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(June 19, 2007)

Ronnie Yurinko, a friend from the junior class.

SOUTH PLAINFIELD -- Ronald Yurinko, 67, died suddenly Tuesday in South Plainfield. Born in Plainfield, Ron was a lifelong resident of South Plainfield. In 1958, he enlisted in the U.S. Army and served until 1962. He was a recipient of the Good Conduct Medal and his specialty was a sentry dog handler.

 

Six years after joining the South Plainfield Police Department, Ronnie was promoted to sergeant and two years later, in 1972, he received an award from the Exchange Club of the Greater Plainfields for his perseverance in police work. He was a member of the South Plainfield PBA Local 100, the Tactical Unit, and served as the department's firearms instructor and armorer.

 

A member of the Narcotic Enforcement Officers Association, he was also recognized as an instructor for the Police Training Commission.

 

An avid hunter and fisherman, Ron belonged to various hunting clubs throughout New Jersey and eastern Pennsylvania, where he was given the nickname "Ronbo."

 

Barbara Lerner Luker

Dick Dower

Joe Hoffman

Roy Crosby

5.17.10

Many more happy flights, dear friend.Roy died peacefully in his sleep at home in Waller, TX. He was a pilot and a partner in an aircraft repair operation with a retired Delta Airlines Captain. In addition to his brothers Ray & Bruce and sister Bernice, he is survived by a daughter Kelley Marie Crosby-McNeely,a grandson, Conner Dale, and a granddaughter, Morgan Elizabeth.

Pat Orrico Conroy

February, 25, 2011

 

Cherished in Our Hearts YTTF.

Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow, Forever.

John Joseph Buczek, Jr., age 73, of Gatlinburg, died peacefully in his sleep at the family home on April 15, 2012. He was a drummer for many years of his life and an avid softball player. He loved watching baseball and football. He also loved the Great Smoky Mountains.

Survivors: wife of 48 years, Patricia Buczek; daughter and son-in-law, Patricia Buczek Sanchez and husband, Richard; son and daughter-in-law, Tony and Joy Buczek; brother, William (Bill) Buczek; 8 loving grandchildren, who were the light of his life; and two nieces.

IN CELEBRATION

OF THE LIVES OF OLD FRIENDS

WHO ARE NO LONGER WITH US.

 

May they rest in sweet peace,

and may our list remain short.

 

Barbara Lerner Luker

 

Harold Kipp

 

Dick Dower

 

Joe Hoffman

 

John Buck

 

Carl (Buddy) Naegele

 

Nancy Santy Senia

(class of '58)

 

Ronnie Yurinko

(class of '58)

 

David Apgar

 

Pat Orrico Conroy

 

Roy Crosby

 

Joe Donaruma

 

Buddy Naegele

 

Marian Friedman Conselina

 

Albert Dale McBride (Muggs)

 

John Buczek

BELOVED TEACHERS
AND MENTORS

WHO ARE NO LONGER

WITH US

 

Mr. Carbonetti

 

Mr. Frank Jost

Phys. Ed.

 

Miss Doris Cerwin

 

Mr. George Fallis

 

Ms. Hazel Trembly

 

Ms. Helen Sinclair|

Our "Emma" Journalism

 

Coach Anthony Cotoia

as of Nov. 26, 200

 

Mr. Harry Lobby,

Biology

May 11, 2010 83 yrs.

"Coach Cotoia"

Anthony Cotoia

Nov. 26, 2009

Dear Friends,

With great sadness, I want to tell you that our dad, Anthony Cotoia, passed away yesterday, November 26, 2009. Dad had some health problems in the last six months which escalated rapidly since September. Although it is impossible to contemplate life without dad, we are comforted that he is at peace and at rest with mom.

Margaret & Patty Cotoia

John Buck

Harold Kipp

Carl (Buddy) Naegele

8.11.05

Joe Donaruma

Mar. 25, 1939-

May 7, 2010

Thanks, Joe, for Sunday dinners at your house & for teaching me how to drive a stick shift!

Marian Friedman Conselina- 2011

Muggs was a friend to so many, and my confidante for years until he left us. We loved you, you good and crazy man!

Muggsie

Albert Dale McBride

 

Marilyn and Bob (Skip) Colburn
at our 50th Reunion.

After 46 years of marriage, Skip lost his beloved Marilyn on Sept. 2, 2012.

Dear Skip, we grieve with you.

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