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RIP Jimmy Dean, King of sausage - June 14, 2010, 02:41 PM

RIP to a national hero.

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Goodbye, Jimmy Dean.
The country star turned sausage king has passed away at the age of 81, his wife said Sunday night.
"He was amazing," Donna Meade Dean said of her late husband. "He had a lot of talents."
Dean passed away in his home in Virginia on Sunday evening, The Associated Press reports. He had been sitting down to eat dinner in front of the television when his wife went into the other room. When she returned, he was unresponsive and was later pronounced dead.
Born in 1928, Dean was raised in poverty in Plainview, Texas, and dropped out of high school after the ninth grade. He became an entertainer after getting out of the Air Force, and gained fame during the 1950s as a singer.
He hosted CBS' "The Morning Show" and in the early 1960s had belted out several hit country tunes, such as "Big Bad John" and "PT-109," a song which honored President John F. Kennedy's service in World War II.
On television, Dean rose to fame with "The Jimmy Dean Show," a variety series on ABC.
In 1969, he created the Jimmy Dean Meat Co., and his sausages eventually became a million-dollar business and a household name. He sold the company to Sara Lee in 1984.
Dean lived in semiretirement with his wife, who is a songwriter and recording artist, on their 200-acre estate just outside Richmond, where he enjoyed investing, boating and watching the sun set over the James River.






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June 14, 2010, 02:46 PM

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I wouldn't eat Jimmy Dean sausage for awhile. It's really Jimmy Dean.... No realllllly, Jimmy Dean.



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Jimmy Dean was never the Sausage King...That will always be Abe Froman.


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Jimmy Dean was never the Sausage King...That will always be Abe Froman.
That did sound familiar
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Bob Evans died not too long ago as well. All the magistrates of sausage are passing on now.


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Bob Evans died not too long ago as well. All the magistrates of sausage are passing on now.


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Let's hope those nasty so-called mystery sausages die with him!
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Here come all those haters who want to inform you what it takes to be a hero and how making a sausage and singing doesn't cut the mustard!


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the queen of sausage is still alive and well. Shout out to Ben's mom.


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the queen of sausage is still alive and well. Shout out to Ben's mom.
No, she's the sausage master. Ben himself is the "queen" of sausage.


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Dang it. Why you always correctin' me? You damn smart types!


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Bob Evans died not too long ago as well. All the magistrates of sausage are passing on now.
Damn! You know what, I didn't even make that connection!
The CEO and part owner of Parks Sausages died 3 weeks ago.




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Well there will be five more. Weiners go in packs of 8.


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Well there will be five more. Weiners go in packs of 8.
I know there is a good ben/pack/weiner/8 joke here...


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