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I absolutely could not imagine anyone minding a remembrance to Cosmo. We have finally thawed out and the water is flowing again. I live on the shores of a small lake in upstate NY.To those of us fortunate enough to have been close to him, the hole he left will never be filled. You were one of my first boyfriends when I moved to Belle Harbor.You took me to your senior prom at the Copa Cabana in NYC and gave me a beautiful opal necklace, which I still have. When you left for college and you met a new girlfriend, I was heartbroken. Cindy Mickey passed away on the Memorial Day weekend in 1995, four years ago, at age 48.
We drove across the country together to move to California with Jerry Sadin, and all three of us lived here when he died.
I hadn't seen or spoken to Bruce in many years but was and still am very close to his cousin Amy so somehow, I always felt close to Bruce.
I will always remember him with a smile Sharon (Stein) States, FRHS 1972 I was pleased to see that Lance had been remembered.
You see, many of you only recall the High School times, but for me, it started at PS 105 and earlier. The most responsible "irresponsible" person of his time. Joe Marasco Steve was the best friend I had in Rockaway. Although it has been over 15 years since I last saw him, I still think of him often and will carry his memory in my heart forever. Denice Vogel Although for the life of me I don't recall ever meeting Steve, I do remember his sister Rochelle and her husband Andy Lask very well.
Incredible athlete, scholar student, funny person without a chip on his shoulder and something went wrong. Barbara Sundack Charlie was the Best Man at our wedding. Please accept my best wishes, Rochelle, and send my regards to Andy and his brother Scott. Lang I should have written this years ago but had done too much "eulogizing" for a while. Lang I remember riding on the handlebars of my brother's bike heading up to play Skeeball on 35th Street, then to the Bump-a-cars where I later ended up working.
When her shining star dimmed so suddenly at the age of 25 I was devastated because she was simply my friend and I had much love for her. I first met him in 1981 when I went to California to stay with my Aunt Ileane & Uncle Larry Sultan. Later that night, it was as though I had known him my whole life. Love always, Nancy Kohn I remember meeting Bruce in the late 60's when we were still teenagers.