New Rochelle High School Alumni

New Rochelle, New York (NY)

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In Memory Of
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Constance Farrell
Constance Farrell
Class of 1955
(Passed date unknown)
Deceased 2005
Cynthia Johnson
Cynthia Johnson
Class of 1955
(Passed date unknown)
Deceased 1996
David Halsey Young
David Halsey Young
Class of 1946
(Passed date unknown)
(no additional information)
Dawn Tischler
Dawn Tischler
Class of 1955
(Passed date unknown)
Deceased 2014
Diane Koop
Diane Koop
Class of 1955
(Passed date unknown)
Deceased 1998
Diane Koop
Diane Koop
Class of 1955
Passed Sep 13, 1998
Diane was the mother of two girls, Debra and Sharon. She left behind her husband John Lane. She was a resident of Palm Coast, Florida.
Donald Friedman
Donald Friedman
Class of 1955
(Passed date unknown)
Deceased 2011
Dorothy Fried
Dorothy Fried
Class of 1955
(Passed date unknown)
Deceased 2011
Earl Maddox
Earl Maddox
Class of 1955
(Passed date unknown)
(no additional information)
Ed Ingram
Ed Ingram
Class of 1955
(Passed date unknown)
Deceased 2009
Edward Theodore Reavis
Edward Theodore Reavis
Class of 1955
(Passed date unknown)
(no additional information)
Elenore Hoertz
Elenore Hoertz
Class of 1955
(Passed date unknown)
Deceased 2004
Elsie Immediato
Elsie Immediato
Class of 1955
(Passed date unknown)
Deceased 2002
Eric John Tutera
Eric John Tutera
Class of 1998
Passed Jun 08, 2008
1980-2008 Eric John Tutera, 28, a native and long-time resident of New Rochelle, N.Y., died in a tragic accident on June 8, 2008 in Hong Kong Harbor. Eric had recently moved to Hong Kong in his capacity as a vice president at JPMorgan Chase where he was involved in treasury and securities services. Eric was a loyal, generous and devoted son, brother, grandson, uncle and friend. He lived his shortened life to its fullest, playing and working hard with great passion. Known to those who loved him not only as Eric but as "ET", "Tut" and "Rock", he was a friend to all and touched many lives positively during his time in New Rochelle, Syracuse, New York City and Hong Kong. Eric's generosity and kindness with his family and friends extended to animals. His dog, Guinness, was his beloved companion in the U.S. and in Hong Kong. Eric was an active supporter of animal rescue groups. A member of the class of 1998 at New Rochelle High School, he competed on the Huguenots' varsity football team and the lacrosse team. A lover of the gridiron game, Eric was an avid fan of the New York football Giants. In 2002, he graduated with a BS in business administration from Syracuse University where he was a member of the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity. Eric joined JPMorgan Chase in 2006 in Manhattan, where he resided for two years. Previously he had served for four years as a financial analyst with Nine West, Inc. in White Plains. Eric is survived by his parents, John and Marlene Tutera, both natives of Portchester and longtime residents of New Rochelle, his grandmother Marge Tutera of Holiday, Florida, his sisters Megan Tutera of Jackson, N.J., Kim Martelli of New Rochelle, and Rachel Tutera of New Rochelle, his brother-in-law Massimo Martelli and nephew Lorenzo Martelli, also of New Rochelle, N.Y. The family has requested that donations in celebration of Eric Tutera's life and memory be sent to the following organizations: The Wellness Center Fund, The College of New Rochelle, 29 Castle Place, New Rochelle, NY 10805; Songcatchers, 44 Liberty Avenue, New Rochelle, NY 10801; Pet Rescue, P.O. Box 393, Larchmont, NY 10538; or New Rochelle Fund for Educational Excellence, 265 Clove Road, New Rochelle, NY 10801.
Ernest Flowers
Ernest Flowers
Class of 1955
(Passed date unknown)
Deceased 2011
Ernest Hendrie
Ernest Hendrie
Class of 1955
(Passed date unknown)
Deceased 2010
Evelyn Riccio
Evelyn Riccio
Class of 1955
(Passed date unknown)
Deceased 2013
Fred Lutze
Fred Lutze
Class of 1955
(Passed date unknown)
Deceased 2003
Frederick J. Carraturo
Frederick J. Carraturo
Class of 1964
Passed May 22, 1967
SP 4, US Army
Killed in Action, Vietnam
5/25/46-5/22/67

Remarking on the midsummer election feuds over Swift Boats and National Guard service, a popular columnist noted that the debate over the Vietnam War won't be over until the last two Boomers are dead and buried.

We wouldn't challenge that point - it's probably true - but the purpose of this page is not to venture into that swamp yet one more time, but to honor the memory of the classmate we lost on 22 May 1967 (ironically, the same day Fred Rogers brought his neighborhood to PBS), SP4 Fred Carraturo. While the little trolley made its rounds and Sgt Pepper hit the airwaves, multiple fragmentation wounds spilled our classmate's life all over the ground in an obscure place called Binh Duong in South Vietnam.

If we lost our generational innocence on 22 November 1963, Vietnam reshaped the fragments, irrespective of the individual paths we chose. New directions were set - by circumstance and response for some, by choice for others. Sure, there were the obvious ones we've heard about ad nauseam: enlist, join the Guard, go to Canada, be drafted, go to jail, etc. But there were others, too. Consider those too-early marriages: some would work out but many wouldn't. Women too young to vote flew off to places like Honolulu and Bangkok for a week of "R&R" with a man they hoped would be alive when they got there - and whom they often found wasn't the same person they remembered. Plans were made and completed. Other plans were made and crashed. Grad school for some, VA Hospital for others. For a few, there was even the option of sitting the whole thing out as a spectator, while yet others took their convictions to the street. Then there were the value judgments and invective from strangers, two decades of denial, and finally the bloody shirt waving of this past summer's conventions.

Fred, what would you make of the last 36 years? Not for us to know. You rest, forever 20, in a quiet row in Holy Sepulchre, diagonally across from PFC Walter Hammerschlag USMC, from Blessed Sacrament, as if there were a Line of Scrimmage from high school football days between you.

What we do know, no matter where we stood all those years ago, is that you carried the weight for all of us. Thank you, Classmate.

-- Jed Levine
Gail Moroso
Gail Moroso
Class of 1955
(Passed date unknown)
Deceased 2004

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