Talk of the Sound Obituary Notices
RIP To A Mr. New Rochelle - Glasglow Lee
Glasglow was the steward of the Remington Branch Boys & Girls Club.
He heard the practice and perfection of the Drum and Bugle Corps
and the internationally renowned Charles W. Dickerson Marching Band.
What remains interesting about Glasglow
that he not only greeted us at the club but applauded us
when parents were not there.
Life is an intelligence and
ethnic tree that
sometimes shades the growth of a civilization
in local and global terms.
People are shaped by people-intentions.
Though I am not a finished product I was
in my imagination by this man
and so many of his introductions.
He was a people person and he was
handsome, charismatic, wise and kind.
Many people know Sinatra and
Rose L. Zirolnik, 96, resident of New Rochelle NY for over 60 years, passed away on Saturday, August 31, 2013 in the comfort of her home surrounded by her family. She was born on May 29, 1917 in Manhattan, NY. Married to Samuel Zirolnik for 34 years, who pre-deceased her in 1975. Survived by her children, Peter, Joan, Andrew, her 4 grandchildren, and 3 great grandchildren.
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