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10/17/10 07:18 AM #118    

 

Warren Markowitz (1960)

 

MY CONDOLENCES TO ALL US PEOPLE FROM THE "HOOD"  SCOBEE,WILL BE GONE,BUT GREAT TIMES AND MEMORIES WILL LINGER ON. I`M HAPPY TO HAVE BEEN A PART OF THIS TIME IN MY LIFE. lIVING IN DELRAY BEACH,FL. EVEN IF THE COULD BUILD A DUPLICATE OF SCOBEE. THE PEOPLE DOWN HERE WOULD NEVER UNDERSTAND WHAT IT REALLY STANDS FOR. I AM HAPPY TO HAVE BEEN A PART OF THE "HOOD" FROM 1953 THRU 1968 WHEN I GOT MARRIED.          RIP SCOBEE, THE HOOD LIVES ON 


10/18/10 02:08 PM #119    

David Reiter (1961)

GOT THIS EMAIL FROM MY FRIEND MAX JAROLEM (1960)
 
 
Rumor has been going around that Scobee's Diner will be closing next month.   Since I live nearby, I took my wife there for lunch today to find out if this piece of our life history will be disappearing like Fra Diavalo's.
 
 
We ate lunch at the table of longtime waitress and friend Debbie who has worked at Scobee's over ten years.  According to her, and later the cashier, rumors of there closing are not true.  Business is off a bit due to the recession, but the place is still packing them in even on a weekday.  I would think Debbie would know if anyone there knows.   I hope she's right.

DAVE REITER


10/18/10 07:19 PM #120    

Joyce Leah Burton (1968)

I wanted to share with you that my father passed away 10/10/10 . Many of you may remember him as a cubscout leader, or credit union organizor . His mane was Ronald Warren Francis Burton.


10/18/10 09:21 PM #121    

Steven Gordon (1962)

Joyce,

Sorry to hear about your dad, my condolences on your lose.

Steve G.


11/16/10 11:44 PM #122    

 

Albert Chapman (1969)

 

      Dear Classmates,

          Does anyone remember if Mr.Hollander

       taught both social studies and english or

       just social studies.?

 

                                                                      Albert Chapman

 


11/23/10 07:48 AM #123    

Judy Kondor (Nathanson) (1967)

Looks like Scobbe is closing  after all

http://littleneck.patch.com/articles/scobee-diner-to-close

 


12/22/10 12:53 AM #124    

 

Gerry Tanzer (Kulz) (1969)

My mom passed away 12/14/10 age 86. She was a Beech Hills original 1952-1988


01/01/11 11:19 AM #125    

Robin Levine (1969)

Dear Gerry, I'm so sorry to hear of your mom's loss. I remember her well. You lived around the corner from my cousins, the Katchens, (they were a bit younger) on 61st Ave. May you and the family find strength in the comfort of memories. Robin Levine


01/08/11 06:38 AM #126    

 

Warren Markowitz (1960)

CHOW CHOW CUP A MOTHERS NIGHTMARE.  ON MY BLOCK IN DEEPDALE 60TH. AVE. THE CHOW CHOW CUP SOUNDED WHILE THE KIDS WERE STILL OUTSIDE PLAYING. NATURALLY WE ARE READY FOR AND EGGROLL, A LITTLE FRIED RICE AND OF COURSE THE ENTREE. WAITING ON LINE WITH THE GANG. I HEAR A TUMULT,HERE COMES ALL THE PARENTS RUNNING OUT TO INTERCED,AS THEY WERE IN THE MIST OF MAKING A BRISKET. NEXT TIME WE WILL WAIT FOR THE CHOW CHOW CUP ON 61ST AVE. WERE THERE IS A WAY. CARRY ON


01/08/11 08:11 PM #127    

Marcia Stark (Zarett) (1964)

For Jerry Tanzer-I am a member of the notorious Stark family. Herman and Nat were your court neighbors. My cousins  are Howard,Robert etx....I went to school with your younger brother and recal your parents-Fun loving ,larger than life people. I believe you were a twin???I was friendly with your direct neighbor Adrienne "O"  -as well as many others in your court. -Bonnie Cohen etc. So sorry to hear of your moms passing-We just recently lost my mother-in law @ 85. My husband was from a neighborhood similar to ours in Bell Park-I went to Martin Van Buren because all my cousins had gone there! I had lived right up the street @ 245th place....We always came down for your court BBQ'S They were the best!. My grandmother Ester lived directly across the street from your court and used to sit on the benches . I also knew the Berman family -saw Sheila last December when I visited...we reside in Atlanta.


05/27/11 03:37 AM #128    

 

Albert Chapman (1969)

 

     

        On this coming Memorial Day I hope that all of you

      take a few moments to thank the veterans and those 

      still on active duty who are giving freely of themselves 

      to defend our country, our families and our way of life.

        Many of our classmates and teachers have served us 

      well, proudly and honorably as members of the armed 

      forces of the United States. 

        Mr.Rubin and Mr.Sobel are just two of the fine examples 

      of people who not only served in the military but later came

      to give of themselves to educate us so that we could be the

      outstanding members of our communities like they are.

         So before you go off to that cook out or baseball game,

       please take a few moments to give thanks to not only our

       veterans and those still  defending us from terrorism but the

       families of those brave men and women who none of this

       would be possible.!

 

              

                                                                               Respectfully,

                                                                              Albert Chapman

        

              


11/22/11 09:58 AM #129    

Ken Lubin (1965)

with a very heavy heart i must tell you marty kula passed away last night. he was  a alumni and a great person. he will be missed.


11/23/11 08:52 AM #130    

Ellen Flack (Ernest-Jones) (1966)

In memory of Marty Kula, let it be said:  He made us laugh. He loved us well.  You shall forever remain in our hearts with love, in our minds with a smile.  With overwhelming sadness, from your first two loves, the BFFs, Robin (Levenhar) Pearson and Ellen (Flack) Ernest-Jones


03/12/12 12:56 PM #131    

 

Dawn Kopman (Whidden) (1968)

http://robertateller-dianaglassman.blogspot.com/

PLEASE CHECK OUT ROBERTA TELLER'S BLOG

A personal story of CYBER BULLYING AND HARRASSMENT AND HOW THEY WISH TO FIGHT IT.

 

 


07/28/12 08:49 AM #132    

 

Dawn Kopman (Whidden) (1968)

https://www.youtube.com/BIuGCB5EVYc


07/12/14 09:28 AM #133    

Andrew Kraus (1962)

Lost an old dear friend - Stephen Zachary, Class of '62, passed away on Thursday, 7/10/14 after a long and gallant struggle with MS. For those of us who knew him, he was truly one of a kind. Rest in peace.

Andy Kraus


12/27/14 08:57 AM #134    

Marlene Goldstein (Bluestein) (1964)

Hello,

I seem to remember a classmate owning a B and B or hotel on Cape Cod.  I will be visiting there this summer. Any information would be greatly appreciated.  

Happy 2015 to all!   Marlene Goldstein Bluestein 


12/28/14 10:39 AM #135    

Maryann Felice (1969)

Happy New Year To All!

Any word on a Reunion This year?

xoxo

Maryann Felice


12/28/14 02:34 PM #136    

Ken Traugot (1964)

Hi Marlene

I owned a B&B on Cape Cod for 20 years, but sold it a year ago. If you are planning a trip to the cape I recommend the Liberty Hill Inn or Brewster by the Sea.

I now live about an hour north of Cape Cod in Scituate, another seaside community just outside Boston.

Enjoy your visit to the Cape!

Ken Traugot


02/27/17 02:38 PM #137    

 

Mickey Grab (1966)

Once again, since the 2017 reunion has been cancelled, Im trying to put a mini reunion together at PS 187 in either May or June, 2017, whichever is most convenient.  Once there, we can decide where we would like to go for dinner, coctails, dancing. So far, it looks like its going to be me, Pee Wee, Robert Miller, June Rachelson. Dave Reiter and Mark Schwartz are maybe's.  Contact me thru AOL at MikeGrab@aol.com or this web site if interested.

Mickey Grab


02/28/17 05:28 PM #138    

Marvin Soskil (1966)

If I'm in town, I would love to attend


03/05/17 10:03 AM #139    

 

Mickey Grab (1966)

UPDATE, The mini reunion has been reduced to 2 days, Fri and Sat, Sunday was posing problems for many.OK Kids, Its been decided! the 2017 BEECH HILLS-DEEPDALE mini reunion will be held the weekend of JUNE 9, & 10 (Fri - Sat) each day from 12 noon - 2pm at the PS187 School yard. We will be there both days at that time, to connect with as many classmates as possible. Once there, we can decide where to go and what to do. (Bowling at Sterling lanes is out) I think Saturday will be the most POPULAR day, but you never know (Hint: think Neil Fieland). ALL are welcome, If you live in the area, stop by one of those days just to say hello. This is a very low key, informal event, which should be alot of fun.. 

  Mickey

 


03/06/17 09:06 AM #140    

Karyl Freed (Krugley) (1966)

Nice idea Mickey- should be able to be there......


03/07/17 02:04 PM #141    

Donna Shapiro (Tilson) (1965)

Donna Shapiro Tilson  would like to attend the mini reunion, Friday only.


03/07/17 02:09 PM #142    

 

Mickey Grab (1966)

Great Donna. See you there Friday!

 

Mickey


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