Posted on: May 12, 2022 at 1:33 AM
Posted on: May 07, 2022 at 1:33 AM
As a 4th grade nine year old Steve came to the Red Sox Minor Little League baseball team . We'd already practiced pre-season a few times before coach Mr. Pironie brought Steve to the practice diamond at the old (Navy Base) Freedom School. I remember asking coach if he (Steve) "was any good ?". Coach gave me a look that demanded an attitude adjustment but said nothing . It turned out that Steve became probably the best player on the Red Sox that year. Rest in peace Mr. Mine.
I'm sorry to hear this! I've haven't seen him since high school, but got to say my hello's at the reunion. We had Drivers Ed and typing classes together, stupid classes I know, and we always made it a competition. My sincere condolences to the family!
Posted on: Apr 19, 2022 at 6:08 AM
Hi Gloria , Harriet and I live in Texas City near Galveston Tx
Ron was a very good person, one whose presence benefited anyone who knew him, especially in our formative/Morayears. I was fortunate to be one of many who, within our collective memories, will remember him as a shining star. RIP Benich.
Jerry, Paula and Nadine were all 3 very good people and fellow students at Mora. While time has eroded memory, Jerry (and girls) will be remembered, by those with whom he associated, in a very well rounded and positive light. God bless you Jerry.