Doris Kearns Goodwin recalls final hours of Lewis Katz ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Matt Rourke/AP Former President Bill Clinton (right) and former Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell at the memorial service for Lewis Katz. Michael Bryant/Philadelphia News Bill Clinton said the first time he met Katz was with former Governor Ed Rendell and they “had me play Nerf basketball in the Oval Office... I lost." Matt Rourke/AP Drew Katz spoke about his late father at the service. “My father prepared me for everything in life except for this,” he said. Matt Rourke/AP Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett (right) listened as Drew Katz spoke. Michael Bryant/Philadelphia News Doris Kearns Goodwin (right) listened as Drew Katz talked about his father's long relationship with her. Matt Rourke/AP A video was played on a big screen during the service. Matt Rourke/AP “You will never be a distant memory,” Lewis Katz's daughter Melissa Silver vowed. Matt Rourke/AP Bill Cosby recounted how Katz grew up poor in Camden, N.J., and how much he had given back to the city, including two Boys and Girls Clubs. Matt Rourke/AP US Senator Cory Booker said Lewis Katz had given him much good advice, including not to think he was special just because he won a Senate seat. David Maialetti/ Philadelphia News Red Sox outfielder Shane Victorino shared a moment with Drew Katz after the memorial service.