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It's JERRY CATHCART's birthday today.
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It's MARTY HLAWATI's birthday today.
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It's NEIL STEINBERG's birthday today.
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It's WILLIAM FEIER's birthday today.
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Hey Scott! Hope to see you at the reunion!! I have had a very ruff year as my husband passed away last June! Please come and bring the old gang with you!! All the Best Barbara

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NEIL STEINBERG has left an In Memory comment for FARRIS ABDALLAH.
Jan 28, 2017 at 1:33 PM

I lived a few blocks from S&Ms and Farris and I were friends in kindergarten and the first few grades at Fairwood. I remember, during the Six Day War in 1967, he and I joking about being an Arab and a Jew and friends. We used to play in his room above the store. We fell out of touch in later years, but I always thought fondly on him, and his parents. So long ago now...

Jun 25, 2015 at 11:15 PM
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DAVE KRAUS has left an In Memory comment for PAUL A MARCINIAK.
May 30, 2015 at 9:33 PM

Yeah, I had to have my daughter use her Facebook to see it also.
Unfortunatley I won't be able to attend but I may place a call to the "Man" during the festivities to speak to some of you guys.smiley

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NEIL STEINBERG has left an In Memory comment for PAUL A MARCINIAK.
Jan 31, 2015 at 9:33 AM

I was friends with Paul in Fairwood School. It was so long ago, all I remember is him and ... Rusty Perry coming over to sleep in the Shed -- really a tight, two story A frame building my father built in the backyard, with a storage area on the first floor and a ladder that went, via a secret hatch, into a clubhouse on the second. I remember staying up late, and candy was involved, and the three of us explored the neighborhood at night. There was something thrilling in being 12 and being out in the middle of the night, in the empty subdivision, and your parents not knowing. We went to junior high and drifted apart. But I always remember that sleepover, and when I'd pass Paul in the hall, we'd say hey to each other, since we were pals.

 

I'm sorry to hear about his passing, and my condelensces to all who knew and loved him.