Brian Abbott

Neil Abelson
Richard Ashwick
David Benson
Arnold Berliner
Richard Bernstein... Walter Blacharski
June Bressler
Margo Campbell
Joanne Ceriello
Ray Christian...
Joseph Corradetti
Robert Cotsonas
Anthony Cummings
Edward Curran
Grace Dell'Ollio
Neil DellaRatta...
Anthony DiPrima
Barbara Domurat
Leonard Duchnowski...
Diane DuPage
Patricia Engert
Henry Epstein
Anita Feldman
Stephen Feldman
William Feuerbach
Carol Figaro
Constance First
Robert Frankfort
Neal Galione
Alan Gardner
Elaine Garland
Gilbert George
Robert Gilbert...
Barbara Gilberty
Peter Goldman
Marion Goodman
Martha Graves...
Marlene Greenblatt
Bjorg Gudjonsson
Mark Hackmeyer
Barbara Hagen
Arthur Herrick
Charles Hofmann
Barbara Hoole

Alice Jacoby



Then is now. Now is then. It is Feb 24, 2007. It is April 15, 1955. Bobby and Mike are at Mike`s house in Sarasota. Bobby and Mike try out for Roslyn`s baseball team. The list of who made the team is posted in the corridor of the school. Mike becomes right fielder, Bobby warms the bench. Both youngsters are enabled to meet new friends (we are new to Roslyn) and both youngsters have the privilege of being guided by Mr. Pollitt.
It is 9:00PM in Sarasota. Gina has been kind enough to tell us an hour earlier that Mr. Pollitt now lives in Sarasota. Mike grab that phone book. We got it, here`s the address. Get your hat, take the map, let`s go. The streets wind around, the mail box numbers, for us, are hard to see..... this is it, the lights are on. Mike, you knock on the door. Please be well, please be able, please be home.
         A lady opens the door and peers out. Can I help you? We were students of Mr. Pollitt 50 years ago. With no hesitation, after motioning to someone in the room, would you like to come in?
We look at the gentleman. He moves briskly even in night clothes and bathrobe his strength is apparent. Still we cannot affirm until the twinkling blue eyes gaze upon us.
         It is Feb. 26, 2007 as we type this. The elation is still with us. In 2 hours the bridges of the three lives are crossed, intertwined and recalled. Mr. Pollitt, Coach Pollitt, is magnificent. He recounts his sports anecdotes with a self-deprecating humor, brings back Roslyn High memories for Mike and I to to taste and savor forever. He looks directly at us and asks each of us about ourselves. He listens, laughs, comments and cares.
         The door opens. Embraces but no good-byes.
         The knock on the door, the opening of the door, the pure joy of it all.

Mike Stoller and Bobby Frankfort

Shelton James
Dyan Jones
Frank Kelly
Darnell Kennedy

William Kirsch
Susan Knobler
Merike Komendant
Linda Kramer

Raymond Lasmanis
James LeMieux
Elizabeth Lindsey
Heather MacLean

Richard McGucken
Gail McVay
Janice Meinz
June Mertz
Virginia Minieri
Robert Mogull

Donald Monsour
Sandra Moskow
Joyce Moskowitz

Patricia Mullan
Arthur (Neitlich) Whitelaw
Nancy Nesbit
Ann Osvald
Ronald Perry
Marie Rizzo
Lois Rosenfeld...
Linda Rosevear
Robert Rusie
Linda Russell
Vincent Sasso
Enid (Denise) Schneider

Nina Schulman

Barbara Schweiger
Leslie Schweiloch

Maryann Scro
Neil Seid
Edward Sendlenski
Pat Sendlenski
Lynda Sheldon

Marianne Sherwood
Kathryn Smith
Elaine Snowden
Dorothy Soffer
Leo Staszak...
Michael Stoller
Rose Marie Strauch
Cynthia Sucharski
Natalie Szaro
Michael Thompson
Charles Tischler
William Travis
Barbara Truance
Gordon Tyson
Emil Varrichio
Quina Vettel
Frederick Vissicchio
Marilyn Wakschal
Richard Weinstein

Stephanie White...
Eileen Wilkinson
Joel Wineman
Loretta Wisnewski
Frederic Wyle
Marjorie Zash
Charles Zawolik

Regina Zmorzynski
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Gina, Bill, Patsy & Dave
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