Would Kennedy be so revered today had he not been shot and killed in Dallas?
And while Garcia had long been revered as the leader of the group, this was when, Weir says, fans “deified Jerry.”
“It used to be that the older people, the grandparents, were catered to and revered,” she said.
When the revered Gloria Monty took over as executive producer in 1978, ABC gave her 13 weeks to turn the dying show around.
The revered CBS anchor did smack for a report when he worked for a radio station in Houston in the 1950s.
He had received the appellation of Firme F, was revered as a saint, and people ascribed marvellous healing power to his tomb.
But all wept over the death of La Salle, for he was revered and loved by all who knew him.
The dutiful son moistened a linen cloth with the liquid, and, absorbed in prayer, he anointed the revered face.
He had loved his mother dearly, and now that she was dead, he revered her memory.
Her diploma came just before she passed to her eternal home, and her memory will ever be revered in our circle.