Levittown Memorial High School - In Memory
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Robert was married to Elaine Salkeld, they had five daughters at the time of his death.
Judy (Loftus) Moore passed away 11/20/08 as a result of cancer. She was 58 and is survived by her husband Larry and three young adult children, Max, Alex, and Sara Lea. Her time with uis was too short.
Dave Loftus, brother
we have lost a great person
(January 7, 2010)
I will never forget you. "Sealed with a Kiss"
You are missed every day
--Edward Cordes Cordes
--Lt. Glenn Wilkinson
(September 11, 2001)
On Spetember 11, 2001 you answered the call and gave your life attempting to save the lives of others at the World Trade Center. You are a true hero, God rest your soul and may he always be with your earthly family.
monk, you were the Willie Mays and the earl Monroe in sports in L.M.H.S. Off the field you were The Elvis, may you rest in peace for you left us too soon.
(March 7, 1993)
Gary For making us laugh we will never forget you. You gave your life protecting others as a police officer for that you are a hero and we are sorry.
she was a great friend and everyone loved her rip we love you!
You were definitely 1 of a kind! Fearless, Funny, Crazy, and Loyal to your friends and family. Your name comes up in many funny and crazy stories often. You are a legend and will never be forgotten.
(August 6, 2009)
We all love you and will miss our you sweet Robin!
Never a day has passed without thinking of you.
rip my friend
--Gene (Gino) Gelormino
I could be wrong on his "class year" - you can google gino gelormino... i will always miss him.
may be gone but never will be forgotten
Still miss you dearly ...
thanks jimmy you were a big part of our class hope your playing the bass in heaven, God bless
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