Rest in Peace, Andy Griffith: The Earth Has Lost a Good Man
In addition to his two most famous shows (and their subsequent iterations in spin-offs and television movies), Griffith made a few films (most famously A Face in the Crowd and No Time for Sergeants) and he recorded a few albums, mostly old-timey numbers because that's the way Andy Griffith was: Old school. He was also perfectly cast one of my favorite films of all time, Waitress, and everything about that role reminded me of what a pleasure it was to grow up watching him on television.
Maybe his biggest legacy, however, was in the way the man touched people, the lasting impression he left on friends like Don Knotts and the influence he had on Ron Howard. Not for nothing, but for latchkey kids growing up in the 80s and 90s, he not only provided a moral compass, he also provided something of a second home: A comfortable, familiar, and gentle place that came in and left with a whistle.
Earth has lost a good man, folks, but the afterlife has gained a treasure. Rest in Peace, Andy Griffith.