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Hi my name is Richard Farrer class of 73

I always remember my years at Clinton 70-73, starting working full time after graduating DWC at Irving Trust Co, (Now Bank of New York)

I earned my BBA degree at Pace University 1987 (earned me degree at night school) Now living in Tampa Florida.

Enjoyed watching DWC football games went to the championship against Staten Island a few years back I belive that was 1989

Orlando Rao (Ollie) Yes I would like to go to our class reunion dinner and Yes I still have the DWC yearbook you can contact me at RichardJFarrer@yahoo.com

Anyone from my class of 73 peace to you all hope to hear from you

Regards

Richard J Farrer  class of 73

 

Signed On: November 25, 07 1:32pm
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I am looking for an old friend John F. Doherty who is a ’67 graduate.  Anyone with info please contact my e-mail.

Signed On: November 07, 07 9:34pm
Signed By : Lou Rugani Member

I’m looking for any information or photos of Edward Herzog (below, in about 1970)  who would have graduated from DWCHS in about 1922. He went on to the Pace Institute and became an accountant, and later a Hudson dealer and the world’s largest Crosley distributor and dealer (Service Motors) from Long Island, NY. Thanks in advance!

Signed On: November 07, 07 2:42pm   /   http://www.groups.yahoo.com/group/Crosley
Signed By : jorge rodriguez Member

Hola Class of 74’

I would have graduated in 73 but due to my lack of priorities in life I graduated in 74’. Spent 21 years in the US Army (retired) and currently a probation counselor at a boys ranch. Living in California and am willing to speak at a future graduation if possible too. The experiences in my life and the paths that I was able to follow enhance my goals and dreams. I was a truant and spent much time on the handball courts and with the gymnastics team. Albert Maldonaldo, Frank Ramirez were co-horts. Mentors were Old man Shwartz in English and Mr. Robinson in biology. Ther was also a teacher that taught me how to read Macbeth. He had a beard and always wore clogs. Ms. Green was our Spanish teacher. Mr. Traetta (? spell check) was the gymnastics coach. Great teachers just bad student. Thank you DeWitt C.

Signed On: November 06, 07 5:08pm
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Oct. 26, 2007

 

Dear All,

 

            How can I begin my reflection of the precious years at DWC HS from 1970 to 1974.? Well, the journey from these years has been long, but you never forget your roots.  This past year, I have been working as a consultant at a university with one of the key two or three linebackers from the notorious arch-rival Evander Childs High School.  Actually, Gary Rushin and I have been good friends, and it has been providence for many reasons why we contact each other regularly contrasting the intense rival during the Fall 1973 season when DWC tied against Evander Childs 22-22, and subsequently wound up tied for first place in the Bronx-Manhattan football division of the PSAL.  I missed Mr. Prez immensely, and discovered his passing only a couple of months ago this summer.  Mr. Prez has been gone of at least two years now.   In her book the Good High School, Sarah Lawrence Lightfoot accurately reported in her book the stature of Mr. Prez when describing his Hall of Fame Physical Education department Ė what a department of amazing talent!

 

            I looked at the Hall of Fame of attendees that enrolled in DWCHS throughout the decade of the 20th century, and am stunned that a high-school could have such an impenetrable legacy.  I missed the all-boys nature of the high-school, and hope that experiments with single-sex schools resurface in the municipality of New York.

 

            Well, my greatest human friend passed away this summer, namely my precious mom.  She was so proud of me attending and graduating DWC HS.  She was particularly proud of my involvement in football, and my focus academically notwithstanding the turbulent period in the Bronx during the early 1970s.

 

            Itís late now.  But I would like fellow Clintonians to know that my research at TC-Columbia University culminated in a sparking a recent policy change in school funding so that kids in my alma-mater would always receive the support that they deserve.  And although the City of New York may never thank me for the long years from 1997 to 2003, just being a Clinton man is thanks enough.

 

            In our Lordís wonderful grace, I close my thoughts.

 

Cheers,

Tyrone Bynoe, Ed.D., BA., MA, MS Ed, and 2nd MA

Clinton graduate í74 and Varsity QB with last season in 1973.

Signed On: October 27, 07 12:31am
Signed By : dvargas62 Member

Hello to all Alumni,

I would love to hear news on anyone close to my graduating class of 1977.  With particuliar interest to those who wrestled and played football.

This is David Vargas living in Connecticut and reminiscing about the great times at DeWitt Clinton.

I think about the great teachers and coaches all the time.  Bob Stahli, Joe Prezioso, Mr Garry, Neil Harrow, etc.

Signed On: October 18, 07 11:19am
Signed By : pr73marine Member
Looking for former Spitfire Drill Team Members Class of 1990-1991, when CMSGT Arnold was still around. Where are you at NY 821?
Signed On: October 17, 07 9:29pm
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Gus Camacho ’84 Yearbook Editor- in- Chief.....

chinitopr66@hotmail.com

Signed On: October 17, 07 8:19pm
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Class of  ’84 Yearbook Editor- in- Chief,  Gus Camacho Jr. saying hello to all my friends but especially to Luis Collazo. I’m living in Miami and have become a Funeral Director. I own and operate a family business....hope to hear from my ’84 gang..... 
Signed On: October 17, 07 8:17pm
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    Greetings to all Clintonions, My Name is Jose (Joe ) Camacho, class of 1968. Those were great years in my life and the faculty at DWC had everything to do with it.
Signed On: October 10, 07 11:23am
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