This page is for those who won’t be able to attend this reunion, or any others. We are saddened to learn that you are gone, and remember the good times. We hope you’ll save us a spot, wherever you have gone.
[All: If you have more info for this page, please share it in a comment below, or email me: David@ZipcodeZoo.com I want to add info, memories, obituaries, newspaper clippings, and other things in the honor of our good friends.]
Lawrence Barnett ( – 1965)
Kathleen (Kathy) Bryson ( – 1996)
Doris Bullock (? – ?)
Louis Capobianco (? – ?)
John Jones told me about 25 years ago that he had stayed in touch with Louis Capobianco and he had passed away back then. I have never confirmed this. — Dwight Denton.
GeneologyBank.com has two death records for Louis Capobianco — one in Connecticut, one in Florida, both died in 2001.
Anna Caputo (1944-2000)
Anna was one of our classmates from 7th grade through 11th. Her family left Brooklyn to settle in Bohemia. Compared to Brooklyn, Bohemia couldn’t have been more different. We remember Anna’s sweet personality and friendliness as she tried to settle in as a ‘country kid’. She left SHS in our junior year. Eventually she and her family moved to Stuart,Florida. She succumbed to cancer in 2000. — Judith Leipold
Meredith Charpentier (1945-2003)
September 29, 2003. Children’s book editor Meredith Charpentier died at her home on September 21 after a long illness. She was 58. Charpentier began her publishing career at HarperCollins in the contracts department and in her more than 30 years in publishing went on to hold executive positions at Frederick Warne, Four Winds Press and Morrow Junior Books. Most recently, she was executive editor at HarperCollins Children’s Books, where she edited the 2003 Newbery Honor title Surviving the Applewhites.
GeneologyBank.com has a death record for Meredith J. Charpentier, born June 11, 1945 and died Sunday September 21, 2003 at the age of 58 in New York.
James DeNitto (1945-2011)
GeneologyBank.com has a death record for James Denitto born August 22, 1945 and died Thursday, September 8, 2011 at the age of 66 in “Poughkeepsie; Arlington” New York
Keith Drescher (1945 – 2012)
Keith dated Patricia Cuttler Hilton during our sophomore, junior, and senior years. They later married. Keith died May 14, 2012.
Christine Elias ( – 1969)
Linda Haug Elfast tells us that Christine died in an auto accident in 1969.
Jeanne Formosa Morganegg (?-?)
Joyce L. Fousek-Garner (1945-2012)
Joyce L. Fousek-Garner passed away September 2012 at her home in Trenton. Born in New York City, Joyce moved to New Jersey in 1969. She was a chef at Whole Foods for the past 10 years. She was an avid artist, fisher, member of a local girls book “wine” club and a dear friend to many. Those she leaves behind will cherish her as a woman who, with a glance, could change the room as soon as she entered it, a woman whose character was built on an unwavering openness and honesty, and a woman who could always make you laugh, be it at her or at yourself. Mother of the late Raymond Guterl, she is survived by her husband, Marvin J. Garner, four sons, Jerry, Michael, Chuck, and Andrew Guterl; three grandchildren, Nicole, Caroline and Gavin Guterl; one sister and brother-in-law, Marie and Phil Beller; two nieces, Leah and Meghan Beller; her mother-in-law, Dora Garner; and two brothers-in-law and three sisters-in-law and their families. Memorial contributions may be made to The Lustgarten Foundation (for Pancreatic Cancer Research, 1111 Stewart Avenue, Bethpage, NY 11714.
Published in The Times, Trenton, on September 12, 2012.
Hamilton Gross (1945-1998)
According to GGeneologyBank.com, Hamilton died Sunday, June 7, 1998 at the age of 52 in Patchogue.
John Jones ( – 2008)
Died in a motorcycle accident in Flagler Beach, Fl. in November 2008.
James Kaan (1945-2008)
According to Rich Westerbeke, Warren died in 1999, perhaps in an accident.
Frank Nemith (? – ?)
James Pamlanye (? – ?)
Jim died “years ago” — K. G. Smith.
My wife and I enjoyed going to Reese’s 1900 Pub ( excellent food ) for dinner on Friday nights quite often up until about 6 months ago. We do not go there as often now. Occasionally we would meet Mr Fuller there with his wife. ( Just a chance meeting, not for dinner with them) Last nite Lynn and I went there for dinner with our youngest son. When we arrived we had to wait in the bar area for a table to clear. Seated at the bar was an elderly gentleman ( he was older than me ) who appeared to have been there for a long time. Out of the blue he asked me if I was an old timer as far as coming to the bar. I informed him that we have been going there for about 8 years. Without any hesitation he asked me if I knew Jim Pamlanye. I was not sure if he really was talking about our J.P. He went on to talk about him getting hurt playing ball and becoming a scout for Baltimore. He leaned forward and said “you know Jim was a waiter here many years ago”. With that his age or the drink or both got the best of him and the conversation no longer made sense. I asked the waitress and the bartender who he was and all they knew was that he has been a regular on that stool for years, and did not have any idea who he was. The 3 of us are still trying to figure out what it meant and why a perfect stranger would ask me if I knew J.P., who passed away years ago. In his mind for that brief period Jim Pamlanye was a very important person to him for some reason.
— Dwight Denton
Vincent Platia (1945-1972)
According to GeneologyBank.com, Vincent Platia died in March, 1972 at the age of 26. Pat Cutler says that he backed into an airplane at Islip Airport.
Armando Rosado (1945-2012)
Armando “Andy” Rosado Port Huron Armando “Andy” Rosado, 67, of Port Huron, died Tuesday, August 21, 2012. He was born March 5, 1945 in Bayamon, Puerto Rico. He married Lois Randolph July 1, 1967 in Detroit. Armando attended grade school in Brooklyn, New York and graduated from Sayville High School in Ronkonkoma, Long Island, New York. Following graduation he enlisted in the United States Air Force and served in Vietnam from 1964 -1965. Armando ” Andy” served at Selfridge AFB, now Air National Guard Base, from 1965 – 1979 and was commissioned as an officer in 1976. He earned his BA degree in Business Administration from Lake Superior State University in 1990. Andy served in active duty at Phelps-Collins ANG Training Site in Alpena from 1979 – 1993. He retired with the rank of Lieutenant Colonel. Andy and Lois founded the Alpena Christian Church in 1983 which is still active today. He was always willing to devote his time and talents to the church. Andy was an avid Detroit Lions and Tigers fan but had no greater joy than his grandchildren. Andy suffered a debilitating stroke in 2003, yet still maintained a positive attitude. He was an inspiration to all who know him. He is survived by his wife, Lois; two daughters, Diane Rosado and Julie (Rich) Spicer; his son, Anthony (Stephanie) Rosado; five grandchildren, Andrew, Kalina, Nathan and Megan Spicer and Emma Rosado; his brother, Edwin (Aurora) Rosado; sister, Evelyn Soto; and several nieces and nephews.
Martha Roe (1945 – ?)
Nancy Salatino (? – ?)
According to Kathy Wheeler Manikas, Nancy died several years ago from cancer.
Marjorie Tangle (1945-2009)
According to GeneologyBank.com, Marjorie Tangle died September 3, 2009 in Sayville at the age of 64.