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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.

Those of us that played ball with this incredible athlete, ate breakfast every morning with him (don't take his fries!

) when the football team went to Ellie's, or enjoyed his big smile in the hallway, will always remember this special person.

Always a ladies man, he flirted with her the whole time. Bruce owned a small motor bike and let my friend take it for a ride. For years, his friends borrowed and stole from his "routines".

I remember her fashion sense as being "eclectic" and she was definitely a woman before her time. Elaine Perry is my cousin thru my father (Lenny Kohn). Perry, please keep an eye on the rest of us and say hello to Nana for me.He was a long time postal worker and had stayed in the area his whole life. Joe Marasco Cliff was my best friend and partner in life. He had a great love for Rockaway and those who ever had encounters with him will remember funny fond memories.He worked at Peninsula Hospital, he played stickball and street hockey, went bike riding every summer nite while we were dating, loved the roller coasters at Rockaway Playland and Coney Island (especially with his hands up!), and thought we should have all our names etched on the Cross Bay/Marine Park bridges as we paid for them many times over! Sheri Jacobs Langer He bought me a turtle and I called it Bartsie. Susan Friedman Brownstein Michael was the first person I remember when I moved to Rockaway in the fall of 1963. Seemed to greet each new day (we met on the coffee line in the bagel store on many a morning! Joel Hamberger Today, March 14th, is the 11th anniversary of Mike's passing.His mother knit him beautiful sweaters, so I started to knit one for him but only finished half. I was placed into a 6th grade classroom in September. Lenore Behar Mankof I got to know Mike only a few years before he passed away. I think of him every day....because I have a photograph on my wall reminding me of the great days we had together as friends. And today I've been recollecting more then usual about those times we had together. Their "Brother in the Struggle" Andy Krosnick This is a very belated post for Michael.

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