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In Memory

Tony Miccia

Tony Miccia


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03/25/10 09:33 PM #1    

Carrie Gallagher (Astorino)

Hot cha-cha-cha! One of his favorite sayings.

03/31/10 10:58 PM #2    

Tom Evans

don't know what to say. Sad to hear he's gone. Great athelete. Good guy. Knew Tony grades 6-12. I expected to see a dozen posts here.

04/02/10 05:51 AM #3    

William Charles Greeson

Tony was a great guy - met him (can't recall - 5th or 6th grade in Dublin). Fantastic athlete, very ethical, amazing green eyes (like his sister). I heard he was a conscientious objector during 'Nam, but was in medical service in some capacity - not sure if accurate. Hard to believe he's not with us any more, and sad.

04/09/10 01:57 PM #4    

Kenneth Remedios

Tony, I remember when we were 11 years old and hiking & exploring through fields with vegetation higher than our heads, and racing at full speed down Davona Drive on our bikes (I was terrified but you had a grin on your face), and going to the fair trying to win junk, and tossing the football around, and later playing on our championship soccer team. You were fearless...with a glint in your eye...always looking for adventure. You were a great athlete, but I also remember that you aspired to be a writer (I thought very much in the vein of a Jack London). We lost touch...and a lifetime went by. I feel privileged to have known you and will always call you my friend. --Kenny

04/11/10 05:36 PM #5    

Michael Gene Hashagen

I am very saddened to find Tony in our memorial section.
Tony and I had many goodtime's together.I recall going into San Francisco to see I think Quicksilver Mesanger
Service he loved that band.Down at The ocean beach concert hall.
After getting there my memory fades quite a bit he and I
liked to indulge in the popular, lets just say ,indulgents at that time. Probaly 70/71.We also did a lot more normal eveyday things together too, mostly like chasing girls.But I wont be the one to kiss and tell.
Yess Tony, Im sadened to know I wont hear your side of the story's.I'll look forward to hear other's tale's about you.

Your friend Mike............

PS. I posted a picture of him he attended mary and I's
wedding we found a picture of him.

04/13/10 02:24 PM #6    

Kelly Walters

I was very sorry to see Tony's name in this section. I first met Tony in the 7th grade but haven't seen him since graduation night. Tony was always fun to be around,
was very "cool", and was an excellent athlete (very fast).

04/23/10 08:07 PM #7    

Richard Thomas Barron

I knew tony for many many years. All I can say about him good or bad is that he marched to the beat of his own drummer. I think you really had to know tony to understand. I will miss him.      

05/02/10 12:05 PM #8    

Tony (Anthony David) Alvarez

 I knew Tony for many years, even prior to high school as others here have posted. And, as others, lost touch afterwards, though I heard bits and pieces of news along the way. I was very sorry to hear of Tony's passing and at the alarming number of other classmates as well. It looks like some of us will be attending the reunion and perhaps we can hoist a toast in Tony's and the others' memories? Speaking of memories, I remember Tony being a solid fullback on the soccer team; not real skilled, but he made up for it with great speed, a cannon for a leg, and fearlessness. I also remember a mischievious glint in his eye that I hope he never lost.

05/12/10 01:58 AM #9    

Rex Toltschin

Tony - A great and nice guy, to everyone .. we had some interesting conversations.  Insightful - Aware - and a great person. 

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