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Joseph J. Friscia Obituary

Thu, 03/23/2017 - 03:29

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NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- Joseph was born on June 11, 1928 and passed away on Tuesday, September 20, 2016.

Joseph was a resident of New Rochelle, New York at the time of his passing

He was an Army Veteran.

A memorial mass will take place on Saturday morning 10:30am at Holy Family Church. The family will receive friends at 10am at the church.

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William Stone Obituary

Sat, 03/18/2017 - 14:24

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NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- William T. Stone, a resident of New Rochelle, NY passed away on September 15th. He was born on January 17, 1921 in Checotah(Jenks), Oklahoma to Oram Reid and Christine Martin. 

He was a graduate of New Rochelle H.S. and was a legendary athlete, inducted into the New Rochelle Hall of Fame (football, basketball and track). 

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The dentist who became one of the richest people in Washington - The Washington Post

Tue, 03/14/2017 - 11:49
He was a practicing dentist back in 1952 when a guest at a cocktail party asked him whether it was possible to disinfect the mouth after having a bunch of teeth pulled. Bob mulled it over on the ride home from the party. Then he started experimenting. Working late nights after work, he mixed combinations of chemicals in his “laboratory,” a five-gallon jug he kept behind a shower curtain in his bathtub. Eventually, he invented a mouthwash that kills germs and serves as an anesthetic for the throat. Chloraseptic was born — and a fortune began.

The dentist who became one of the richest people in Washington - The Washington Post

Tue, 03/14/2017 - 11:49
He was a practicing dentist back in 1952 when a guest at a cocktail party asked him whether it was possible to disinfect the mouth after having a bunch of teeth pulled. Bob mulled it over on the ride home from the party. Then he started experimenting. Working late nights after work, he mixed combinations of chemicals in his “laboratory,” a five-gallon jug he kept behind a shower curtain in his bathtub. Eventually, he invented a mouthwash that kills germs and serves as an anesthetic for the throat. Chloraseptic was born — and a fortune began.

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