Sunday, November 04, 2018

From Irwin Solow:

Hi Vince, thanks for thinking of me. I'm still kicking and living in Brooklyn. I've been seeing a woman for the last 4 years, so that keeps me busy. Technically the only thing I do is play with my iPhone. Thanksgiving will be a big shindig I got my grandkids coming in from California and my daughter and her husband from Florida.

Tuesday, October 30, 2018

From Vince Torti

I had lunch with Bruce and Irene Schiller and Dennis Belk recently - it was Les Moonves Pennsylvania farewell party. Bruce is still there - he wants to work till he's 70. I keep telling him there been a guarantee on lifespan since Moses, but he says he still likes being around all the new fangled things at work.
, Have you heard from Irwin or Tony lately ? Back in May, a group of us got together in Bernardsville ( Mary Lou/Ken, Bruce/Irene, Choi and myself ) and Choi persuaded Joe Symanski to come. He's now 86 but looked almost the same as the day he retired(  although somewhat tanner ). It seems that the old Control group is now octogenarian - perhaps Bruce is right- who'll be the first centenarian?

Friday, March 16, 2018

Frank Marth Obit

Obituary of Frank Marth
Frank Marth of Florida, NY a retired technician for CBS, entered into rest on Wednesday, March 7, 2018. He was 91. 
The son of the late Ernest Marth & Marie Deutsch, he was born on November 22, 1926 in Coplay, PA. 
He was a WWII Navy Veteran and an active member of the Nicholas P. Lesando American Legion Post 214, Warwick, NY. 
Survivors include his wife, Virginia Rauh Marth; daughter, Susan Gaynor & husband Leonard Tirelli; son, Christopher Marth; son, Stephen Marth & wife Sonya; 4 grandchildren, Maryssa Gaynor, Christopher Marth, Stephanie Marth & Jennifer Stein; 3 great grandchildren; sister, Theresa Dominick; and several nieces and nephews.
He was predeceased by sister, Mary Wolfer. 
Visitation will be held on Tuesday, March 13th from 4-8PM at T.S. Purta Funeral Home, 22 Glenmere Avenue, Florida, NY 10921. American Legion services will be held 4:15PM at the funeral home.

Monday, February 19, 2018

Burkhardt


HAPPY NEWS

I am now recovering very well from my third Heart Procedure   No 1 was a stent placement in 2002, No 2 was a triple bypass in 2004, and on Jan 19 had a TAVR procedure (aortic valve replacement).  Downside is that we cancelled a cruise scheduled tor early next month.  however, should be in fine fettle for next cruise either later this year of early next year.   Will go to a micro-luncheon with Cliff Rice after our winter residents return to their non-subtropical home sites. If y'all have any other happy news please submit it to our website.   Also, my visual impairment has been stable for quite a few years and that the VA has introduced me to a lot of nice Visual Aids (toys to assist the little forward vision that remains).  Jackie is also doing well, still full of P&V, allows me to play boss once in  a while.  Please note that the once in a while are growing much further apart.  Lastly, congratulations to our 11 yo grandson who took GOLD in California JOAD competition for his age group. He also finished  4th in either national or inter-national competition, never got the story straight.  JOAD is Junior Olympic Archery Development.

Later
Les Burkhardt  

Sunday, January 28, 2018

Pasculli's Passing


Sad News
 
I received a phone call from Gene Pasculli's son.
He informed me that Gene passed away, yesterday Jan. 27, 2018.  He was being treated for pneumonia while staying at his daughter's home in Arizona.  I have no other particulars at this time.  His body will be brought back to Middle Village in Queens. 

Ted P.

Saturday, January 20, 2018

Current e-lists


The latest e-lists of Retiree address/phone/etc. information is now available. For those who want or need a copy, please request one from either Ted Perzeszty  or David Minott.

My name is Frances Arlene Palecek.  My brother Steve passed away on 12/26/17.  Hope this gets to his CBS friends.

David