I have not heard the name John Romeo for many years.
John Romeo was a great teacher who taught us to think and discuss after our reading assignments. No doubt one of the finest teachers and nicest guys I have ever met. His family needs to know that Mr. Romeo made a difference in the lives of many students and we are appreciative of his first class professionalism.
His passion for excellence is fondly remembered by this guy who will turn 62 in May. Yes it has been many years.. but I can still visualize that warm smile and keen intellect.
He will be missed..but never forgotten.
John Harris PJHS Class of 1971
Geri, I am so sorry to hear about John's passing. I remember him as a wonderful teacher and I know you two were very happy together. Sorry I can't be there for the funeral, but you and the family are in my thoughts and prayers.
Cousin Nancy Calvario
Dear Michael, Matthew Jr, Melissa, Mimi, Bill, Fred and I couldn't make it but we hold your dear beloved mother/best friend/grandma and all she embodied to each of you, our HEARTFELT CONDOLENCES. May Melanie Rest in Peace with her other loved ones in that Heavenly Kingdom. Our warmest embrace to all of you, Maria and Fred Dallin and Lola
I would just like to say that I am very sorry for your loss. Melanie was a wonderful lady and I will miss her. She opened up her home to me and my son when I was going through a hard time in my life and I will be forever grateful. She has given me good advice over the years and she will be missed greatly and remembered fondly and often. My prayers are always with the Benjamin family.
It is with great sadness that I read of Melanie's passing . I worked with her many years ago in St.Luke's hospital , always smiling , cracking a joke and at the same time being an outstanding nurse . My deepest sympathy to the family .
I wish to express my condolences to Frank’s family. I graduated from Pope Pius XII High School with Frank in 1964. I too served in the army during the Vietnam War. I too was a teacher. I am 68 like Frank, and have been married for 44 years. We seem to have had a lot in common. Someone, probably Alex Nagy or Dan Magee said Frank had cancer, but I thought he had recovered. I have been praying for him and all my friends, and classmates who have or have had cancer. I am so sorry to hear of his passing, but as we believe in the resurrection and the life to come, I believe he is with our Lord and Savior in heaven.
Please accept our deepest sympathies. Mrs. V was one special lady. She was such a strong and courageous woman. We were all so sad when we heard the news. Love to all of you. Linda Jerry Derek Colleen & Michael
Please accept my sincere condolences in the death of Joe.I don't remember the exact date that Joe came ambling down my driveway.I was shingling my roof,so we carried on a conversation by shouting to one another.Joe had leaned that I was involved with statue restoration at St.Mary's church and wondered if I could do some similar work for him.That was the start of friendship that lasted over the years and Joe enjoyed telling me tales of his youth.Since I was a WW11 buff,he concentrated his stories about his military career...often over a shot of bourbon on his birthday(mine was the day before his). It was a pleasure to have known Joe and I am grateful for his service to our country. Sincerely. John A.Millspaugh
We remember the son, brother, father, grandfather, great grandfather and his family at this difficult time. Joe warmed many hearts and fought alongside many brave men from different backgrounds and religious beliefs. Together in the foxholes we were all brothers and together we prayed to God in our own very special way, so that we may live to see tomorrow and never forget those that did not come home.
Respectfully and on behalf of the American Jewish War Veterans we send your family our sympathies,