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On Teacher-Conference Days, a large group of us would wear bathing suits under our clothes and walk to Beach 25th St. The year we were in 7th grade, (we only did two years JHS), I was caught by a wave and pulled out. Finally, I felt a hand on my hair, pulling me up and out. At first I was afraid my mother was going to kill me for forgetting the dreaded bathing cap; but, to this day I have never worn one again.That is when the nostaglia hits me, and Cossie becomes a very strong memory, once again.
Recently my children were looking at my year book and laughing at our "big hair and style of dressing," when I glanced at what Dawn had written in it: "... Perry was one of the friendliest people I have ever met. He has left behind his wife Kathy, son Michael, daughters Kelly, Jana and Liza, and two grandchildren. He had long hair; flannel shirt; levi's; work boots; chain smoking a cigarette, and he made me laugh.
Bruce went through some difficult times, but even at his worst moments, he would give you the shirt off his back, and maybe the pants too, if that would make you laugh. Stewart Fox, 1972 I can still see Bruce the first time I met him. No matter what the occasion, Bruce had us laughing.
He was always a good friend, ready to listen and I always knew I would walk away smiling.
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.
I saw him a few days before his death and have never forgotten him. Michael Eisen '73 Growing up in the Arverne/Edgemere projects was simply a thrill.