The online guestbook for Mervyn Amols

Posted on August 24, 2010
Posted by: Joel Caplin
From: West Hartford CT

Message: I fondly remember sharing Friday nights and Monday nights with Merv. He was an inspiration to us all. Joel

Posted on August 25, 2010
Posted by: Leonard Grossman
From: Vernon CT

Message: I am proud to have known Merv Amols. Knowing him truly enriched my life. Merv was a man of passion and compassion. He was committed to causes, but he was mostly committed to his wife, Sylvia, and his children. I will truly miss seeing him and talking to him, but I will not forget him; he will remain with me as a model for my own life. I hope I can live my life as Merv had.

Posted on September 21, 2010
Posted by: Bernard Kosto
From: West Harttford CT

Message: Dear Shirley, Quite by accident, I came across Mervyn's obituary. As you may recall, we go back many years. I can see him now in my office with one of his flashy jackets bearing 33 rpm gifts. Despite problems, he was always in good humor. I will miss him. Warm regards, Bernard Kosto

Posted on August 30, 2010
Posted by: David Bloom
From: Marlborough CT

Message: Sylvia, Janice, Lisa and Nancy, I am sorry for your loss. I will be forever indebted to Merv for expanding my appreciation for different genres of music. As I write this, thinking of our old neigborhood and your dad/husband, I can't help but smile.

Posted on September 01, 2010
Posted by: Bob Bittens
From: Simsbury CT

Message: Back in 1980 I was named Music Director of WHCN and was being prepared for the job by my predecessor Ed O'Connell. Among other things he "warned" me about this this one record rep from Capitol Records named Merv Amols. He told me Merv would likely yell and scream at me from the moment we met, but that I should not freak out or take it personally. Instead I should listen and hopefully learn, secure in the knowledge that this Merv guy was not only one of the smartest, most passionate guys in the business, but also a sweet man with a heart of gold. Ed was absolutely correct on all counts. Merv's passion for the music was contagious, his knowledge of the business endless, and I consider myself priveledged to have had him in my life as a colleague, friend, and mentor. Rest in peace Merv.

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