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Anthony DeVito April 9, 2014 at 10:25 pm
Dr. Edelman , was my friends father, my friend, my eye doctor. a fellow lion, a good man a manRead More always ready tp help, and give his opinion. he will be missed.
David Amran (left) takes the stage with Pete Seeger and Lorre Wyatt at the 2013 Clearwater Festival. Photo/Alison Bert
Tom Murphy January 28, 2014 at 06:42 pm
One of the many things that I always admired about Seeger is that when he was dragged before HUAC heRead More stood up for his principles. He didn't try to save his own career by naming names. His career suffered for decades because of the courage he showed protecting all of our right's to free speech and thought. When darkness and fear threatened to overtake the land Pete lit a candle and didn't go gently into the night.
Linda January 29, 2014 at 09:37 am
It is a mighty tribute to Pete Seeger that all of us know the words to "This Land is YourRead More Land". Pete gave Woodie Guthrie's song to us. Pete also gave us the Gospel song "We Shall Overcome". Another song we sing with fervor. On his banjo, there is a circle of words, "This machine surrounds hate and forces it to surrender." May we all think this way. Thank You Pete Seeger.
nanci perruna March 20, 2014 at 10:53 am
Nick Sarcone
Christopher Cavanaugh January 13, 2014 at 11:34 am
Donations in Nick's Honor can also be made to the Wounded Warrior Project, 370 7th Avenue, SuiteRead More 1802, New York, NY 10001
ED HICKEY January 15, 2014 at 11:41 pm
Rest in peace my friend! You will be missed, though your laugh and smile will live on thru many!Read More Semper Fi ... farewell marine
ED HICKEY January 15, 2014 at 10:29 am
Nick had become a very good friend that I, and I imagine so many others, thought the world of. HeRead More was a neighbor, then a good friend; we found out we were cousins, though by that time Nick was a man I would call a brother. A warm hearted man who loved to put a smile on anyone's face. he was a man of his word ... genuine ... and what he said he meant. Nick Sarcone was a loving son, husband, father, and brother; any time his wife Tara, nobody could have guessed that 28 years of marriage had gone by because he smiled as if they were newly in love. He also spoke often of his son Nick, whom it was obvious to this writer that he adored and was proud of; i do know he had other children, one of which was a daughter that he was so happy was present with him and Tara during a recent trip to the US Marine Corp. museum in D.C. i am unable to come close in doing this uniquely remarkable man justice so I will conclude by saying I knew him and I loved him! Nick, Semper Fi brother!! Farewell marine, farewell friend
Deb Carlin Polhill December 3, 2013 at 09:57 am
Deepest sympathy and heartfelt condolences to the families and friends of those who passed in thisRead More tragic event. Sending love and light toward comfort in cherished memories. May their souls soar eternally free.
Corley at Tarrytown's W@tercooler one year ago.
LP November 26, 2013 at 05:03 pm
She made everyone she met feel like an old friend. I had the pleasure socializing with her a fewRead More times at various events. She was gracious, charming, witty and just a beautiful person inside and out. She will be missed by many.
John Murray November 26, 2013 at 05:03 pm
This is very sad news. I enjoyed her morning show on The Peak. RIP, Ms Corley.
Sage on the Hudson November 20, 2013 at 06:45 pm
If Rothfuss graduated from high school in 1927, that would have made her roughly 104 at her death,Read More yet Ms Tarr apparently didn't think that was worth noting in the article (in fact, Mrs Rothfuss graduated high school in 1940, not 1927, making her a less-noteworthy 91 at her death. Check your facts, Ashley!). It also suggests that the matter of the live-in donkey was resolved, or became moot, years ago, since the article makes no mention of whether it is still living. Lastly, it might have been nice is Ms Tarr had bothered to mention that Mrs Rothfuss was the widow of the late Albert "Colonel" Rothfuss, a well-regarded and affectinately remembered teacher of mathematics at Peekskill High School.
Ashley Tarr (Editor) November 20, 2013 at 11:38 pm
Thank you for reading and for sharing all your thoughts, Sage on the Hudson. The error has beenRead More corrected.
babypotato November 20, 2013 at 11:43 pm
Sage, it must be a great feeling to have so fully mastered your own craft that you have the time toRead More go online and tell others how to do theirs. Very generous of you to provide guidance free of cost...I hope the people on your life can appreciate your nitpicking as much as we do
Photo credit: Jim McLaughlin
Deb Carlin Polhill November 8, 2013 at 08:12 am
While we have lost the physical presence of a pillar of our community, we will always be blessedRead More with the spiritual connection of Msgr. Ansbro's beautiful soul. We have loved him well and he has loved us. So very well done. A life so very well lived, to be sure. We wish him Godspeed on this, his final journey, and we know and trust his magnificent soul shall soar eternally free.