vince Lascheid (26 December 1923 - 19 March 2009) was a prominent Pittsburgh organist, best known as the organist for the Pittsburgh Pirates from the 1960s to 2009 and from 1970-2003 the Pittsburgh Penguins.[1][2][3][4][5] He was inducted into the Penguins' Hall of Fame.[6] He was honored by being awarded the "Pride of the Pirates" by the Pittsburgh Pirates and with a moment of silence from the Pittsburgh Penguins and induction into the Penguins Hall of Fame.

References

  1. ^ "Longtime sports organist Vince Lascheid dead at 85".  
  2. ^ "Pirates, Penguins organist Vince Lascheid dies".  
  3. ^ "Vince Lascheid, well-known organist, dies".  
  4. ^ Batz, Jr., Bob (March 21, 2009). "Obituary: Vincent C. Lascheid Jr. / Organist set tone for Bucs, Pens".  
  5. ^ "Penguins, Pirates Organist Vince Lascheid Dies".  
  6. ^ "Pens Hall of Famer Vince Lascheid Passes Away". http://penguins.nhl.com.  


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